15 Photos That Prove Terry Fox's Legacy Is Alive And Well

He continues to be an inspiration to Canadians every day.

Terry Fox's 60th birthday would have been on July 28, 2018. While many years have passed since the Canadian icon's run ended due to illness, the country hasn't forgotten his dream.

This article was originally published on April 12, 2015. April 12 marks the 35th anniversary of the start of Terry Fox's Marathon of Hope, the cross-Canada cancer fundraiser that made history.

Every year, Canada — and the world — runs to remember Fox's hope and determination.

Here are 15 photos that prove his legacy is alive and well:

St. John's harbour 35 years ago today. Terry Fox - #Canadianheropic.twitter.com/qfWXaYN8Zf

— Melanie Walker (@melanielwalker) April 12, 2015

Terry Fox walking across Robie St. at Tony's Donair (a priceless #photo) pic.twitter.com/exW6AIx9I1#Halifax RT @rozinck#History#TerryFox

— Rasta ™ (@NSRasta) December 30, 2013

A great group of runners and walkers came out to support the Terry Fox Marathon of Hope Celebration! #KeepGoing #1$ pic.twitter.com/57RKzVGqKg

— Halifax Running Room (@HFXRunningRoom) April 12, 2015

A father and his daughter ride through Prado Boulevard while participating in the 7th Terry Fox Marathon of Hope, in Havana, Feb. 8, 2004.
A father and his daughter ride through Prado Boulevard while participating in the 7th Terry Fox Marathon of Hope, in Havana, Feb. 8, 2004.