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Cancer Research Society raises a record amount through its annual Classic
Cycling and golfing for cancer research: A winning combination!

Montreal, August 19, 2016 – Golfers and cyclists raised $210,000 at yesterday’s 23rd Annual Cyclo-Golf Classic to benefit the Cancer Research Society, presented by McKesson Canada and Scotiabank. This event was held at the Elm Ridge Country Club, Ile Bizard, Quebec.


"We need more research as it is critical if we are going to improve the ways we prevent, detect and treat the disease," explains Board member Mike Bouchard, who is cycling in honour of his mother who had breast cancer.

In this year’s Classic, the Cancer Research Society introduced a cycling component, which allowed it to gather a record 200 golfers and cyclists. Every dollar raised will go to finance innovative cancer research projects across Canada.

Research funded by the Cancer Research Society is making a difference. In 2016, the Cancer Research Society is supporting 174 research initiatives of which 79 are new projects, including four grants for its “Next Generation of Scientists” program, for a total investment of $15.2 million. This will allow our researchers to advance scientific knowledge, generate new discoveries that will help prevent cancer, raise survival rates and enhance quality of life.

Andy Chabot, President and CEO of the Cancer Research Society, thanks the event partners for their outstanding collaboration. “I have been a part of this organization for more than 9 years and I am pleased to count on the invaluable support of sponsors, donors and participants.”

Partners of the Cyclo-Golf Classic include (in alphabetical order): Air France Delta, Apotex, Ascension Vélo, BMO Bank of Montreal, Contact Amérique Carlson Wagonlit, Desjardins, Dunton Rainville, Équipement Boni, KLM, Maison Ishii, McKesson Canada, Molson Coors, Pharmaprix, Scotiabank, Sobeys, Telus, Teva, and Vinipassion.

Since its inception in 1994, the Classic has raised more than $2.5 million for cancer research.

On the picture. Front (left to right) : Martine David (Alithya), Benoît Roberge (Dunton Rainville, Avocats), Camille Flipot (Dunton Rainville, Avocats), Peter Clair (Scotiabank), Paula Keays (McKesson Canada), Éric Bouchard (Pharmaprix), Domenic Pilla (Cancer Research Society), Andy Chabot (Cancer Research Society). Behind (left to right) : Philippe P. Huneault (Bank & Clients PLC), Nathalie Giroux (Cancer Research Society), Mike G. Bouchard (Cheverny Capital), Marc H. Brillon (Investissements Clanical), Jacques Dufault (McKesson Canada). Missing : Stéphane Boisvenue (Desjardins), Alain Champagne (formerly with McKesson Canada), Anthony De Cotiis (TELUS), Mario Desautels (formerly with Scotiabank), and Heidi Lange (Lange Consulting). 

Pictures : Mélissa Vincelli

 Presenting Partners
Cycling Course Partner
Honorary Patron Cycling Jersey Partner
Dunton Rainville
 BBQ Lunch Partner
 Corporate Gift Partner
Diamond Partners
BNO - Bank of Montreal
Ascension Vélo Mechanical Workshop Partner
    Équipement Boni
Goods and Services Partners
Ascension Vélo
Molson Coors