Throughout the month, Canadians wear daffodil pins as a symbol of hope and support for people living with cancer. Pins are available at local businesses by donation, which help fund cancer research programs and support services and information for people living with cancer. In the past, the Energetic City has received awards for how many pins it distributes.
Daffodil Month culminates on April 27, Daffodil Day, when people are asked to reflect on those who have cancer, and those who have lost their battle. The Canadian Cancer Society suggests making an extra effort on that day, by doing something special for someone they know with cancer.
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