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CHU Sainte-Justine Foundation

This year, Elliot will be spending the holidays at home for the first time since he started his treatments. So now there are two trees he’s looking forward to seeing all lit up.

CHU Sainte-Justine Foundation

For Giving Tuesday, Carey Price is calling on people across Quebec to do even more to brighten the lives of the children and families who will be spending the holidays in the hospital this year. Two days to make 50,000 lights glow!

Jean-Sébastien Lemire, Vice President Network Rythme FM

Since 2007, the Sainte-Justine's Tree of Lights has been shining for the children and families of Quebec. It is a perfect example of a successful collaboration between the Foundation and Rythme, whose original idea became a huge wave of light and hope!

Sophie Gravel, CHU Sainte-Justine

When you have a preterm baby, your life turns upside down. You’re racked with fear and uncertainty. Why me? Why us? I, for one, didn’t fully appreciate what we went through until years later…

Jacynthe Côté, Chair of the Board of Directors, CHU Sainte-Justine Foundation

On National Philanthropy Day, I am celebrating the hope that lives within you – that lives within all of us. Thank you for helping build the future of our society!

CHU Sainte-Justine Foundation

Back in 1907, one out of every four children in Montreal didn't survive past their first birthday. Irma LeVasseur and Justine Lacoste-Beaubien took it upon themselves to improve the situation, rallying the whole community together to create what would eventually become Sainte-Justine.

CHU Sainte-Justine Foundation

The Quebec 1,000 (Q1K) project is being spearheaded by some of the top scientific leaders in the autism field at five key institutions in Quebec. It will help accelerate the pace of discovery and integrate research outcomes into healthcare practices for autism.

My story  

The Earthquake

Josianne Dicaire, mother

Life took our two little boys away from us. It also robbed me of my innocence and naivety when it came to motherhood. But what I lost there, I gained in awareness of how precious a child’s health is and what a miracle life can be. Our story is both a sad and a happy one. The years we have spent between these walls has made us realize what the most precious things are: life, love and empathy.