Monday, September 26, 2022

Cops for Cancer Tour de North smashes through 150,000 dollar mark in fundraising follow tour completion

Riders from the 2022 Cops for Cancer Tour De North
as they were in the home stretch of the six day endurance rid
last week on their way to Williams Lake

The 2022 Cops for Cancer Tour de North came to an end in Williams Lake last week and as they continue to tally up the fundraising, the tour participants can take some significant pride in busting through the 150,000 dollar goal that they had set for the journey.

The most recent update on the tour came from the BC North RCMP on Friday, which provided a quick update on the journey from Dawson Creek in the Peace to Williams Lake in Cariboo.

Among those on the tour were three from Prince Rupert with representation from both the City's RCMP and Canada Border Services Offices.

Learn more about the fund-raising and if you wish help to build on the totals through this link to the Cops for Cancer Tour de North 2022 home page.

The tour was celebrating its 25th anniversary this year and the money raised from Six days on the road will be used towards Childhood cancer research and national supports for families affected by cancer.

The Williams Lake Tribune was on hand last week to record the final push to the finish, line for the riders.

You can review much of the journey from both the Tour de North Facebook page and twitter feed.

More notes on Community themes in Prince Rupert can be reviewed here.

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