Past Events

These are some of the events PCCN Brampton has organized or taken part in.

Peel Region - Mississauga Do it for Dads Walk Run 2014

15 Jun 2014 - 8:00am to 12:00pm
2014 registration table.
Volunteers at the registration table early morning before the rush started.

The 2014 Peel Region - Mississauga Do it for Dads Walk / Run was held at Mississauga Valley Park in Mississauga. The event was run jointly by PCCN Brampton and PCCN Oakville/Mississauga

The weather was gorgeous and with the assistance of some 35 volunteers from both PCCN Brampton, PCCN Oakville/Mississauga and the general public, the event went off very smoothly.

The warmup was led by top Personal Trainer Ian King, owner of Total Body Fitness in Brampton.

David Smith served as our DJ for the second year and young singers Cayla Bruce-Lockhart, Kate Rogers and Sophie Hermann from Modern School of Music in Brampton appeared courtesy of Randy Lynch.

Our MC for the second year was Meaghan Sloski, who was accompanied by her Dad, Al Terry, a charming prostate cancer survivor who recently moved from B.C. to be closer to Meaghan and her family.

The walk was dedicated to all the men that we have lost to prostate cancer since PCCN - Brampton was started in 1994. In particular, we remembered:
- Sean Butterly of Brampton, who passed away in July, 2013. His family came out as volunteers to honour their husband, father and grandfather.
- Al Hutton of Oakville, who died in May, 2014 after a truly valiant battle with prostate cancer. He was supporting other men from his hospital bed. Al's son Steve started the Prostate Extreme Team in support of his Dad and continues to operate events in his memory, with proceeds going to Prostate Cancer Canada and Wellspring.
- Kim Clout of Brampton, who was taken by advanced prostate cancer in May, 2013 at the age of 42. His family once again came out in memory of a wonderful husband and father.
- Fred Norris of Georgetown, who passed away in May, 2013. Fred was the first Chairman of PCCN Brampton and left us far too soon, in January, 2008. His daughter Christine Mawhinney completed the 5K walk in memory of this amazing man.

Our sincere thanks to all those who came out to walk or run in support of Prostate Cancer Canada, to our many volunteers and to our sponsors:
NATIONAL Sponsors:
Safeway Canada
One-A-Day Advanced Multivitamins
National Post
LOCAL Sponsors
BramCity Transmission
Eikonic House of Barbers
Reliable Mechanical Services
Tim Hortons
Water Depot Oakville

Jim Dorsey, Coordinator
905-453-3038 or email

Mighty Mouse season starts @ Grand Bend Motorplex

16 May 2014 - 8:00am to 18 May 2014 - 4:30pm

A total of four appearances at Grand Bend this year:
16 May 2014 - 8:00am to 18 May 2014 - 4:30pm RPM Magazine / Lucas Oil Spring Blowout
20 Jun 2014 - 8:00am to 22 Jun 2014 - 4:30pm IHRA Nitro Jam Nationals (IHRA National Event)
8 Aug 2014 - 8:00am to 10 Aug 2014 - 4:30pm 20th Annual Stratford Spectacular Hot August Nationals
29 Aug 2014 - 8:00am to 31 Aug 2014 - 4:30pm “Thunder by the Beach” Weekend

Grand Bend Motorplex (GBM) is the home of Ontario’s largest Drag Race Events, as well as several popular race series. Grand Bend Dragway is conveniently located on 407 acres in Huron County Ontario. Just a 1 to 2 hour drive from several Canadian and US major markets, and just minutes from the Beaches of Grand Bend. A trip to GBM is an outstanding day trip or weekend adventure. The Grand Bend Motorplex is a multi purpose motorsport facility consisting of a 1/4 mile dragstrip, a 1/4 mile high banked paved oval ,a multi circuit road course for cars, bikes, and go-karts and a motocross facility with senior & junior layouts. The facility includes ample parking, unobstructed seating, a rough camping area, paved roads throughout the pit area, washrooms with showers and a licensed track-side food and beverage court. There are tremendous opportunities for family, club or corporate gatherings.
Contact the Motorplex office for more info:

