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National Picture Project

Share your cancer story through photography

The Universities of Ottawa, Saskatchewan, and New Brunswick, and the Saint Elizabeth First Nations, Inuit and Métis (FNIM) Program are collaborating on a new study to explore women’s experiences of cancer. Funding for this project has been provided by the Canadian Cancer Society. The goal of the project is to gather and disseminate knowledge of cancer survivorship from the perspectives of Aboriginal women in diverse Canadian communities to establish a strong foundation for culturally responsive programs.

Want to participate? Find more information here.

 

Writing Reflectively with Breast Cancer

Workshops to develop a Creative Workshop program for women with breast cancer

We are looking for women who would like to help develop a creative writing program for women who have had breast cancer. We are offering workshops  developed with professional writer, Gail Taylor, who has worked with women facing many challenges.  The workshops will be held in Ottawa.

Want to participate? Find more information here.

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