In 1980, Terry Fox set out to run across Canada to raise money for cancer research -- despite having lost one leg to the disease. His goal was to raise $1 from every Canadian to help find a cure, and some combination of passion, idealism, and sheer guts led to the impossible notion that he would do this on one good leg and a prosthesis. Beginning in Newfoundland on April 12, 1980, he ran 26 miles each day for 143 consecutive days. But on September 1, the return of his cancer forced him to stop in Thunder Bay, Ontario. He ...

Terry 2005, Douglas & McIntyre

ISBN-13: 9781553651130

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