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..

Tuesday, May 17, 2016

Not so swell: What you can do to prevent and treat lymphodema. Dr. Anna Towers, an internationally recognized expert on the complications of cancer treatment, will discuss this important topic. Lymphedema lecture 2016 EN HG

Saturday, May 21, 2016

A Step for Life at Metropolis. Don’t miss this riveting fundraiser featuring Quebec’s best dancers who light up the stage with their choreography and their talent. Proceeds will support Hope & Cope’s young adult programming. Un pas pour la vie

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 & Sprituality: 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. Cancer and spirituality



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

We’re on TV!

“A cancer diagnosis can be devastating. But that’s when the Hope & Cope Wellness Centre becomes so important. We speak with them about how they help people through every stage — from diagnosis to treatment and recovery.” Check out the link... read more

#Webcast - On Tuesday, May 10th at 6pm (Eastern) the Canadian Cancer Society is hosting a live webcast on CancerConnection.ca, Seeking Fertility Options while Navigating the Path of Breast Cancer Treatment.
During this webcast they will be speaking with Dr. Ellen Warner, Dr. Karen Glass, and Sonia Racco and they will discuss:

· Options for fertility preservation

· Frozen Embryo Transfer (FET) and In Vitro Fertilization (IVF)

· Fertility decisions based on the journey of a breast cancer survivor
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Inscription auprès de Hinda Goodman au 514-340-8222, poste 5531:

- Penser autrement pour mieux vivre: 2 ateliers d’une journée, en anglais, le mercredi 4 mai ou le lundi 20 juin, de 10 h à 15 h. Un léger repas sera fourni. Les participants ayant des restrictions alimentaires doivent apporter leur repas.

- Belle et bien dans sa peau, les mardis 17 mai ou 21 juin, de 13 h à 15 h.

- Après le cancer, reprenez votre vie en mains! En anglais, le dimanche 5 juin, de 8 h 45 à 14 h 30. Un léger repas sera fourni. Les participants ayant des restrictions alimentaires doivent apporter leur repas. Commandité en partie par Abbott Nutrition

Groupes de soutien:
- Groupe de soutien pour patients et aidants, les mercredis 11, 25 mai, 8 et 22 juin, de 19 h à 20 h 30.
- Groupe de soutien pour patients et aidants, en français, les mercredis 11 mai et 8 juin, de 19 h à 20 h 30.
- Groupe de soutien: Après les traitements, les mercredis, 25 mai en français, et 22 juin en anglais, de 19h à 20h30.
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Hope & Cope shared Brain Tumour Foundation of Canada's album. ... See MoreSee Less

May 1, 2016, with thanks to the Niagara Falls Illumination Board, the lights turned orange to raise awareness of brain tumours at the start of Brain Tumour Awareness Month! www.BrainTumour.ca/BTAM

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Volunteers extraordinaire including Deborah Bridgman, who sits on Hope & Cope's Board, and young adult dynamo Julie Szasz, representing Hope & Cope's CancerFightClub Community, are down in Denver this weekend to participate in Stupid Cancer's CancerCon!! Thanks to the Maxine Lazarus Endowment Fund for generously sponsoring our volunteers! ... See MoreSee Less

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This Mother's Day, show the women in your life how much you love them and support cancer survivors at the same time! Participants in our jewelry workshops have hand crafted gorgeous beaded key chains and necklaces that are being sold for the very reasonable price of $10-12 each. Best of all, 100% of the proceeds will go back into our wonderful programs at our Wellness Centre / Lou's House. To check out the collection and purchase your gifts, drop by Lou's House, 4635 Côte Ste. Catherine Road (corner Lavoie) Monday - Friday from 9:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m., Thursday, May 5 until 8 p.m. ... See MoreSee Less

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Hope & Cope is funded through the generous financial support of the community. Every gift, large or small, makes a difference.


Survivorship Day 2014 service with a smile

Experience the rewards of giving back! Join our team of 500+ volunteers.


at the grill

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