Prostate Cancer Support Edmonton

Did you know?

1 in 8 men will be diagnosed with prostate cancer in their lifetime. In fact, 29 men will die of prostate cancer in Canada today!

You don't have to do it alone.

If you or someone in your family is suffering from prostate cancer, we're here for you.

A community of optimists.

PEPSS (Prostate Edmonton Peer Support Society) is a community dedicated to establishing a caring and judgement free connection group for those seeking to meet individuals dealing with a prostate cancer diagnoses within their family or friend network. We understand that dealing with a case of prostate cancer can be extremely stressful and emotionally draining, which is why we believe joining a community of individuals facing similar circumstances can bring gravity and a breathe of fresh air to your life.

Through being vulnerable about your medical situation and sharing your fears and concerns, it creates room for those to reach out and help you. We assure you that you will be surprised at the sincerity, optimism and respect of those within our network.

Let helpful people join you in your struggle.

If you have been diagnosed with prostate cancer, a prostate cancer survivor or a relative of one, or if you deeply care about someone with prostate cancer, we invite you to join our group, the Prostate Edmonton Peer Support Society.

Board of directors.

PEPSS (Prostate Edmonton Peer Support Society) strives to serve the greater Edmonton area and our Northern Alberta neighbours. Read the stories of our volunteer Board of Directors to understand the passion they share in offering peer support to PC patients and their families.


Terry Kirkland

Director at Large

Les McElwain

Vice president

Randy Petersen


Gerald Lyons

IT Manager

Dan Post

Member at Large

Randy Round

Member at large

Brent Kormanicki

Member at large

Kelly Keen

Member at Large

Michael Tilleard

Member at Large

Bill Hobbins

Join us.

We host meetings every 2nd Tuesday of each month at 7:00PM.
Except July & August

Talk to a member that has received prostate cancer treatment

You may not want to ask questions at a group meeting. You may want to speak with someone having the same issues. You may want to talk with someone who has gone through the same treatment you are considering. Or after treatment, you may be dealing with complications.