Annual Report

Each year, the annual report of the Quebec Cancer Foundation presents our latest achievements in terms of service and fundraising activities along with a detailed financial statement. In it you will discover the life of the Foundation.

2018 Annual Report: English | French
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Watch this video and learn more about the unique mission of the Quebec Cancer Foundation. You can witness firsthand a day in the life of people with cancer receiving the Foundation’s help and hear for yourself a touching account about how relevant our information, support and lodging services have proven to be.

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