Women everywhere are gearing up to paint the country teal this month. Designated for ovarian cancer awareness, September is a time to increase knowledge about a disease that has been overlooked and under diagnosed far too long. With no screening test and plenty of misconceptions surrounding ovarian cancer, greater awareness is extremely important.

Ovarian cancer is the most fatal women’s cancer. Seventeen thousand women in Canada live with the disease and another 2,600 are diagnosed each year. With this instalment of #NorthernLights I’m proud to support this worthy cause. All profits will go in support of Ovarian Cancer Canada.

Let’s help to - Change Lives. Fund Research. Cure Cancer. Join us next Wednesday on September 10th. Featuring some of Toronto’s best female talent.

#ChooseJoy - ovariancanada.org

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🎬 @luubreeze #PeaceToTheGods Shot by @zacfacts #Movie #Toronto

On set. @luubreeze #PeaceToTheGods produced by @mosthighh 📹 @zacfacts #movie #toronto

Last BBQ of the summer. Why not. #familyfirst

New Anthem @luubreeze ‘Peace To The Gods’ dropping soon. Shooting a movie this Sunday - come thru. #Toronto

There are 17,000 women living with ovarian cancer in Canada. It is estimated that this year in Canada, 2,600 women will be newly diagnosed with ovarian cancer. Ovarian cancer is the 5thmost common cancer for women and is the most fatal women’s cancer. #choosejoy - choosejoyblog.tumblr.com