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Give a Hug Day - March 5

“Give-a-Hug Day” stems from young brain tumour survivor Sebastian Yanquelevech’s concerns that his mother would feel upset during his second brain surgery, which happens to be on March 5. First reported by the Toronto Star on February 22, 2015, the 8-year-old didn’t want his mom to be alone while he undergoes the operation, and together they came up with the idea to ask for people to give hugs on the same day.

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Amber was one of the very first people to register for Spring Sprint 2015. She lives in Calgary and is participating in memory of her...

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A Daughter’s Dream for the Future

Like many little girls, when Stephanie Armstrong was a child, she dreamed of her wedding day. Now that this day is approaching however,...

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