Did you know ... 14 Canadian women die from breast cancer every day!

We believe that raising awareness for breast cancer is vital. 
Breast Cancer Society of Canada community pop-up kiosks are held in various communities across Canada. Our intention is to connect at local shopping centres and community events to share information about ground-breaking breast cancer research and breast health.
You’ll see our Breast Cancer Society of Canada tables and signs at selected centres. Weather permitting, our teams can be found both indoors and outside.

Look for us in retail locations across Canada.


What are my risk factors?

  • Being aged 50 or older.
  • Dense breast tissue.
  • Having a mother or sister with breast cancer; especially before the age of 50.
  • Not having children or being more then 30 years old when a first child is born.
  • Starting menstruation before 12 years of age.
  • Late menopause.
  • What can I do?

  • Limit alcohol intake.
  • Don’t smoke.
  • Control your weight, particularly after menopause.
  • Breast feed – the longer you breast feed the greater the protection.
  • Get plenty of exercise. 60 minutes of moderate physical activity is recommended daily.
  • Talk to your doctor about alternatives for hormone therapy.