Welcome to Hope & Cope

We’re here to help you live well at every stage of cancer – from the shock of diagnosis through treatment, recovery and survivorship. If you are affected by cancer our innovative, evidence-based programs, offered in a warm, welcoming environment, will help you get back on track.

Upcoming Events

To view all of our daily classes, workshops, lectures and special events, please see our Events and activities page..

Saturday, June 4, 2016

Antony Proteau Ball Hockey Tournament. Be part of the action – join an existing team, form your own, become a sponsor and make sure to attend in this fierce but friendly tournament and fun family day. As in the past, money raised through the Antony Proteau Fund will help support Hope & Cope’s young adult programming. 5th Annual Antony Proteau Ball Hockey Tournament

Wednesday, June 15, 2016 – Annual Cancer Survivorship Day

Cancer & Spirituality: Finding faith during illness, recovery and survivorship. Join us as a panel of experts discusses this fascinating topic. The discussion will be followed by a dessert reception. Survivorship Day 2016 flyer

Advisory from the City of Montreal

Beginning May 16, there will be major roadwork on the north side of Côte Ste. Catherine Road

The City of Montreal will be undertaking major infrastructure work (sewers, water mains, sidewalks, lighting) on Côte Ste. Catherine Road between Victoria Ave. and Côte des Neiges Rd. for a period of several months. The first phase, beginning May 16th, will affect the north side, where the Jewish General Hospital and Lou’s House are located. Expected impact will include traffic delays,full or partial closure of streets and intersections, limited street parking in the surrounding neighbourhood and the rerouting of the 129 bus (westbound – towards Décarie) to Edouard-Monpetit and Victoria, where it will stop in front of the Côte-Sainte-Catherine métro. Nnote that métro access will be maintained. For the safety of everyone, please obey all traffic signs and give yourself extra time to get here.



Latest News

Patricia Bridgman, pillar of strength

Today, April 5th, is National Carers Day “Because I Care – Recognizing Caring Canadians!” http://www.carerscanada.ca In 1994, Deborah Bridgman was a 29-year-old mother of two young girls, Shannon, who was 7 years old at the time, and Ariel, who was 3, and... read more

La cafétéria de McKesson Canada s’est transformée en chaîne de montage alors que les employés assemblaient 500 trousses de réconfort pour les patients hospitalisés. Chaque trousse, emballée dans un sac réutisable, comprenne une bouteille d’eau, une couverture polaire, une brosse dents, du dentifrice, du baume pour les lèvres et une paire de chaussettes.

McKesson is a company with heart ! For the second year in a row, they chose Hope & Cope as the beneficiary of their generosity. We were awed by the speed and efficiency on display as close to 40 employees spent part of their lunch hour packing these comfort kits and attaching beautiful hand-written messages of support to each kit. Hope & Cope volunteers, Charlene Freger (Hospital Visiting Team Leader) and Sonia Hazan (Office Team Leader) were on hand to tell the employees how much our patients appreciate this thoughtful gesture. Special thanks to the McKesson Angels : Emma Nardi, Kiran Gandhi, Josie Romanelli, Claudio Dilollo, Simon Tabah and Michelle Wilson.
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