Canadian Cancer Society

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Daffodil Month over, but fight against cancer goes on

“Sixty years ago, it was Lady Eaton whose family owned Eaton’s department store. She started to do some fundraising lunches or fundraising teas and she used daffodils to decorate them. It basically became the symbol for the month and then the symbol on our logo for the Canadian Cancer Society,” Patricia McLaughlin said.

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A different kind of ‘buzzed’

“Almost cut my hair, it happened just the other day,” Scarborough resident Larry Kosowan sang, playing his acoustic steel-string guitar. But he did cut his hair. All 12 inches of his flowing, dark brown locks. Kosowan had been growing out his hair for the past three years to have it long enough to cut and donate to the Canadian Cancer Society (CCS).