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I was 4 when Terry started his run. My brothers and I would run to the TV every time we heard his commercial and we called him Run, Terry, Run. I loved him so much. When his funeral was on TV, my Mom was too sad to watch it. I was 5 and sat by myself and watched his funeral. ? I was thrilled last summer to see his statue in St John’s. He’s very special to me and has a place in my heart.

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I was a truck driver for Levis Strauss travelling between Toronto and Edmonton and seen him many times I believe he was the first…
I remember being yery aware of the Cancer Crisis and the need to alert the world, so was not at all surprised when Terry…
My family was visiting Ottawa when Terry was going through the city. We caught him on camera that day. Maryann DiMarco-Rhodes…
Captivated by Terry’s story and journey, I was able attend Terry’s birthday celebration July 28th at Gravenhursts Centennial Centre. I was lucky enough to…
I watched Terry faithfully as he did his run. I was so moved by such a fine gesture by this cancer survivor child! I…
I remember hearing about this guy running across Canada in school. I’d go home at night and watch the news with my folks on…
A Speech given at a Fundraising Dinner in Regina, SK by Rob Currie September 1980 To have been given the honor of travelling with,…
I was 19 years old when I seen Terry Fox. I was born and raised in Ottawa, Ontario Canada ?? My Dad and I…
– Terry Fox has always been my Canadain hero. I began doing the walk 20 years ago and began working in a school 15…