Together, we can Conquer Cancer In Our Lifetime

We did not become one of the top five cancer research centres in the world alone. We got here with the help of our growing community; fearless patients, thousands of world-class doctors and researchers, the loved ones that fill our waiting rooms and the friends that refuse to give up hope.

We all have a role in this mission.



Choose your event. Choose your impact.

The vital funds raised through dedicated event participation each year are transformational. They allow us to develop cutting-edge treatments, globally recognized diagnostic tools and the life-saving research that gives us all hope. From epic bike rides to inspired group walks to a rousing game of hockey, there are many fun ways for everybody to get involved.

How will you Conquer Cancer In Our Lifetime?

Upcoming Events

The DIY Challenge is a twist on traditional fundraising – you raise funds for research while doing what you love. Choose your talent, build your page and challenge your friends.

DIY to Conquer
A two-day pond hockey tournament one hour north of Toronto. All ages and all skill levels are encouraged to play, and all funds raised will go directly to life-changing Sarcoma research.

Skate On
This is your chance to level up and put your love of gaming towards one challenge we all want to win, a universal Quest to beat cancer.

Join the Quest





Making Headlines

Every day we hear stories that drive us forward and remind us why our jobs are so important. Below are just a few ways The Princess Margaret team continues to make an impact on cancer care here in Canada and worldwide.

Our 2020 Annual Report is here!

<br>Our 2020 Annual Report is here!

We remain fearless in our Courage to Conquer

Enabling Future Care Now at The Princess Margaret, across Canada, and around the world.


Meet Courtney Fireman

<br>Meet Courtney Fireman

"Princess Margaret is at the forefront of innovation"

Courtney supports The Princess Margaret in honour of her mother, Lisa, who passed away from pancreatic cancer.


Music in the Atrium

Music in the Atrium

Music in the Atrium goes virtual

Virtual concerts will be broadcast on YouTube live at noon every Wednesday.


Building Future Care Now

Building Future Care Now

Protecting patients and frontline workers

During this pandemic our patients are more vulnerable than ever. Help us keep them safe and connected.


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Connect with us on social for more updates on patient stories, events and other breaking news.


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