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Bladder Cancer Awareness Walk 2017
Aug 28, 2017

 The 2017 Bladder Cancer Awareness Walk is fast approaching, and we would appreciate your support. The 5km walk will be held once again at Erindale Park in Mississauga, on September 23, 2017 and registration starts at 9am. If you are unable to attend please show your support by helping us to raise funds.


How YOU can help!

  • Join us at the event - The 5km walk will include complementary food, bandanas, music, games for the children and good company. We invite you to bring your pets (on a leash) children, family and friends. Register or learn more here Event Home Page
  • Join our Team - Team McRae Imaging, please visit OurTeam Page and follow the instructions. You will be provided with the tools to promote your own profile so that you can share it with your family and friends and begin fundraising.
  • Donation - Our goal is to raise $25,000. If you are unable to start your own donations page and you would like to make a donation, you can do so by visiting this link.
  • Volunteer - We are looking for volunteers to assist with set up, take down, registration, fill out forms, hand out bandanas, drinks and food. Please contact the team leader for further details.
  • Promote the event - Help us spread the word! Please feel free to share our various social media (Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and LinkedIn) event announcements with your family and friends. 
McRae's Accessible Customer Service Plan
Jul 13, 2017

  McRae's Accessible Customer Service Plan is now available here:

mcrae-imaging.com/why-mcrae-imaging/accessible-customer-service-plan.html

Introducing our new VIVID fabric
Apr 05, 2017

We know you will be as excited as we are, especially when you see how it prints.  We are thrilled to introduce our new backlit fabric, Vivid.  This new-to-market fabric is cutting-edge; and in addition, Vivid is lightweight and wrinkle resistant, meaning it can be folded without worry  while simultaneously reducing your shipping costs.  Vivid also has just enough stretch, making your installations easier than ever before giving you the perfect image right when you need it.

When installed in McRae Orion Lightboxes, Vivid will magnificently reproduce your images. 

Please contact your customer service representative for your sample.

Bladder Cancer Canada Awareness Walk
Aug 15, 2016

This year 8,300 Canadians will be diagnosed with bladder cancer. It’s the 5th most common cancer in Canada – yet many Canadians have never heard of it and research into the disease is almost non-existent.

We are working hard to change that.

On September 24th, 2016 Bladder Cancer Canada will host the 7th Annual Bladder Cancer Canada Awareness Walk. The first ever Mississauga 5K walk takes place at Erindale Park in Mississauga at Dundas Street West, east of Mississauga Rd. Registration begins at 9:00 am and the walk kicks off at 10 am.

Last year’s Awareness Walk raised approximately $500,000 nationwide, with funds going towards Bladder Cancer Canada’s mission to help patients and their support teams to address the day-to day issues of this disease, increase awareness of bladder cancer among the general public and medical community, and also fund research into the diagnosis, treatment and elimination of bladder cancer.

While not widely known, bladder cancer is a critical issue for Canadians. Here are the facts:

· Bladder is the 5th most common cancer in Canada.

· The number of occurrences is actually higher than recorded, because some provinces do not keep statistics on carcinoma “insitu” bladder cancer ( CIS04), a high-grade cancerous lesion.

· Bladder cancer is the most expensive cancer to treat on a per-patient basis, because of a 6—70% recurrence rate.

· Bladder cancer treatments have not experienced any significant breakthroughs. The same diagnosis and treatment methods have been used for decades. Almost 25% of the funds raised by Bladder Cancer Canada go towards funding research into blacker cancer, including the founding of the Canadian Bladder Cancer Information System (CBCIS).

It’s time to change the situation for the estimated 80,000 Canadians with bladder cancer.

Getting involved in the fight against bladder cancer is simple – starting today, men women and children can register to join a walk in their area at www.bccwalk.ca. There is no cost to join, and participants receive an event t-shirt. For those wishing to pledge support, donations are currently being accepted online at https://goo.gl/U7mBMg. Whether on their own or as part of a team, Canadians will once again join together the September 24th and bring bladder cancer out of the shadows to raise awareness and disease.

About Bladder Cancer Canada

Founded in 2009 by bladder cancer survivors, Bladder Cancer Canada is a nationally-registered Canadian charity. Supported by a Medical Advisory Board and a Medical Research Board consisting of the top bladder cancer specialists across Canada, Bladder Cancer Canada aims to help bladder cancer patients and their support teams address the day-to-day issues of this disease, increase awareness among the general public and medical community and fund research into the diagnosis, treatment and elimination of the disease.

Since the inception of the Bladder Cancer Canada Awareness Walk in 2010, participants have raised hundreds of thousands of dollars, with events now taking place in cities across the country. For more information, please visit www.BladderCancerCanada.org. Bladder Cancer Canada is a registered charity #836126060 RR0001.

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