Grand Bend Motorplex
70292 Grand Bend Line
Grand Bend, Ontario

North 43° 17.595′ West 081° 43.598′

MegaSpeed Custom Car and Truck Show 2014

21 Mar 2014 - 10:00am to 23 Mar 2014 - 6:00pm
MegaSpeed Booth 2013
MegaSpeed Booth 2013

PCCN Brampton in conjunction with Prostate Cancer Canada will once again provide entertainment and awareness at Canada's largest custom car and truck show at Toronto's International Centre.

Show Dates and Times
Friday March 21st - 10:00am - 10:00pm
Saturday March 22nd - 10:00am - 10:00pm
Sunday March 23rd - 10:00am - 6:00pm

Over 5,000 spaces are available.
The North and South parking lots have 55 designated accessible spaces.

Daily Admission
Adults: $20.00
Youths (6-12 years old): $10.00
Children (5 and under): Free

Tickets for purchase on day of show will be available at the Main Entrance of Hall 1, facing Airport Road.

The Main Entrance is through Hall 1.

International Centre
6900 Airport Road
Toronto, ON

Cruisin' for a Cure Canada, 7th Annual

8 Sep 2013 - 10:00am to 4:00pm

The Car Show That Saves Men's Lives

$5 per Vehicle Parking Fee.
Gates open at 7:30 a.m.
Show hours from 10 a.m. until 4 p.m.

Free PSA blood tests provided from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. to men over forty. (Conditions apply.)

Donations Greatly Appreciated.

Confidential results will be sent directly to your doctor. Typically, a full ten percent of the men that we have had tested have been advised to seek further diagnosis!

Parking by affiliation is fine, but please plan to arrive as a group.

Open to all rods, customs, muscle & classic cars, trucks, specialty vehicles, motorcycles and snowmobiles.

$5 Entry Fee

The Powerade Centre in Brampton

For participant and general information please contact:
Jim Dorsey, Cruisin' for a Cure Canada Coordinator
(905) 453-3038

For vendor information please contact:
Steve Hutton, Vendor Coordinator
(905) 840-7937

Peel Region Father's Day Walk / Run 2013

16 Jun 2013 - 8:00am to 12:00pm
Volunteers in registration tent, sheltering from rain, which will never happen again!
Volunteers in tent 2013
Walk for Dad logo 2013
Walk for Dad logo

The 2013 Peel Region Father's Day Walk / Run was held at Chinguacousy Park in Brampton, which was our home for the first three Father's Day events.

In 2014 we regretfully moved to Mississauga Valley Park and changed the name to Peel Region - Mississauga Do it for Dads Walk / Run.

On June 16, 2013, we were treated to a steady downpour that did not let up until just after the last participant left around Noon. But around 100 runners and walkers still braved the elements with umbrellas and plastic covers ranging from ponchos to garbage bags!

Then the sun came out and changed the whole rest of the day.

The warmup was led by Jumba expert Janice Eisenberg, backed up by the The Super Dads from Brampton School of Dance. See the slide show below.

David Smith served as our DJ and a number of young singers from Modern School of Music in Brampton, courtesy of Randy Lynch.

Jim Dorsey, Coordinator, or phone/text 416-523-5550

Golf Tournament 2013

10 Jun 2013 - 8:00am to 1:30pm
Thank You to Gentleman's Choice for their contribution.
Thank You to Gentleman's Choice for their contribution.

Help support a great prostate cancer support group

$90.00 per golfer includes green fees, cart and BBQ lunch.

