Cops for Cancer

Donations to Cops For Cancer totalled more than $1,000 after a one-day fundraiser at the Save-On-Foods store on Fraser Highway at 264th Street on Saturday, July 10. Donations were accepted by Aux. Const. Liz Gilbert (left), paramedic John Esau (centre), and Aux. Const. Amy Kelly (right). (Dan Ferguson/Langley Advance Times)

VIDEO: One-day donation drive in Aldergrove nets $1,000 to fight childhood cancers

Cops For Cancer Tour de Valley team preparing for five-day September ride

 

Before the pandemic, the Cops for Cancer Tour de Valley team gathered in White Rock. Dozens of officers are fundraising now for the annual event. (White Rock RCMP Twitter photo)

Aldergrove fundraiser benefits Maple Ridge camp for kids with cancer

Rider Amy Kelly is working with a local gourmet perogie maker

 

Bree Jordan, seen here with her husband Steve and son Levi, is hoping to have cancer treatments in the U.S. The Range in Langley has joined the campaign and will donate all drop-in fees on March 18th. (GoFundMe)

Langley gun range holds fundraiser to help mom battling cancer

Word has gone out to law enforcement agencies in the Lower Mainland

 

Officers from Delta to the Fraser Valley did a five-day “virtual” Cops for Cancer Tour de Valley ride Sept. 21-25, as they couldn’t go into schools during the cancer fundraiser. (Cops for Cancer/Special to the Langley Advance Times)

Tour de Valley raises $260K for kids with cancer despite COVID hurdles

The officers spent five days riding last week

Officers from Delta to the Fraser Valley did a five-day “virtual” Cops for Cancer Tour de Valley ride Sept. 21-25, as they couldn’t go into schools during the cancer fundraiser. (Cops for Cancer/Special to the Langley Advance Times)
Nicholas Marshall shared a few pictures of the stunning scenery he saw during his fundraising trek this week on the Coquihalla Summit. (GoFundMe Screengrab)

Langley hiker scales Coquihalla Summit for sick kids

Nicholas Marshall tackled mult-day hike to raise money for Cops for Cancer 2020

Nicholas Marshall shared a few pictures of the stunning scenery he saw during his fundraising trek this week on the Coquihalla Summit. (GoFundMe Screengrab)
Morgan Nixon is ready to ride, and is training hard along with two dozen team mates for the Canadian Cancer Society’s Cops for Cancer Tour de Valley this year. (Matthew Claxton/Langley Advance Times)

Langley City corrections officer rides for cancer cure

Even in the midst of the pandemic, the Cops for Cancer Tour de Valley will go on

Morgan Nixon is ready to ride, and is training hard along with two dozen team mates for the Canadian Cancer Society’s Cops for Cancer Tour de Valley this year. (Matthew Claxton/Langley Advance Times)
Cops for Cancer’s Tour de Valley team visiting Langley. (Langley Advance Times files)

Cops for Cancer hoping tour still on as spring fundraising suspended

Tour de Valley riders from the Fraser Valley are waiting for the all-clear

Cops for Cancer’s Tour de Valley team visiting Langley. (Langley Advance Times files)
Parent Dana Bishop waxed Alice Brown Elementary principal Michael Carlyle’s legs as Langley RCMP Cpl. Craig van Herk looked on Wednesday. (Matthew Claxton/Langley Advance Times)

Langley principal waxes legs in honour of students cancer fundraising

Alice Brown Elementary students hit a new school record

Parent Dana Bishop waxed Alice Brown Elementary principal Michael Carlyle’s legs as Langley RCMP Cpl. Craig van Herk looked on Wednesday. (Matthew Claxton/Langley Advance Times)
VIDEO: Cops for Cancer “Tour de Valley” sees 26 riders depart on 800 km cycle

VIDEO: Cops for Cancer “Tour de Valley” sees 26 riders depart on 800 km cycle

Annual Canadian Cancer Society fundraiser celebrates 20 years as riders trek to Boston Bar and back

VIDEO: Cops for Cancer “Tour de Valley” sees 26 riders depart on 800 km cycle