by Nasra Osman
The annual Terry Fox Run took place on Sunday at various locations across Toronto, as well as throughout the entire country. The run serves as a reminder of the trials and tribulations that Fox went through during his battle with cancer while running across Canada to raise money for cancer research. Fox’s story inspired many across Canada to participate, even ordinary individuals like Lisa LaMoine, who’s father-in-law was inspired to organize the West Hill run. She tells Centennial Journalism’s Nasra Osman how Fox and thus, also inspired her to become an organizer as well. Listen here.