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Come share your stories, share in theirs, ask questions, learn something or just chat. Each of them just at the booth for an hour.

All of our booth volunteers would love to talk to you. Don’t let them get lonely!

10:30-11:30: Sex and Sexuality from a couple who’s worked through it. Carol & John Owens (Breast & Prostate Cancer) (Intimacy after cancer)

11:30-12:30: MAID 

12:30-1:30: TBA

1:30-2:30: Verne Vaillencourt

2:30-3:30: Sex and sexuality talk to a trained sexologist. Cilvy Dupras

Speakers TBA

Would you like to have a booth at our Cancer Wellness Fair?
Do you have a cancer support group, a supporting business, or service related to cancer. If so we are looking for you. 

Not for profit groups - $0.00
For profit businesses - $25.00 

Booth Relevance: Please let us know how your booth is relevant in supporting principal of - before, during or after the cancer process.
If only a percentage of your booth is specific please be clear. There is a selection process and after receiving your application we will contact you. Should you have any questions please email us at
Thank you!

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Registered Booths:

NameContact PersonWebsiteDescription
Warriors of Hope Breast Cancer Survivors Dragon Boat Racing Team Kathleen
<div class="comment more">  </dWe are a group of breast cancer survivors who participate in dragon boat racing and are an example of what people can accomplish after breast cancer.  We also work to raise breast cancer awareness through promtion of proactive breast health and breast examination, and the benefits of regular physical activity for the prevention and recovery from breast cancer.  We are essentially a large "support group"  offering one another and our families support in times of need, and, in times of celebration!
Our Mission: - Increase Breast Cancer Awareness, through promotion of proactive breast health and breast self-examination, and the benefits of regular physical activity in the prevention of and recovery from breast cancer.
- Show the courage and vitality of survivors by our example that, “There is quality of life after breast cancer".All of our members have experienced before, during and after cancer. As a team, we are a strong " support group" to one another and sometimes, our family members. We have many experiences and stories to share that could possibly help someone else.
Integrative/Complimentary Cancer Care With Naturopathic Medicine Dielle Raymond Naturopathic Doctor
Join Dr. Dielle Raymond at her talk and then meet her at the Ohana Yoga & Wellness Centre's Booth - Learn how "Dietary Approaches to Preventing Cancer and Supporting Cancer Treatment"   "There are A LOT of different diets out there that promise cancer prevention and/or treatment!  Should you give up sugar, only drink green juice, go vegan, focus on alkaline do you decide? Dr. Dielle Raymond, ND, will outline the dietary approaches that are supported by the best evidence.  Never underestimate the value of a diet well suited to your circumstances!"
Robinson’s Pharmasave: Lymphedema Supplies Booth 1 & Mastectomy Bras and Bathing Suits Booth 2 Linda Rose / Jody Gagnon
Robinson's Pharmacy Group
Visit our booth to see a wide selection of Mastectomy and Lymphedema compression products and talk
to our experienced certified fitters. As well, discuss possible funding options.
Nipissing Serenity Hospice Mathilde Bazinet
Nipissing Serenity Hospice is a home away from home where people of all ages are invited to spend their life's final journey.  We are a peaceful, caring and supportive environment that embraces all without discrimination.  It is a place where quality end of life care is honored in a compassionate and holistic manner.  It is a place where spiritual, psychosocial and physical needs will be met to provide relief of pain and suffering.
Ohana Yoga & Wellness Centre and Training Academy Nicky Poulin Owner/
Yoga for Cancer & More - Join , Nicky Poulin, Carol Hendricken (yoga instructor/cancer survivor), Dr. Antonietta Francini (Retired GYN Surgeon, Psychologist, Cancer Survivor) Movement is Medicing - Yoga before, during or after cancer yoga has proven to be beneficial for all who choose to partake in this ancient healing modality and art. Yoga works on the body and the mind helping us to find a balance. At our booth you will find a simple to follow at home practice as well as receive information and guidance towards what form of yoga practice is best for you. Yoga for cancer patients and survivors is a holistic approach to assisting you on your journey.
Martyn Funeral Home - "Respecting Your Wishes" Jody
Let's start a conversation that matters. Preparing for death is one of the most empowering things you can do. Thinking about our death clarifies our life. Come visit us at our booth and say hello! We are here to answer any questions you may have (There are no "stupid" questions.) Come and gather some information, ad start the conversation. We promise you it is easier than you think. Subjects - grief & bereavement, pre-planning, death & dying, funeral/memorial personalization, continuing care. After all, we are all going to die.
Home Instead Senior Care Kendall Karoglan 
The Home Instead Senior Care network has been delivering in-home care for more than 20 years. We are a community-based company with a passion for assisting individuals with everyday living activities, so they may remain comfortably in their homes for as long as possible. Our services provide a solution for individuals who require assistance with basic tasks and for those who require more specialized care. Our home care services are available in many areas of Northern Ontario, 7 days a week, 24 hours a day, including holidays. Each client has a care plan that is individually tailored to their needs and services and are performed by CAREGivers who are bonded, trained and insured. We pay very special attention to matching our CAREGivers with our clients to achieve utmost compatibility, comfort and continuity of care.
Sisters In Arm Christine Comeau 
Sisters In Arms is a local support group that three survivors saw the need for support in the community and formed Sisters In Arms This is a group of survivors who are present for emotional peer support during your journey or the journey of a loved one. Someone to lean on that knows fist hand what you are going through during your journey.
PICC Fashions: Find out about PICC line cuffs Dr. Sheryl Riley M.D. 

