Author: kcc

Luca’s story: a young life interrupted by brain cancer

When Amber’s youngest son Michael asked, “When will I get my cancer Mom?” she knew their household was anything but normal. Michael was only two when his big brother Luca was diagnosed with brain cancer. Michael didn’t know anything else; he figured everyone got cancer and his time was coming. Their older sister Natalia was […]


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Meet Jack and his family

“Kids Cancer Care is the smile you haven’t seen on your child’s face for a while. Their worries melt away and you get to see that happy smile again.” — Kaila Jack and his twin brother Adam had just celebrated their first birthday. They were busy little guys, following in the footsteps of their big […]


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I have more to say

“If I die, really make sure, like make sure I’m not sleeping. If I go into a coffin to bury me, put a straw down just in case they made a mistake and I’m still alive. Or put a string down with a bell.” — Natasha.

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Congratulations to the scholarship recipients of 2023!

This June we have the absolute pleasure of awarding 12 young adults scholarships to support them in furthering their educational journeys, and we have the pleasure of sharing these students with you. The Derek Wandzura Memorial Scholarship was named in memory of a charming little boy who, with his smile and engaging personality, would hold […]


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Prankster Briony’s Unrelenting Joy

Briony was a vibrant, red-headed 16-year-old, who loved practical jokes and pushing people’s buttons. In July 2006, just after moving to Calgary, she started showing signs that something wasn’t right. She was dizzy all the time and was having mood swings, which wasn’t like her. An emergency MRI would forever change her life. She was […]


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