The Mayor of Trent Hills is trying to turn up the heat on the provincial government and a surgery which is not being done in Canada.
We have told you about Hector Macmillan and his pancreatic cancer before.
He could only get palliative chemotherapy in Canada, so he headed to Germany, where he had a surgery, which he says has saved his life.
On Thursday, Macmillan will be at Princess Margaret Cancer Centre in Toronto, protesting on the front steps.
Macmillan says the province has a tool he calls the nano knife machine, which he says will save lives, however the government wants more research on the technology.
It is already being used in the United States and Europe.