Hope & Cope
Please note that our offices within the Jewish General Hospital and our Cancer Wellness Centre will be closed for the Passover and Easter holidays Friday, April 19 – Monday, April 22 inclusive. We will reopen on Tuesday morning.
Happy holidays to all!
We’re here to help you live well at every stage of cancer. Whether you are dealing with a new diagnosis, a recurrence or advanced cancer, we’ve got you covered with innovative, evidence-based programs, offered in a warm, welcoming environment.
To see our Wellness Centre in action during our Open House last summer, check out this video:
Voices of Hope Choir Concert, May 26, 2:30 p.m. at Saint Malachy’s Parish
Summer Dream is the theme of this uplifting concert featuring cancer survivors and volunteers who rehearse every week at the Hope & Cope Cancer Wellness Centre. Cost: $20 – free for children under 12. To purchase your tickets, please call 514 340-3616 OR 514 340-8255. Summer Dream
Learning from Remarkable Cancer Survivors, June 3, 7 p.m. at the Jewish General Hospital
Featuring Dr. Rob Rutledge
Join us for our annual celebration of cancer survivorship! Our guest speaker, radiation oncologist Dr. Rob Rutledge is a dynamic communicator who believes passionately in empowering people on their healing journey with science, wisdom and compassion. Topics will include how to maximize your chance of recovery, the body-mind-spirit connection, and scientifically-proven healing skills.
Admission is FREE and open to the public. The evening includes door prizes, refreshments and free parking. Doors open at 6:30 p.m.; program begins at 7 p.m. To register, call 514 340-8255.
To learn more about Dr. Rutledge’s approach to healing, visit healing and cancer
From our home base on Côte Ste. Catherine Road to Montreal’s City Hall, from Orford in the Eastern Townships to Ottawa, Ontario, from Stowe, Vermont to Mount Kilimanjaro in Africa, Hope & Cope continues to make its mark.
Our Annual Review newsletter is hot off the press! Click here to read about the many exciting and creative ways our community of volunteers, donors, lay leaders and staff help hundreds of people cope with cancer.
Fifty-three! That’s how many responses we received when we asked cancer patients and caregivers to nominate a Hope & Cope volunteer who lifted them up and helped them through their cancer experience. The submissions were heartfelt, the gratitude genuine and the...read more
World Cancer Day takes place every year on February 4, as a platform for raising awareness of cancer and encouraging its prevention, detection, and treatment. In recognition of #WorldCancerDay, McGill University’s Ingram School of Nursing (ISoN) and Hope & Cope...read more
The season of giving and the desire to bring joy to cancer patients prompted students at two schools to get busy and get creative! Students at St. George’s in Westmount gathered in their school’s kitchen to bake cookies and create hand-written cards with inspirational...read more
When two-time cancer survivor Susan Wener grew her left lung from 45% capacity to 90% capacity after having her right lung surgically removed due to lung cancer, her doctors were stunned, telling her that what she had done was anatomically impossible. Her immediate...read more