Our First In-Person Meeting in Over 2½ Years!

Mark your calendars for 15 September 2022!  All are welcome to join us at St Stephen’s Anglican Church, 930 Watson St, for our first in-person general meeting since March 2019.

After so many months of having to comply with COVID restrictions, we’re finally going back to in-person PCS Ottawa meetings. To make sure that everyone feels as safe as possible, we’re planning this meeting to accommodate both in-person and virtual attendees. This will be our first attempt at conducting this ‘hybrid’ type of meeting, so if we encounter technical difficulties prior to the meeting, we’ll let you know by e-mail in plenty of time that the meeting will revert to the usual virtual format using Zoom. Looking forward to seeing you there!

Here are the details –

When? Thursday, 15 September 2022, 7 pm.

Where? St Stephen’s Anglican Church, 930 Watson St (see map below).

Format? This in-person and ZOOM sharing meeting will allow you to renew contact with other members, get information based on other members’ experiences and provide updates on your personal medical situation. All participants are reminded to treat any information provided as confidential, and no details will be recorded.

Attendees? Current members and anyone wishing to learn more about prostate cancer diagnosis and treatment.

Special Instructions

After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the meeting.

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