What is a PICC line cuff? It’s a sleeve that can be used to cover the chemotherapy PICC line.

Come to the booths to see the cuffs and find out if they are something you want to wear or to volunteer to sew.

North Bay Regional Health Centre Cancer Programs and Services Ann Loyst 

Will answer all your questions about Cancer Programs and Services and Palliative Care Programs and Services.  Specifically will profile (1) NBRHC Wish Program and (2) The Importance of Advance Care Planning

Essential Oils & Cancer - Supporting Your Every Step Janet Van Wyck (705) 471-6519 
doTERRA Essential Oils The time during and after illness hits is so important and we want to be sure to be using health care solutions that are not only therapeutic but safe and free from additives and chemicals. do TERRA has solutions to deal with daily issues and side effects of your treatment as well as your emotions.
Infinity Scarves to Raise Money for the Serenity Hospice. Fionna Trong 

Handmade scarves. A ME to WE project by Fionna Truong (13)

$10 donation per scarf. Donations separate from scarf purchase also accepted. Proceeds have been earmarked for the children’s section of the hospice.

North Bay Regional Health Centre Chemotherapy Clinic Eric Bouchard705-474-8600 x3790

The North Bay Regional Health Centre Chemotherapy Clinic is the largest satellite site of the North East Ontario Cancer Centre. The team at the clinic provide chemotherapy treatments, education, and support for people that are battling various forms and stages of cancer. 

