Terry Fox's legacy lives on and Terry and his Marathon of Hope have become a symbol of hope, courage and determination. In 1980, he set out with the goal of raising $1 for every Canadian. Since then, more than $650 million has been raised for cancer research in his name.
"You could spend a lifetime standing on the shoulder of the roads of Canada watching Terry run."
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In September 1981 the family of Terry Fox were flown by helicopter to the top of a mountain near Valemount, in eastern B.C., to place a plaque and dedicate the peak to Fox, who had died from cancer ju...
The maze took more than a year to plan out.
OTTAWA - For three decades, Terry Fox's mother and father held on to boxes upon boxes of handwritten letters, poems, lovingly painted artwork and other tributes sent to their son by Canadians moved by...
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Thousands of people flocked to Terry Fox’s hometown of Port Coquitlam, B.C., to take part in the annual run in his honour on Sunday. "I remember him being a young man enjoying sports. He was a good a...
THE CANADIAN PRESS -- VANCOUVER - In this world of multimillion-dollar athletes and badly behaved celebrities, it comes as no surprise to Lorne Davies that three decades after his death, Terry Fox rem...