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Mt. Kilimanjaro – Week 7 Recap: Fatigue and Relaxation

Fatigue

When you’re going full speed ahead, it’s hard to remember to slow down, stop, and just enjoy what’s around you. The constant go-go-go can take a toll on your mind and body, which in turn can cause bigger issues down the road.   520 more words

Week 4 Recap: Yoga & Thanks

Yoga

Generally I hit the gym 4-5 times a week and focus on my weight training and cardio. I’ve never attempted to attend a yoga class. 615 more words

YAC Saskatoon Cooks up a Great First Fundraiser

This March 17, Saskatoon was shining pink, as the city enjoyed delicious baked-goods while creating a milestone for the Canadian Breast Cancer Foundation’s Youth Advisory Council- Saskatoon. 107 more words

Youth Advisory Council

Week 2 Recap: The Groove & Fundraising

Getting Back Into The Groove

This past week was more about getting back into the groove. Hitting the gym and training on an almost daily basis is tough when you have other commitments (family, friends, work, etc.) lined up. 430 more words

Week 1 Recap: The First Steps - The Team & The Flight

Kilimanjaro Climb Team

We currently have 15 participants: 11 females and 4 males! Majority of our participants reside in the Toronto area, although we do have a climber out in British Columbia and one out in Australia! 512 more words

Elizabeth Hurley in Toronto to Promote #BCAStrength Campaign

October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month and in some way or another, cancer has touched us all. Back in October 2014, British actress Elizabeth Hurley was in Toronto, Ontario to meet with employees of Estee Lauder to advocate breast cancer awareness. 45 more words

Why Run for the Cure?

I had the honour to join my husband and his work colleagues to Run for the Cure in Victoria, BC, Canada.   Here’s a quick review together with photographs to celebrate our day.  745 more words