One in two Quebecers will face cancer during their lifetime. This could be a family member, a friend or a colleague. The announcement of a diagnosis gives rise to all kinds of emotions, questions and worries – not only for the person directly concerned, but also for their loved ones and their colleagues.

Being better equipped to deal with cancer

These mini-talks offer a way to explore all the resources available to you when cancer affects the workplace.
  • A free turnkey formula, about thirty minutes long, that is adapted to your particular work situation.
  • The talk is delivered in clear, simple language to permit every employee to gain a better understanding of cancer and to discover the major risk factors, thereby making them better equipped to cope with the disease.
They are offered by a staff member of the Quebec Cancer Foundation.

To hear Dr. Philippe Sauthier, Director of the Quebec Cancer Foundation’s Board of Administration, on the subject of these mini-talks, click here.

If you would like to host a mini-talk, or require further information, please contact:

Amélie Granger

Conselor,  fundraising and campaigns
514-527-2194, ext. 252 or 1-800-363-0063

Quebec City
Suzanne Létourneau
418-657-5334, ext.114 or 1-800-363-0063

Marie-Claude Borja

Coordinator, development and special events
819-822-2125, ext. 423 or 1-800-363-0063
Steeve Michaud
Director, Outaouais Regional Centre and Lodge
819-561-2262, ext. 322 or 1-800-363-0063

Francine Lacroix

Coordinator, development and volunteers
819-693-4242, ext. 522 or 1-800-363-0063​​​​​​​

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