Teen Camp

March 17 to 19, 2017, Camp Kindle
Grades 7 to 12

Our Teen Camps give young people across the province a chance to stay connected with their summer camp friends.


Spring Teen Camp focus on friendships and leadership development, giving teens life skills to cope with the long-term physical and emotional effects of cancer. Fun and laughter guaranteed!

Bereaved Family Camp

May 5 to 7, 2017, Camp Kindle

The Bereaved Family Camp gives families who have lost a child to cancer to connect with others who have walked a similar path. Through connection, relaxation and recreation at Camp Kindle, families have a chance to remember in a safe and caring community, while also getting outside and experiencing the magic of camp!


Family Camp

June 2 to June 4, 2017 & September 29 to October 1, 2017, Camp Kindle

Our June camp will be celebrating National Cancer Survivors Day.

Each spring and fall, our Family Camps give kids a chance to get outdoors, get silly and have fun, while parents find quiet time to relax and connect with other parents. Gather around the campfire. Experience the thrill of the giant swing. Enjoy delicious food, crafts, hikes and lots of laughter.

Join us at Camp Kindle for a relaxing weekend with your family. Camp is a great opportunity for young people to come together and enjoy the simple pleasures of childhood, while parents find quiet time to relax and connect with other parents.

Teen / Tween / Teen Leadership Retreat

October 27 to 29, 2017, Camp Kindle
Grades 9 to 12

The Teen Leadership Retreat is designed to offer educational and skill development opportunities to young adults who are in grades 9 to 12.

This retreat is an opportunity for Kids Cancer Care youth to empower themselves through education and skill development opportunities. Providing a “conference” experience enables the teens to learn and grow in a professional environment where they gain life skills and education in a variety of different topics.

Please contact Nikki Lamarche for more information or 403 984 6209.

“Play, while it cannot change the external realities of children’s lives, can be a vehicle for children to explore and enjoy their differences and similarities and to create, even for a brief time, a more just world where everyone is an equal and valued participant.” ~ Patricia G. Ramsey, Contemporary American educational psychologist