A Message from CancerCare Manitoba

CancerCare Manitoba is the provincially mandated cancer agency and we provide clinical services to both children and adults. Read the latest message from our President and CEO.


Anti-hormone Therapy Group Information Session

March 24, 2023 2:31 PM

Thursday mornings 10:00 a.m. to noon via MS Teams Learn about: The important role of anti-hormone therapy. Different types of anti-hormone therapy. Common side effects. ... read more...

Mobile Mammography Clinic Schedule

March 2, 2023 4:33 PM

The Mobile Mammography Clinic will visit the following locations in March: Selkirk Eveline Street Clinic 66 Eveline Street Feb 13 - Mar 23, 2023 Portage la Prairie Portage District General ... read more...

Upcoming Patient Webinar: Brain Tumour

February 24, 2023 10:42 AM

Brain Tumour: Patient and Family Information and Support Webinar Join our Brain Tumour webinar session on Thursday, March 2 from 3:00 - 4:30 p.m. ... read more...

Watch our Patient and Family Conference Videos

February 16, 2023 3:00 PM

Now you can watch videos from Living with Cancer: A Patient and Family Conference. Hear from our keynote presenter Catherine Wreford, cancer warrior and winner of Amazing Race Canada. ... read more...

Supporting Patients and their Families.
The Navigator Newsletter

CancerCare Manitoba provides a variety of support groups and services to assist patients and their families through their cancer journey. Take a look at our monthly newsletter for details.

Research & Education.

The goal of the Research Institute at CancerCare Manitoba is to have a positive impact on the lives of cancer patients. The Research Institute at CCMB, in partnership with the University of Manitoba was unveiled in 2015 with an expanded mandate covering all aspects of cancer and blood disorder research.

Where You Can Find Us.

CancerCare Manitoba offers services in a variety of locations all across the province of Manitoba.Take a look at our locations page for detailed information on specific sites.

CancerCare Manitoba Foundation

All funds donated to CancerCare Manitoba Foundation remain in Manitoba. These funds support CancerCare Manitoba's internationally recognized team of health professionals who provide outstanding care for patients and their families.

The Foundation’s mission, in partnership with donors, is to support CancerCare Manitoba’s strategic priorities. This year is the Foundation’s 20th anniversary, a significant milestone marking two decades of investment and progress.

Thanks to the generosity of many donors, CancerCare Manitoba Foundation has been able to grant more than $151 million since 2000. This support to CancerCare Manitoba profoundly impacts patient outcomes.

Donors have made a Canadian first possible

Donor generosity is enabling Manitoba to be a national leader. Thanks to your incredible investment, prostate cancer patients have access to leading-edge radiation treatments here at home. Your steadfast commitment is helping cure men living with this disease. Men like John Unger.

We encourage you to to watch how your donations have impacted John.

Your support of local research saves lives

Cancer has been a part of Peggy Miller’s life for nearly thirteen years. She is living proof the research you contribute to at CancerCare Manitoba changes lives for the better. Your generosity makes research and trials possible in our province.

We encourage you to to watch how you're supporting research at CancerCare Manitoba.

Challenge for Life 2023

Make an active change for Manitobans touched by cancer in the Challenge for Life!

Join us at Assiniboine Park on June 3 with the 20k Walk or 5k Walk,
or participate virtually from May 27-June 3. You will change lives.

Register now at challengeforlife.ca

Spring Newsletter

We love to share the stories of those whose dedication to fundraising has benefitted.

In our March newsletter, learn more about how CancerCare Manitoba's dedication to improving patient care has benefitted Alan and Ted. Allan couldn't believe he only needed two radiation appointments to treat his lung cancer while Ted is eternally grateful to still have his speech after receiving a rare tongue cancer diagnosis.

Click here to read the March newsletter.