Petition Launched to Name Vancouver Airport After Cancer Hero

In Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada, a curator and writer named Elspeth Sage has launched a petition to rename Vancouver International Airport after Terry Fox, a humanitarian, athlete, and cancer research activist. Fox attempted a run across Canada in 1980 to raise money and awareness for cancer research, after having his leg amputated. He succumbed to

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his cancer before he could finish, but his efforts resulted in a legacy: The Terry Fox Run has grown to involve millions of participants in over 60 countries. Philip Owen, a member of the Vancouver International Airport’s board of directors and a former mayor of Vancouver said he would put forth the request for a name change at the board’s next meeting. This year will mark the 30th Anniversary of Fox’s famous Marathon of Hope.

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