Cops for Cancer

RCMP Supt. Bruce Singer speaks during Cops for Cancer final stop at Surrey's Sullivan Heights Secondary on Friday, Sept. 24. (Photo: Tom Zillich)

Cops for Cancer cyclists finish five-day ride in Surrey with $190K raised, more to come

Each rider raises a minimum of $4,000 to participate in the annual Tour de Valley event

 

The 2021 Cops for Cancer Tour de Valley pose for a group shot outside the White Rock RCMP detachment Friday (Sept. 24). (White Rock RCMP Twitter photo)

Cops for Cancer riders roll through White Rock, Surrey

Tour de Valley team raised more than $100,000

 

Allison, Tyler and six-year-old Samantha Donovan at Ronald McDonald House in Vancouver in 2016. (Submitted)

How Cops for Cancer helped one B.C. family’s childhood cancer journey

Samantha Donovan’s family was able to stay together during her treatment thanks to the charity

 

White Rock RCMP Const. Emma Dyer (left) and her fellow Cops for Cancer Tour de Valley teammates will roll through the seaside city on Friday, Sept. 24 as part of the 2021 event. (White Rock RCMP Twitter photo)

Cops for Cancer to roll through White Rock and Surrey Sept. 24

Tour de Valley is raising funds to support children with cancer

White Rock RCMP Const. Emma Dyer (left) and her fellow Cops for Cancer Tour de Valley teammates will roll through the seaside city on Friday, Sept. 24 as part of the 2021 event. (White Rock RCMP Twitter photo)
Riders make their way through Mission during a training run earlier this month. (Facebook)

Cops for Cancer cycling across the Fraser Valley

22nd annual Tour de Valley begins on Sept. 20, 17 riders participating

Riders make their way through Mission during a training run earlier this month. (Facebook)
White Rock RCMP Const. Emma Dyer (left) recently pedalled 123 kilometres as part of training for the 2021 Cops for Cancer ride. (White Rock RCMP Twitter photo)

White Rock officer putting the gears to pediatric cancer

Const. Emma Dyer is a member of Tour de Valley Riders 2021

White Rock RCMP Const. Emma Dyer (left) recently pedalled 123 kilometres as part of training for the 2021 Cops for Cancer ride. (White Rock RCMP Twitter photo)
Surrey RCMP constables Adison Hiemstra, Joe Lau, Paul Towne and Doug Wilson (from left to right) are riding in this year’s Cops For Cancer Tour de Valley fundraising event. (submitted photo: Surrey RCMP)

Four Surrey RCMP officers ride to raise cash during abbreviated Cops for Cancer tour

This year, the annual Tour de Valley ride is a combined virtual and team ride from Sept. 21 to 25

Surrey RCMP constables Adison Hiemstra, Joe Lau, Paul Towne and Doug Wilson (from left to right) are riding in this year’s Cops For Cancer Tour de Valley fundraising event. (submitted photo: Surrey RCMP)
A Tour de Valley rider high-fives Walnut Road Elementary School students on Sept. 20, 2018. For the 2020 ride, four Surrey RCMP officers will be taking part in Cops for Cancer Tour de Valley. (Photo: Lauren Collins)

Four Surrey officers to take part in Cops for Cancer ride

Fall event supports kids who battle childhood cancer

A Tour de Valley rider high-fives Walnut Road Elementary School students on Sept. 20, 2018. For the 2020 ride, four Surrey RCMP officers will be taking part in Cops for Cancer Tour de Valley. (Photo: Lauren Collins)
DPD reserve Const. Abu Ghafoori (left) and Const. Ken Usipiuk (right) pose in front of Sgt. Ray Warren and Const. Sukhi Thind, who will be spending 50 hours in the air in support of Ride2Survive and Cops for Cancer. (Grace Kennedy photo)

Ride2Survive coming back to Delta for 13th year

The ride is partnering with Cops for Cancer for a fundraiser in Clayton Heights June 16 to 18.

DPD reserve Const. Abu Ghafoori (left) and Const. Ken Usipiuk (right) pose in front of Sgt. Ray Warren and Const. Sukhi Thind, who will be spending 50 hours in the air in support of Ride2Survive and Cops for Cancer. (Grace Kennedy photo)