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istock_000009538910xsmallUpcoming Events

This section includes information on upcoming events you might be interested in. Please note that we will regularly update this section of our website – so be sure to check back again soon!

– The PCN Team



  • Prevent Cancer Now Annual General Meeting
    (September 22, 2016, 8pm Eastern Time)

Do you have a passion for cancer prevention? Email us for meeting details, and to nominate yourself or another outstanding individual to volunteer for the Prevent Cancer Now Board of Directors. Prevent Cancer Now seeks Directors who would like to work with and support leaders in primary cancer prevention, including experts in environmental health science and policy. These include:

  • Youth
  • Representatives from the coasts; and
  • Applicants with expertise in
    • Science, medicine, environmental health or law,
    • Writing, communications and social networking,
    • Secretary or Treasurer roles,
    • Event organization,
    • Fundraising, and
    • Laughing, loving and a passion for least-toxic living.

To be eligible, individuals must be 18 years of age or older and be members of Prevent Cancer Now at the time of election (fill in the form here). Nominees should submit a short statement of interest, a brief biography relevant to the nomination and a CV, via email.

Members of the Board of Directors are required to prepare for and to attend a monthly meeting of approximately 1.5h duration. The Board commits to PCN direction and ongoing activities, in a collaborative, supportive environment. Directors are required to maintain liasons with nominating groups, constituencies, and related experts. Proficiency in English is required; proficiency in French or other languages would be an asset. Board members may be nominated by others or themselves. Nominees require a short statement of interest, a brief biography relevant to the nomination and a CV, submitted via an email to info@preventcancernow.ca.


  • STINK! — The movie the chemical industry doesn’t want you to see…
    Digital Release: Online now!

“Stink!” opens with a foul smell and a pair of kids pajamas. And a single father trying to find out what that smell could possibly be. But instead of getting a straight answer, director Jon Whelan stumbles on an even bigger issue in America, which is that some products on our store shelves are not safe — by design.

The movie takes you on a journey from the retailer to the laboratory, through corporate boardrooms, down back alleys, and into the halls of Congress — exposing the darkest secrets of the chemical industry. You won’t like what you smell.

For more information, visit: www.StinkMovie.com


  • Occupational & Environmental Cancer: Recognition and Prevention
    Online Now / Free

Many Canadians encounter carcinogens in their workplace or environment. Sometimes this exposure will cause cancer. Recognition of cancer from occupational or environmental causes is difficult because, in most cases, these cancers cannot be distinguished from other cancers. This course teaches primary health care providers how to recognize occupational and environmental cancers and how to respond to this finding. Insights are provided into how the recognition of occupational and environmental cancer risks can lead to prevention. Case studies will highlight key points and allow participants to apply lessons learned.

To register or for more information click here.