Acton Golf Club
4955 Dublin Line
Acton, L7J 2M2

Please contact the Golf Committee for further information and sponsorship opportunities

Ron Clayton: 905-584-2095
Morris Rambout: 905-793-8843
Gary Foote: 905-458 -6650
Sean Butterly: 905-454-4237
Jack Dainton: 905-793-0205
John Hughes: 905-793-4627
Steve Hutton: 905-840-7937

Corporate Hole Sponsors
Corporate Sponsors
Individual Sponsors

Movember 2011

1 Nov 2011 - 12:15am to 30 Nov 2011 - 12:45pm

Members of PCCN Brampton are once again participating in the 2011 Movember campaign headed up by our very own Paul Henshall.

Special thanks to Eikonic of Brampton for hosting our event and becoming our official Barber Shop!

Santa Claus Parade 2010

20 Nov 2010 - 5:00pm to 7:00pm
A yellow 1955 Ford Thunderbird roadster owned by Dave Franks of Dave Franks Photography and the Cancer Killer sled owned by Ryan Vollick of Orillia were boldly spotlighted on the hay wagon.
A yellow 1955 Ford Thunderbird roadster owned by Dave Franks of Dave Franks Photography and the Cancer Killer sled owned by Ryan Vollick of Orillia were boldly spotlighted on the hay wagon.

On November 13, a crew of PCCN Brampton members and friends assembled the float for our second appearance in the Brampton Board of Trade’s Santa Claus Parade.

The float was similar to last year’s, being a hay wagon provided by Ed Stewart’s Equipment in Erin and towed by BramCity Transmission’s special events van.

You’ve seen this van at all four of our Cruisin’ for a Cure shows thanks to Bill Stellings.

The hay wagon was decorated with bows and banners and multi-coloured Christmas lights and featured two Christmas trees covered with blue decorations and blue lights.

The parade featured many notable floats this year. While we did not win an honourable mention, our entry was loudly praised by the hosts of the Rogers TV coverage.

We plan to increase the blue light content of the float next year; we hope that you will join us in this effort to increase recognition of Prostate Cancer and our group next year.

PCCN-Brampton acknowledges our sponsors and volunteers for their contributions.

Their efforts will no doubt go a long way towards raising community awareness about prostate cancer and the need for early detection.

Movember 2010

1 Nov 2010 - 12:15am to 30 Nov 2010 - 11:00pm
In the middle of the photo from left to right is Paul Henshall & Morris Rambout.
In the middle of the photo from left to right is Paul Henshall & Morris Rambout.

Members of PCCN Brampton participated in the 2010 Movember campaign headed up by our very own Paul Henshall.

Movember has come of age. The $20M pledged by Canadians to this international phenomenon during November says it all. PCCN-Brampton began its contributions to Movember this year with its team called the Blue Knight Crusaders.

Three of us attended the Movember Gala on November 25 at the Guvernment on Queen's Quay. Dancers and bands entertained a packed house. Then at 10 pm, judging for both the best MO and the best costume began. Crowd noise selected a Hulk Hogan wannabe as #1. Our modest team of 6 has raised over $850, some of which is yet to be tallied in.

Given the number of men in the most unlikely places who grew moustaches, our team will have an easier time recruiting further members in 2011 and hopefully doubling our pledge total.

In addition to our official team, Morris Rambout and his daughter raised an additional $385 to swell our total contribution to over $1000.

Media exposure has brought the name to the forefront and almost everyone just assumes that a moustache is synonymous with Movember and Prostate Cancer Canada.

Movember began in 2003 as a lark over a few beers in Melbourne Australia. Its rallying cry says it all: Changing the face of men's health.

Prostate Cancer Canada is a major beneficiary of Movember funds and consequently PCCN Brampton and all other PCCN members across Canada.

There also seems to be a healthy bit of competition developing between Canada and Australia which just adds to the fun of the event.

If you haven't already, visit our MO page: as well as Morris’s page: and make sure and draw a MO on your calendar for next November 1, 2011.

Special thanks to Eikonic of Brampton for hosting our event & becoming our official Barber Shop!