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Light The Night 2018 !

Light The Night is a celebration for some, a time of cherished memories and reflection for others, and a night of hope and healing for all.

We cannot thank you enough for all that you have done to support the LLSC and the Light the Night Walk. It is honestly thanks to people like you that we are able to move the needle on research and better support our patients and their families.

Together, we have raised MORE THAN $1,292,000 which is record-breaking amount for all walks ever in CANADA!

We want to thank you from the bottom of our hearts for supporting the blood cancer community.

Thanks to your support, advances in life-changing research will receive funding. Advances like CAR-T immunotherapy; a treatment that is bringing hope to those in despair.

Thank you for walking with us. 

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Joe Cacchione Facetime John Marcovecchio
Light the Night Survivor Ceremony
Light the Night Walk 2018 cheque presentation
Nadine Renaud-Tinker & Emilio B. Imbriglio

LOCAL HONOURED HERO

LUKE

My journey began back in 2010, shortly after my eighteenth birthday, as I started to develop a sore throat. However, this sore throat persisted for weeks, which was very unusual, so I decided to go to my family…

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LOCAL HONOURED HERO

LUKE

My journey began back in 2010, shortly after my eighteenth birthday, as I started to develop a sore throat. However, this sore throat persisted for weeks, which was very unusual, so I decided to go to my family…

READ THIS STORY

LOCAL HONOURED HERO

LUKE

My journey began back in 2010, shortly after my eighteenth birthday, as I started to develop a sore throat. However, this sore throat persisted for weeks, which was very unusual, so I decided to go to my family…

READ THIS STORY
138,000

canadians are living
with or in remission
from a blood cancer

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