I was initially diagnosed with a sarcoma cancer in August 2016 and I've been dealing with my diagnosis ever since. Unfortunately on February 13th I received the news that my cancer had spread to the lump. My diagnosis is stage 4 high grade sarcoma metastatic liposarcoma of the right chest wall has been devastating for myself and my family members. I would like to travel home to the Philippines with my husband and 15 year old daughter to take time to say goodbye to my family members.
I would like to visit my Mom who is presently living on Vancouver island. I am living in Charlottetown PEI. I would like to be able to see and meet my Mom again after finding out she is terminally ill. I haven't seen her in person in a number of years. At present I have only be able to communicate by phone. Mom has recently been diagnosed with lung, bowl, and cervical cancer and has just old me. I want to see my mother to reconnect and spend some quality time with her. I know that my Mom would really like this as well. The trip would mean a lot to the both of us, to have the ability to connect could otherwise not happen as I cannot afford to go across the country.
My name is Edith and I am a palliative home care client. I was diagnosed with advanced Stage 4 Pancreatic and Breast Cancer. I have "very little time left." I am a mother of 7 children (ages 14-24) and I have been in Canada for many years. My children and I are Canadian citizens but my husband lives in Nigeria. My husband would love to come to Canada right now but due to finances we are unable to have him come. There is so much we need to take care of as a couple before my time is up. I really want to see us altogether to be able to say the things I need to. Please consider my application for my husband, he already has his travel visa and can come anytime.
I have a terminal illness (breast cancer that Metastasis in my bones). I need to travel to my hometown in the Philippines to see my mother as she is now 86 years old and sick. I am worried about my mom because she has lost a lot of weight and is not eating or moving very well. I need to see her and spend some time with her.
My sister is terminally ill due to cancer. We have not seen each other in over 40 years. Marcia had a nurse call me to see if I was willing to come and see her. During the conversation I asked the nurse about Marcia's condition and she told me Marcia only had a matter of weeks left. I would like to travel from the United States to Canada to be with my sister in her last days.