World’s Longest Hockey Game Jr’s. Results and More!

Cure Cancer Foundation
News Bulletin
February 22, 2024

World's Longest Hockey Game Jr's. Results

Photo Credit: Mandy Kostiuk

The inaugural World's Longest Hockey Game Jr's. ended on January 28th after a lengthy 72-hour long game. Team Hope and Team Cure gathered in celebration, as they had raised $391,951 to support childhood cancer clinical trials through the University of Alberta.


The Cure Cancer Foundation thanks the players, volunteers, donors, sponsors, parents, and supporters who made this event possible!

Stream Flo 50/50 Cancer Fundraiser!

Here is your chance to win big while supporting a great cause!


Stream-Flo Industries has partnered with the Alberta Cancer Foundation for a new fundraising initiative.


Until midnight on February 28th, you can purchase 50/50 tickets. Half of the proceeds will directly benefit the fundraiser, while the other half could land in your pocket.

Funds raised will go directly toward the purchase and installation of a state-of-the-art MR-Sim radiotherapy device. This innovative equipment will significantly enhance cancer diagnostics by:

  • providing imaging with up to 60% higher resolution and improved soft tissue definition


  • and improved treatment accuracy that minimizes the risk of damaging healthy cells

Brian Anstice Awarded the Queen Elizabeth II’s Platinum Jubilee Medal

We extend our heartfelt congratulations to Brian Anstice, affectionately known as “Coach Brian” in the community, for being awarded the prestigious Queen Elizabeth II’s Platinum Jubilee Medal.


Despite facing a challenging battle with Multiple Myeloma, undergoing chemotherapy, a stem cell transplant, and many other uncomfortable medications and treatments, Brian has been a huge figure in the cancer fundraising community.

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