EDMONTON, AB, October 15, 2009 — From the day the Edmonton Oilers joined the NHL in 1979, the organization recognized the deep connection the city had to its team and vice versa.
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As always, funds raised will benefit Big Brothers Big Sisters of Calgary and Area, Big Brothers Big Sisters of Edmonton and Area, Children’s Cottage Society of Calgary and Kids Kottage of Edmonton.
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“Your Support is Worth So Much”
Baby Sarika’s parents found out she had a “broken heart” when she was still in the womb.
100% of net proceeds support heart and stroke research. With 1 in 3 Canadian deaths attributed to heart disease and stroke your help makes a lot of dreams come true.
“Caring for You, Innovating for the World”. London Health Sciences Centre (LHSC) has been in the forefront of medicine in Canada for over 130 years and offers the broadest range of specialized clinical services in Ontario.
Saint John Regional Hospital Foundation
Saint John Regional Hospital is New Brunswick’s largest healthcare facility and provides advanced services for patients from across the province in 23 areas of medical and surgical specialization including:
Atlantic Canada’s only Microsurgery Centre
Atlantic Canada’s only PET/CT the most advanced cancer detection technology in the world
New Brunswick’s only accredited Tertiary Trauma Centre
Neurosurgery New Brunswick’s only Skull Based Surgery Program
Atlantic Sleep Disorder Centre
New Brunswick Heart Centre Foundation
The New Brunswick Heart Centre is the province’s only advanced cardiac care centre and has:
Three cardiac catheterization laboratories
Two operating theatres
Leading edge research and education
700 surgeries per year
The New Brunswick Heart Centre is a concentration of heart specialists with one of Canada’s best records of treatment outcomes.
Every ticket sold for the 2009 QEII Home Lottery helps fund the purchase of new, much-needed patient care technology and systems support equipment.
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Susan McLean Woodburn, a Canadian artist, is grateful every day for the skill and humanity of the staff at The Princess Margaret.
Past support has helped the Canadian Cancer Society fund valuable cancer research that is saving lives. Ticket purchasers get great odds of winning outstanding prizes, AND the support keeps their researchers working in laboratories and hospitals across the province and across Canada, bringing them ever closer to new breakthroughs in cancer prevention, early diagnosis, treatment and cures.