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Tour of Hope
(July 25-28th, 2019)

The Tour of Hope is a fundraising event for the annual Tree of Hope Campaign. The Tour of Hope is not a race, it’s an endurance challenge. With a total distance of about 650 KM to travel on four days, cyclists will ride between 150 KM to 200 KM per day. Of course, numerous pit stops are planned along the way. Those well-deserved breaks will give cyclists a chance to recover and make necessary adjustments to their bikes.Follow the adventure from July 25-28th, 2019 on our social media.


The Tour of Hope is expected to be a great success again this year

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Moncton, June 24, 2019 – The 9th edition of the Tour of Hope was officially launched in Moncton this morning in a spirit of great conviviality. From July 25th to 28th, nearly 150 cyclists from all over New Brunswick will hop on their bikes and pedal 650 km over four days to raise money for the Tree of Hope Campaign.

The group will depart from Edmundston on Thursday morning and will cycle all day to reach Campbellton. Friday, the route will bring the Tour of Hope team to Caraquet. After a well-deserved night of rest, the cyclists will head toward Miramichi on Saturday. On the last day of the event, Sunday, cyclists will cross the finish line in Moncton; where a celebration will be held in their honour in front of the Assumption Life building on Main Street.

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Did you know?

The Tree of Hope campaign has raised close to $28 million since its beginnings in 1989.

In fact, did you know that the Dr. Léon-Richard Oncology Centre:
  • Treats more than 2,000 new cancer patients per year;
  • Administers 24,000 radiation treatments per year;
  • Administers 5,000 chemotherapy treatments per year;
  • Receives 60,000 patient visits per year.

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Each donation made to the Tree of Hope campaign contributes directly to improving health services in oncology

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