Enbridge Ride to Conquer Cancer

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Enbridge is proud to be the title sponsor of the Alberta, Ontario, and Quebec legs of the Enbridge Ride to Conquer Cancer.

A remarkably successful program, the Ride to Conquer Cancer is the largest cycling fundraiser in Canadian history, in terms of dollars raised. Since its inception in 2008, the event has raised more than $294-million for cancer research, treatment, and care at the Alberta Cancer Foundation, the Princess Margaret Hospital Foundation in Toronto, and the Jewish General Hospital Segal Cancer Centre in Montreal.

Every year, thousands of riders across Canada bring passion and perseverance in their efforts to help achieve a cancer-free future – first by raising thousands of dollars in pledges, then by saddling up for an epic 200-kilometre ride. Money raised goes toward cancer research, prevention, treatment, and enhancements in care – striking an important blow in the fight against a disease that impacts one in four Canadians. Enbridge is honoured to support the above centres and foundations in their valiant quest to conquer cancer in our lifetime. Sign up today at conquercancer.ca

During the 2015 Enbridge Ride to Conquer Cancer season, nearly $32 million was raised for cancer research, treatment and care -- and more than 7,941 cyclists conquered hundreds of kilometres of road. The 2015 season kicked off in Ontario on June 13-14, raising more than $19-million and drawing 4,853 riders. It continued in Quebec on July 11-12, with 1,347 riders saddling up and over $4.9 million raised. The Alberta leg of the 2015 Ride was held on August 8-9, generating $7.8-million and a throng of 1,741 riders.

In 2014, a total of $20 million, $5.3 million, and $7.9 million were raised in Ontario, Quebec and Alberta, respectively.

Use the links below to read about the people, the personalities, and the inspirational stories that fuel the Enbridge Ride to Conquer Cancer.