Christine Mitchell

Supporting cancer care in Atlantic Canada. Learn More.

I’m facing the fight against cancer.

What if we could reduce radiation treatments from 25 to five for certain cancers? Condense up to seven weeks of daily radiotherapy treatment sessions to just one week or less? When you support my ride today, we’re one step closer to making these bold aspirations a reality.

On Saturday, October 1, 2022, I’m riding alongside a community with one common goal: to transform local cancer care, by helping fund a world’s first cancer-fighting technology at the QEII Health Sciences Centre.

This year will be extraordinary…our BMO Ride for Cancer community is all in! With your support, we’ll help introduce a first-in-the-world cancer treatment option, called personalized radiotherapy. Pioneered and invented right here in Nova Scotia at the QEII, this technology has the potential to transform the radiation treatment journeys for Atlantic Canadians facing a cancer diagnosis.

World-leading innovation and inventions are exciting. But the real impact is on QEII patients, who will be the first in the world to access one of the most precise and targeted treatment options available; game-changing care that isn’t offered anywhere else in Canada.

Fewer radiation treatments, better cancer outcomes, reduced side effects, more time at home with family, and reduced financial burden on patients and the healthcare system are all benefits we will help make possible.

By supporting my ride, you are joining a community of champions who are funding the fight against cancer today and for future generations.

The QEII is Atlantic Canada’s largest, most specialized cancer centre, with a radiotherapy program that’s already one of the best in North America. With the support of donors like you, we’ll level up – truly elevating that best-in-class care to new heights, all in the name of cancer patients and their families. This world-leading project will be entirely donor-funded through BMO Ride for Cancer and the QEII Foundation. Now more than ever, we need your support to help make personalized radiotherapy a reality. Learn more about this year’s cause and impact here>.

My Achievements

Completed Profile Page

Shared Personal Page

Made a personal donation

Reached my fundraising goal!

My Updates

My Reason To Ride

My brother Martin lost his battle with Pancreatic cancer on December 28, 2015, he was only 49 years old. 

Cancer robbed him of the opportunity to see his children grow and graduate from high school, to eventually see them marry and have their own children. His wife was left to pick up the pieces of their life and raise their children solo. Nobody should ever have to experience this.

Donations will fund research, purchase equipment to treat patients and assist patience facing financial hardship that travel to hospital for treatment. Each year Ride for Cancer has exceeded the goal set and the newest technology equipment has been purchased saving countless lives. Times are tough for many right now, but if you can spare a few dollars you will help make a difference. 

Thank you for your support!


Thank you to my Supporters


Christine Mitchell

Another epic ride in the books ❣️


Lisa Conrod


Jo-anne Lantz

Thank you for your continued support!


Lori Gray

You are a true inspiration.


Karene Gray

I am so proud of you for doing this. Helping fight cancer this way while others can not. You are an inspiration. Love Aunt Karene


Christine Mitchell

Funds from my candle jars & basket draws. Thank you to everyone that purchased ❣️


Mom Deion

good luck on your ride and fund raiser


Wendy And Glenn Holmes

Best of luck on your ride


Katherine Osborne


Donna Birch

Best of luck with your fundraising and Ride for Cancer this year!


Christine Mitchell

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