What if we told you that it’s possible to delight your nearest and dearest with great gifts while at the same time supporting the 56,800 Quebecers who will be diagnosed with cancer this year?
 

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Last August, the Quebec Cancer Foundation launched an online directory of resources for the healthcare system and for people affected by cancer and their loved ones. Today, the thousands of resources indexed in this directory are also available in English.
 

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To mark the return of the album Country in record stores on November 6, Guylaine Tanguay is presenting a second video clip featuring L'incontournable, a number from her Country album that was released on May 28. The Guylaine Tanguay team shot this music video in the Rawdon region to recapture the charm of the countryside.
 

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​The Quebec Cancer Foundation and the Quebec consortium Clinical Research in Oncology (Q-CROC) have entered into a partnership to optimize the support offered to people with cancer and their loved ones.
 

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Since last May, Quebecers of all ages and backgrounds have been mobilizing across the province in preparation for the 3rd edition of La marche du Grand défoulement, which has been reinvented this year in response to COVID-19 as "La marche de chez toi" (the "Walk-at-home"). Together, despite these difficult times, they raised more than $260,000 for the Quebec Cancer Foundation. 
 

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The co-signatories of this letter are the leaders of five provincial not-for-profit organizations, working directly with people living with cancer and their loved ones. Together, they provide services to more than 55,000 Quebecers each year.
 

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It is with the deepest sorrow that we pay tribute here to Caroline Nadeau, a beneficiary of our complementary therapies, who passed away this summer. A tribute may move us to tears, but it can also help to calm us. It leads us to understand that dealing with loss does not mean forgetting the person who has left us, but keeping alive the memory of what she brought us.
 

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Ever since the pandemic was first announced last March, the Quebec Cancer Foundation has been redoubling its efforts to find creative solutions that will enable it to continue supporting Quebecers with cancer and their loved ones. The services we offer have been revamped to ensure that they are maintained as fully as possible. The charity events have also been reinvented in order to adapt to the current context. Following is a brief overview of the changes that have already taken place, or will do so in the near future, along with a number of new features.
 

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The Quebec Cancer Foundation is officially opening the doors of its new accommodation centre in Lévis to people affected by cancer and is getting ready to welcome its first residents and beneficiaries as of September 28, 2020.
 

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The Quebec Cancer Foundation has excellent news to announce today: the launch of an online resource directory for people affected by cancer.
 

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