Myofascial Release Therapy - Naturally Well - Ohana Yoga & Wellness Centre Darren
Find Darren at the Ohana Yoga & Wellness Booth - Myofascial Release Therapy and the Cancer Patient Myofascial Release Therapy (MFR) can help restore motion and relieve pain. There are a variety of conditions which can result in inflammation, tightening and swelling. These include surgical procedures, inflammatory responses, and trauma. Myofascial Release Therapy has become a popular treatment in helping people dealing with cancer with relief from pain associated with conventional treatments. Some doctors including oncologists are recommending this type of therapy to help relieve the pain and increase mobility.
Near North Palliative Care Network / Palliative Care Monica Do Coutto
Near North Palliative Care Network. NNPCN is the Volunteer Visiting Hospice of Nipissing and East Parry Sound Districts, funded by the NE LHIN and HPCO Accredited. The organization provides Volunteer Palliative Care services to palliative clients, respite services to caregivers, and grief support services to the community. Grief support includes anticipatory grief to complex grief, individual or group sessions. All services are free of charge to the client. NNPCN Services are relevant in supporting people before, during and after the cancer process. We provide you and your loved ones the central psychosocial support needed during the process. We are the Visiting Hospice of our area and go where our client is. Our main goal is to enhance the quality of life and support our Clients and Volunteers unconditionally, and free og charge. Come chat with us about how to become involved with NNPCN as a Volunteer or Client. Know more about the Palliative Care and Grief services we provide to the whole community of Nipissing and East Parry Sound. We give 140 hours of online and face-to-face training, completely free of charge, to our Volunteers. We also provide ongoing psychosocial support and investment in the quality of life of our Volunteers and Clients, such as our Adult Day Program. NNPCN Adult Day Program offers 2 welness activities, completely free of charge, Monday to Friday, such as Gentle Yoga, Meditation, Origami, Music, Movie and Popcorn, and more. Training and Services provided by NNPCN are open to all community members.
FLK Taoist Tai Chi North Bay Diana Walton 
A series of non-impact whole body excercises, Taoist Tai Chi improves circulation, bone strength, flexibility, endurance, balance, and posture. A relaxing, moving meditation, Taoist Tai Chi reduces the experience of pain, and promotes a sence of well-being, benefits of special value to people coping with the shock of cancer diagnosis and the physical and emotional effects of cancer treatments. Let Taoist Tai Chi be a part of your recovery from cancer - because it works!


Knitted Knockers of North Bay Kim Forsyth705-474-7600 x5156 or 705-472-2670
Knitted Knockers North Bay is a part of Knitted Knockers Canada. We supply FREE knitted/crochet breast prosthesis for breast cancer survivors. They are made by volunteers and are soft, comfortable handcrafted breast forms and can be worn in most regular bras. They are soft, beautiful, colourful, light and FREE to anyone who request them. We can be reached at
Canadian Cancer Society & CCS CIBC Run for the Cure Gil Pharand 
The Canadian Cancer Society is a national, community-based organization of volunteers whose mission is the eradication of cancer and the enhancement of the quality of life of people living with cancer. Learn more about our research, programs, services and volunteer opportunities.
Aboriginal Patient Navigator, Northeast Cancer Centre
Aboriginal Patient Navigator, Northeast Centre. Education regarding services provided through the Cancer Centre. Describing how these services can help patients and their families. Provide information to First Nations People and how they can access services before, during and after treatment. Education regarding services provided through the Cancer Centre. Describing how these services can help patients and their families.
East Parry Sound Community Support Services - Medical Transportation & Frozen Meals Leslie Price/Shelly Bateman/Sarah Walker 

Providing rides and meals to those unable to drive themselves to medical appointments or prepare meals (due to age, disability, surgery, or illnes such as cancer).  705-724-6028

Grief Matters - The Grief Recovery Method Jeff; 705.493.9784

Coping with loss, change and pain associated with cancer. Grief is the conflicted feelings caused by the end of, or the change in familiar patterns of behaviour. 

