Terry Fox Run

The Langley City Terry Fox run on Sunday, Sept. 18, actually beat its $5,000 target, raising close to $20,000. It was the first in-person version of the annual fundraiser for cancer research since the pandemic. (Dan Ferguson/Langley Advance Times)

VIDEO: Langley City Terry Fox Run beats target, others come close

City and Walnut Grove hosted first in-person versions since pandemic, Aldergrove remained virtual

 

Terry Fox Run will be held virtually on Sept. 19, 2021. (Terry Fox Foundation/Facebook)

Langley continues fall tradition with virtual Terry Fox Run hosted in 3 local communities

Register online ahead of run happening Sunday, Sept. 19

 

Langley City resident Lois Macleay and her dog Georgie held their own solitary Terry Fox Walk on Sunday, Sept. 20, 2020, starting from Douglas Park (Dan Ferguson/Langley Advance Times)

VIDEO: A one-person Terry Fox walk by Langley City resident

Lois Mcleay didn’t have to worry about social distancing

Langley City resident Lois Macleay and her dog Georgie held their own solitary Terry Fox Walk on Sunday, Sept. 20, 2020, starting from Douglas Park (Dan Ferguson/Langley Advance Times)
Abbotsford’s Jacob Bredenhof (right) rides with Darrell Fox between Abbotsford and Hope on Sept. 19, 2020. (Submitted photo)

Young B.C. cancer survivor rides 105-km with Terry Fox’s brother

Jacob Bredenhof and Darrell Fox’s cycling trek raises almost $90,000 for cancer research

Abbotsford’s Jacob Bredenhof (right) rides with Darrell Fox between Abbotsford and Hope on Sept. 19, 2020. (Submitted photo)
This year’s 40th Terry Fox Run is a virtual event on Sept. 20. (Black Press Media files)

OUR VIEW: Fox fight continues

Thanks for keeping this courageous young man’s vision alive 40 years later

This year’s 40th Terry Fox Run is a virtual event on Sept. 20. (Black Press Media files)
Marathon of Hope runner Terry Fox is shown in a 1981. (THE CANADIAN PRESS/CP)

Langley’s three Terry Fox runs invite participants to join in any way they choose

Aldergrove, Walnut Grove, and Langley City will host “one day, your way” runs this Sunday, Sept. 20

Marathon of Hope runner Terry Fox is shown in a 1981. (THE CANADIAN PRESS/CP)
Google Doodle unveils illustration of Terry Fox on anniversary of first run

Google Doodle unveils illustration of Terry Fox on anniversary of first run

Doodle was created by Canadian artist Lynn Scurfield

Google Doodle unveils illustration of Terry Fox on anniversary of first run
Abbotsford’s Jacob Bredenhof, shown here with Darrell Fox (brother of Terry Fox), will be participating in the Pedal of Hope fundraiser on Sept. 19. (Submitted)

Abbotsford teenager doing Pedal of Hope with Terry Fox’s brother

Jacob Bredenhof cycling 100 kilometres on Sept. 19 for virtual Terry Fox Run event

Abbotsford’s Jacob Bredenhof, shown here with Darrell Fox (brother of Terry Fox), will be participating in the Pedal of Hope fundraiser on Sept. 19. (Submitted)
Langley’s three Terry Fox runs will be held virtually this Sept. 20 due to COVID-19. (Langley Advance Times files)

Langley’s three annual Terry Fox runs invite participants to join in any way they choose

Langley City, Aldergrove, and Walnut Grove to hold first-ever virtual runs on Sept. 20 due to COVID

Langley’s three Terry Fox runs will be held virtually this Sept. 20 due to COVID-19. (Langley Advance Times files)
Terry Fox Run needs volunteers

Terry Fox Run needs volunteers

The annual Terry Fox Run is looking for volunteers to help with upcoming event

Terry Fox Run needs volunteers
Terry Fox ran an average of 42 km a day for 143 days during the Marathon of Hope. (terryfox.org)

Big brother Terry Fox: Darrell reflects on 40-year legacy

Terry Fox Foundation has raised more than $715 million for the fight against cancer

Terry Fox ran an average of 42 km a day for 143 days during the Marathon of Hope. (terryfox.org)
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