Communications and Public Affairs

CancerCare Manitoba ensures news about our programs, services and events reach our patients, staff, partners and the general public.

Media inquiries should be directed to Communications to arrange interviews. Our researchers, physicians and other staff are extremely busy, we can facilitate your access to a specialist or spokesperson.

Media visits to CCMB must be arranged in advance, and need to be coordinated by Communications. Any media with access to CCMB's facilities must protect the privacy, care and comfort of patients, their families, staff and volunteers.

Please contact us to request a copy or authorization for use of the CancerCare Manitoba logo.

Contact Us:

Communications and Public Affairs  
675 McDermot Ave
Winnipeg, MB R3E OV9
Phone: 204-330-6575
Communications.PublicAffairs@cancercare.mb.ca

News and Announcements

Please take a moment to read about advancements in our delivery of care such as new initiatives, program improvements and research progress.

Clinician Scientists at CCMR Participate in Challenge for Life

July 14, 2021 10:56 AM

Each year, many CCMB staff participate in CancerCare Manitoba Foundation’s Challenge for Life. Today, we share Dr. Versha Banerji's story. Dr. ... read more...

New Treatment for Rare Cancer

July 9, 2021 10:48 AM

Hear from Dr. Shantanu Banerji and Monique, a patient, in this video, produced for the Real Patients Speak series on CTV's Health & Family program. read more...

Update to Patients Regarding Companions

July 8, 2021 3:15 PM

As pandemic restrictions begin to slowly loosen in our province, visits to personal care homes and to patients in hospital are being allowed within certain parameters. ... read more...

July/August Mobile Mammography Clinic Schedule

July 7, 2021 2:11 PM

The Mobile Mammography Clinic will visit the following locations in July and August: Minnedosa Minnedosa Health Centre, 334-1st Street SW Monday, July 12 – Thursday, July 15 Carman Public Health ... read more...

Practical ways we are striving for equity for Indigenous people with cancer during the pandemic

June 30, 2021 2:17 PM

The global pandemic has created significant strain on the health care system. It has also worsened the levels of health disparities and inequities First Nations, Métis, and Inuit people, as well ... read more...