Riverbend Essential Oil Massage and Aromatherapy Anne Quast and Margaret Merta 705.472.0261
Join Anne Quast at the Ohana booth Certified Aromatherapy Health Professionals with the Canadian Federation of Aromatherapists ( Aromatherapists will be happy to discuss with you what kind of essential oil blends they can custom blend for your health issues. You can sample, purchase or smell essential oils and various products made by these ladies. Anne and Margaret describe the many ways essential oils can support you, your caregivers,and friends or family members on your journey. You can speak to Anne about essential oil massage. If massage is not your thing you can learn about the many ways and reasons why to use essential oils for the body, mind and spirit. Aromatherapy massage and essential oil blends can be instrumental in reducing anxiety and encouraging a positive outlook. Aromatherapy may support the following symptoms: Aches and pains Anxiety and fear Constipation Cystitis Dry skin Fatigue Grief Headaches Indigestion Oral mucositis Palliative and Terminal Care Respiratory Problems We can custom blend essential oils for room or car diffusers. We can describe to you how to do a “steam”. We can create blends for the bath or for a simple foot bath. We can make body butters, creams and facial elixirs. Anne enjoys presenting classes to small groups who are interested in learning how to make their own healthy,handmade, non-toxic products. Some products that we will have at the booth for sale are: Lavender Pillow Spray Essential oil perfumes Handmade Face Cream, Gentle Face Wash, Shea Body Butter Lip Balms Facial Elixirs Inhalers for immune boost, inhalers for anxiety
Pelvic Health Services for Cancer Survivors Marie-Josee Forget - Gateway Physiotherapy 705.474.4440
Did you know that there are treatment options to help you regain bladder and bowel control after pelvic cancer? Were you aware that a pelvic health physiotherapist can offer you treatment to regain painfree sexual function after cancer treatments? Pelvic health physiotherapist should be part of your health team if you have had prostate cancer, ovarian cancer, uterine/cervical cancer or rectal/bowel cancer. Come meet Gateway Physiotherapy Pelvic Health Physiotherapists - MJ Forget, Kylee Tremblay and Ali Prevost.
Victoria's Quilts Canada Reta Burns705.497.8749

Our mission is to provide hand-made quilts to people with cancer. The quilts are a gift, no cost to recipient. They provide physical and spiritual comfort. 

Mindfulness Ambassador Program - Mindfulness Without Borders Janet Farr Parks & Barbara Niles 
Mindfulness with our Borders "Mindfulness Ambassador Program" is an interactive, experiential program which explains what mindfulness looks like, why it matters, and how to build a mindfulness practice. When we are mindful, we deliberately slow down to notice what is happening inside us (our thoughts, feelings, and body sensations), and what is happening outside us, in our environment. The skills learned in the Mindfulness Ambassador Program can assist with; coping with challenges, managing stress & anxiety, coping with sadness, communication more effectively with others. Mindfulness is an important tool in the self care of cancer patients, survivors, and their loved ones.
Horse Ability Lori Burns

Our programs assist people with mind, body, spirit wellness throughout their cancer process. Our programs are custom tailored to each individual client and each client group in order to provide the best experience. 705-499-8858

Metta, Thai Yoga Massage & Yoga for Cancer with Megan Megan Jones 
The body is built to move, the right kind of movement builds strength, flexibility and aids the circulation of oxygen rich blood throughout the body and assists the lymphatic system. A Yoga for Cancer class is a gentle, but challenging class to help maintain and/or build strength, flexibility and range of motion. The focus is on the Cancer patient; before, during and after the cancer process. A cancer diagnosis affects not only the patient but anyone close to them. This class is designed to challenge, motivate and empower all those who attend.
Northeast Cancer Centre - Supportive Care North East Regional Cancer Program Clifton Wassengeso 

The Supportive Care Program helps individuals and their families in Northeastern Ontario deal with the psychological, emotional, social, spiritual and physical concerns caused by cancer.

