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..

Sunday, September 11, 2016

Dorval Walk-a-thon Hope & Cope teamDorval, Sources and St. Henri Auto Parts Walk-a-thon. Mark your calendars and plan to attend this festive, family-friendly and scenic 7 km walk. You’ll be well hydrated and well fed, with a BBQ following the walk. All proceeds support Hope & Cope’s highly effective cancer exercise program. For more information about participating in this fundraiser as a walker, supplier or sponsor, please contact us at 514 340-8222 ext 6868 or by e-mail: hopeandcopeevents@jgh.mcgill.ca

Wednesday, September 14, 2016

Bladder Cancer Patient Education Meeting, 6:30 p.m. – 8:30 p.m., presented by Bladder Cancer Canada in association with Hope & Cope. Patients, caregivers and the general public are invited to attend  this free information session at our Wellness Centre / Lou’s House featuring experts in the field of bladder cancer as well as inspiring patient stories. You must register in advance by calling 1 866 674-8889 or on line at www.bladdercancercanada.org  http://buff.ly/2a9Kjzi     Capture - Bladder Cancer Canada

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 is 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. Note 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

Inspiring Acts of Kindness – Part One

Inspiring Acts of Kindness – Part One

In mid-July, when Richard saw the poster advertising Hope & Cope’s annual summer BBQ for young families and young adults with cancer, he had an idea. Without telling a soul, he headed home to rifle through his collection of toys – some of which he had bought...

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Mourning Walk helps ease the pain of grief and loss

Mourning Walk helps ease the pain of grief and loss

On a sultry July day, with the threat of rain in the air, a dozen people gathered at Smith House on Mount-Royal Park to participate in the 5th Anniversary Mourning Walk, followed by a pot-luck picnic. They were grieving their wives, husbands, mothers, fathers,...

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Hats off to Bernie Fersten

Hats off to Bernie Fersten

When a Hope & Cope volunteer brought a sample of a beautiful turban to hat manufacturer Bernie Fersten, owner of Fersten Headwear, and asked him if he could find a supplier, Mr. Fersten eagerly accepted the challenge. Little did he know that this would mark the...

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Lots of excitement here today at Lou’s House, the scene of a photo shoot for the October edition of Chatelaine (in French) magazine. The in-depth article is about cancer wellness and the value of organizations like Hope & Cope. Our “mystery model” will be revealed when the magazine hits the newsstands in mid-September!

Aujourd'hui, l'enthousiasme est à son comble « Chez Lou » qui s'est transformé en lieu de séance photo pour le numéro d'octobre du magazine Chatelaine (en français). L'article de fond traite du cancer et du bien-être que peuvent apporter des organisations comme L'espoir, c'est la vie. Notre « modèle mystère » sera révélé au moment de la sortie en kiosque du magazine, à la mi-septembre!
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