Alberta Cancer Foundation

Top 10 or So

  1. Bicycling (Mountain and road biking)
  2. Swimming
  3. Running (With or without dog)
  4. Playing tennis
  5. Camping in the mountains
  6. Hiking in the Canadian Rockies
  7. Sitting on a patio/deck with friends and family
  8. Barbecues and picnics with friends and family
  9. Walking
  10. Attending music festivals

(Honourable mentions: working out, bird watching, golfing, playing baseball, boot camps, Alberta Enbridge Ride to Conquer Cancer, Calgary Joe’s Team Triathlon/Duathlon, water fights with kids, floating on the Bow River, Geo-caching and wildlife/insect spotting.)

Contributors to this list include: Dr. Margie McNeely, PhD, assistant professor in the department of physical therapy/ department of oncology at the University of Alberta and Cross Cancer Institute; Dr. Sam Weiss, PhD, professor in the faculty of medicine at the University of Calgary and director of Hotchkiss Brain Institute; Laurene Mitchell, donor relations co-ordinator Heritage Park Historical Village (featured in My Leap); Darren Neuberger, development officer at the Alberta Cancer Foundation; and Dr. Nigel Brockton, research scientist for Alberta Health Services, Cancer Care