• Research & Education
    Making an Impact
  • Screening
    Most people age 50-74 should do a home screening test every 2 years
  • Treatment & Care
    Radiation therapists are here to help you with your cancer treatment
  • Information For Rural Patients
    Community Cancer Programs in Manitoba
  • Treatment & Care
    Systemic Therapy (Chemotherapy) at CancerCare Manitoba
  • Urgent Cancer Care
    Urgent Cancer Care meets the specialized needs of cancer patients experiencing cancer
    or treatment-related symptoms or side effects
  • Treatment & Care
    More than half of all Manitobans with cancer undergo surgery as part of their treatment
    Delivering excellent surgical care is our goal
  • Screening
    Most women age 21-69 should have a Pap test every 3 years.
  • Cancer Patient Resources
    Look Good Feel Better Program
    Provides workshops to help women manage the appearance-related side effects of treatment
  • Treatment & Care
    Clinical Trials
  • Screening
    Most women age 50-74 should have a screening mammogram every 2 years.

Welcome to CancerCare Manitoba

CancerCare Manitoba (CCMB) is the provincially mandated cancer agency and is responsible for setting strategic priorities and long-term planning for cancer and blood disorders. CCMB provides clinical services to both children and adults.


System Performance Reports Now Available Online

November 7, 2019 1:42 PM

The Manitoba Cancer System Performance Report and the Cancer Surgery Quality in Manitoba report are now available online on the Corporate Publications page under the About Us tab. read more...


October 10, 2019 8:00 AM

Distinguished Professor Dr. Harvey Max Chochinov [MD/83, PhD/98], a leader in palliative care research, has been selected for induction into the Canadian Medical Hall of Fame (CMHF). ... read more...

Dr. Pitz part of team awarded funding for research in glioblastoma

June 5, 2019 10:51 AM

Dr. Marshall Pitz is a medical oncologist at CancerCare Manitoba and the Lead of Clinical Research at the Research Institute in Oncology and Hematology, a joint institute of CancerCare Manitoba ... read more...

Supporting Patients and their Families.
The Navigator.

CancerCare Manitoba provides a variety of support groups and services to assist patients and their families through their cancer journey. Take a look at our monthly newsletter The Navigator for details.

Research & Education.

The goal of the Research Institute at CancerCare Manitoba is to have a positive impact on the lives of cancer patients. The Research Institute at CCMB, in partnership with the University of Manitoba was unveiled in 2015 with an expanded mandate covering all aspects of cancer and blood disorder research.

Where You Can Find Us.

CancerCare Manitoba offers services in a variety of locations all across the province of Manitoba.Take a look at our locations page for detailed information on specific sites.

CancerCare Manitoba Foundation

All funds donated to CancerCare Manitoba Foundation remain in Manitoba. These funds support CancerCare Manitoba's internationally recognized team of health professionals who provide outstanding care for patients and their families.

CancerCare Manitoba Foundation presents a number of major fundraising events annually. By supporting any of these events as a sponsor, volunteer, participant or donor, you are helping the Foundation raise funds to support the vital work at CancerCare Manitoba.

Hockey Fights Cancer

November 23
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Support Manitoba's youngest patients through Hockey Fights Cancer.

Hockey fans can support the cause at all five Winnipeg Jets home games throughout the month of November (Nov. 5, 8, 10, 12 and 23 – HFC game vs. Columbus) by purchasing mystery autographed pucks and mini sticks on the concourse.  

The Nov 23 game promises to be amazing as always with the four pediatric cancer ambassadors being honoured on ice!



Frances' Story

As I’m sure you can imagine, having your fear of cancer confirmed can be life-altering.

It was an awful blow for Frances Reibin, 64, mother and grandmother of eight when she was diagnosed with colorectal cancer this past winter.

Unfortunately Frances’ family has a history of colorectal cancer. This put her on the list to receive home screening tests from CancerCare Manitoba. The results of Frances’ test triggered the need for a procedure, an invasive colonoscopy.

Staring out the window on the flight from her home community of Flin Flon to receive her test results in Winnipeg, Frances tried to prepare herself for the worst.

Read more…