Super heroes and the Easter Bunny entertained families at the Cure Starts Now Canada’s pancake breakfast. The breakfast is to raise funds for to help researchers find a cure for a rare form of brain cancer called diffuse intrinsic pontine glioma (DIPG), which is terminal upon diagnosis. (James MacKenzie/Black Press)

PHOTOS: Pancakes, superheroes and Easter Bunny flip for a cure

The Cure Starts Now Canada benefits from Sunday event

Superheroes and the Easter Bunny entertained families at the Cure Starts Now Canada’s pancake breakfast. Little ones flocked to the breakfast to raise funds for to help researchers find a cure for a rare form of brain cancer called diffuse intrinsic pontine glioma (DIPG), which is terminal upon diagnosis.

All proceeds from Sunday’s Easter Egg Hunt and Pancake Breakfast in Saanich went to The Cure Starts Now Canada.



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Seeing stars Craig Fleming, as superman, entertains a family as they have breakfast. Superheroes and the Easter Bunny entertained families at the Cure Starts Now Canada’s pancake breakfast. All proceeds from Sunday’s Easter Egg Hunt and Pancake Breakfast in Saanich went to The Cure Starts Now Canada. (James MacKenzie/Black Press)

Mary Watkins, Steve Purych and Stacey Watkins serve up a tasty pancake breakfast. (James MacKenzie/Black Press)

Neva Berube high-fives Iron-Man at the Cure Starts Now Canada’s pancake breakfast with Easter Bunny and Superheroes on Sunday, March 10. (James MacKenzie/Black Press)

Brody plays with some Easter Eggs at the Cure Starts Now Canada’s pancake breakfast with Easter Bunny and Superheroes.(James MacKenzie/Black Press)

Superhero Victoria volunteers entertain children and adults at the Cure Starts Now Canada’s pancake breakfast with Easter Bunny and Superheroes. (James MacKenzie/Black Press)

Ashley Bowers and Cari Comboye organized the Cure Starts Now Canada’s pancake breakfast with Easter Bunny and Superheroes. Cari’s son, Liam, passed away in 2018 from a rare form of brain cancer called diffuse intrinsic pontine glioma (DIPG), which is terminal upon diagnosis. (James MacKenzie/Black Press)

Ryan Berube is worthy enough to lift Thor‘s hammer at the Cure Starts Now Canada’s pancake breakfast with Easter Bunny and Superheroes. (James MacKenzie/Black Press)

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