Like so many people these days, we have hopped on board the kale bandwagon. In addition to being chalk full of antioxidant, anti-inflammatory and anti-cancer nutrients, you don’t need to be a top chef to prepare kale at home.
Youth Advisory Council is proud to announce our brand spankin’ new app for iPhone, Unhooked! This Oilers Community Foundation funded app is all you need to know about breast health, in the palm of your hand.
The holiday season is upon us and during this hectic time of year we sometimes forget to give our bodies what they need to stay healthy. The Canadian Breast Cancer Foundation recommends that you get active for at least 30 minutes a day in order to reduce your risk of breast cancer. It might seem hard to squeeze in 30 minutes of exercise but we are here to let you know that it’s not as tough as you might think. Check out a few ways to get your 30 minutes a day without even noticing.
With the Holidays around the corner, everyone is busy tracking down the perfect gifts for their friends and family. Gifts that support a charitable organization are always a nice touch, but be sure to review the Canadian Breast Cancer Foundation’s “Five Questions You Should Ask” to learn whether a program is one you can feel good about supporting.
While it is well-known that pink ribbons represent breast cancer awareness and the Canadian Breast Cancer Foundation, I wanted to see how many people make that association immediately, without being prompted to directly. So, I asked my friends this simple question: “What’s the first thing that comes to mind when you think of or see the colour pink?”
On November 6, the Youth Advisory Council Calgary team held a bake sale at Dr. EP Scarlett High School. We had pink lemonade, cookies, cake, and much more! We sold everything for a dollar a piece. Continue reading
If you saved yourself some money this Black Friday and Cyber Monday, why not join the #GivingTuesdayCA movement? What is #GivingTuesdayCA and how does it work? Continue reading