TCM Vicki Revard Traditional Chinese Medicine Vicki Revard TCMnew
Find Vicky at the Ohana Booth 
Vicky is Queen’s University, the Canadian School of Natural Nutrition, and Toronto’s renowned Institute of Traditional Medicine. A forever student, she is currently studying Contemplative End-of-Life Care at the Institute and hopes to soon offer end-of-life care services in the North. She interned with Kaleb Montgomery (Founder of Fertility Toronto) at the Toronto Institute for Reproductive Medicine (ReproMed) and spent three years doing clinical work at the Toronto People with Aids Foundation (PWA). She is grateful to have studied with international leaders in the fields of Chinese Medicine and Nutrition, such as Paul Pitchford (Healing with Whole Foods), Lorie Dechar (Alchemical Acupuncture for Spiritual Healing), and Lillian Bridges (Chinese Face Reading), to name but a few. Her recent return to the North was motivated primarily by a deep and unshakeable desire to live, work, and raise her babies in a natural setting—in a place where there are more trees than skyscrapers and where the stars are visible at night, every night. As a practitioner, Vicki has a special interest in treating anxiety and depression, insomnia and other sleep disorders, fertility, pregnancy and post-partum issues, hormonal and menstrual imbalances, allergies and asthma, digestive troubles, as well as the side effects of chemotherapy. Her heart-centred approach is rooted in the rhythm of the seaons. It is integrative, respectful, and honours each client’s individual journey. A lifelong writer, Vicki’s words have been published in various publications, have been translated into German, and have earned her various awards and accolades. Her first book, brave new mama—a celebration of the magic and the madness of the first-year of motherhood—was named “one of the best new mom gifts of 2018” by BabyCare Mag and “one of the best fall items to cozy up with” by The Bump to Baby Show Toronto. It is a repeat bestseller on Amazon. You can learn more about her healing work at and more about her writing at
Inklined Studios: Custom Tattoos and Advanced Esthetics Jennifer Saile
Inklined studios - supporting warriors fighting cancer & celebrating the victory of cancer conquerors & survivors custom tattoos and cover ups, scar camouflage and detailed custom breast tattoos for survivors. Permanent cosmetics including eyeliner, eyebrow, full lip blush as well as alopecia and hair loss camouflage. 3d areola restoration, and areola re-pigmentation. Scar revision and treatments. Hair rejuvenation and skin treatments for cancer conquerors and warriors!
Young Adult Cancer Canada Marley Cameronnew
Young Adult Cancer Canada Join Marley Cameron Thyroid Cancer Survivor - Speaker & Representative/Member Peer Support. An organization wholly focused on providing customized support programs to help young adults deal with their cancer experience. Young Adult Cancer Canada is a national caner organization providing resources for young adults looking for inspiration, information and support. Life is different in your teens, 20s and 330s: it just makes sense it’d different with cancer, too. Young adults with cancer need and deserve an organization wholly focused on providing customised support programs to help them deal with their cancer experience. Given there was not on organization in Canada with this its focus the vision was obvious, Young Adult Cancer Canada had to be the national cancer organization providing resources for young adults looking for inspiration, information and support. Speak with young adult cancer survivors and learn more about the challenges they face and how Young Adult Cancer Canada has changed their recovery process and over all well being.
Immunotec Research Cindy Burbidge
IMMUNOTEC :The Science of Living Better IMMUNOCAL is the Most Important natural health product you will ever use! *It maintains a strong immune system *Helps builds antibodies *Increases strength and endurance performance *40 Years of Research 48 studies published by doctors and scientists working in top global institutions *Clinically Studied Global recognition through patents issued in Canada, the US, and countries around the world *Medical Publications: Listed in two highly respected medical publications, the CPS in Canada and PDR in the US *20 Years of Satisfaction
Lymphatic Therapy Ramona Herman RMT, CDT 
Lymphatic Therapy Options available in North Bay and information from the Lymphedema Association of Ontario Promoting education and awareness of Lymphedema. This year Ramona is introducing an aquatics option for Lymphedema Patients. Aqua Lymphatic therapy can same patients’ money as you are learning a treatment you can do on your own. ALT has been proven to help maintain and improve results of hands on treatment.
Nipissing Multiple Myeloma Support Group Denyse De Bernardi 
The purpose of the group is to offer a place for patients, their families, caregivers and friends to meet and exchange experiences and information with others in the area who are touched by Multiple Myeloma. The environment is one of mutual support and encouragement, assisting patients in living stronger and better.