Édouard, my bright, shining boy, you were the wings that lifted us up. For you, we would’ve flown all the way to the moon. I like to think that these wings will eventually lead us to the answer that unlocks your treasure. We will use them to keep flying, in search of our quest, only differently than before.
One Miracle out of Two
When I found out I was carrying twins, it was one of the happiest moments of my life. I was elated, and a little in shock. I couldn’t believe it. I basked in a few weeks of absolute bliss before it all came tumbling down.
Maud Cohen, President and Chief Executive Officer of the CHU Sainte-Justine Foundation, has announced she will be stepping down from her position on March 31, 2022, after more than seven years at the head of the organization. The Board of Directors is therefore initiating its succession plan, under which Delphine Brodeur will take over the role effective April 1, 2022.
Born a Superhero
Charly was barely a few weeks old when he underwent heart surgery. Inspired by his epic strength and grateful to his super-caregivers at Sainte-Justine, his family will serve as ambassadors for the very first Halloween Hunt for Sainte-Justine ─ Superhero Edition, on October 28, 2021.
The Storm Before the Calm
I’ll admit I never imagined myself to be a mother who would need Sainte-Justine to such an extent. And I’ll admit I always thought these kinds of things happened to other people. This is our story, and I’d like to share it with you.
Getting Back on Track
It was October 17, 2020. Thierry was riding his scooter in his hometown of Sainte-Hélene-de-Mancebourg, in the Abitibi region, on a way to a friend’s house. It was a brisk autumn evening like any other… until it wasn’t. Thierry was struck by an oncoming car. His life would never be the same again.
9 Years, 1,000+ Stitches
In his nine short years, Nathan has already had more than 1,000 stitches. He has a rare condition that has put his skin through the wringer over time. But your gifts are making a real difference and opening up a world of possibility for him.
In 2021, the opportunities for innovation in pediatric medicine are more mind-blowing than ever before. Stepping up our efforts to continue to offer the very best in patient care and research is essential. We have the power — and the collective responsibility — to transform this level of expertise and knowledge into promising new opportunities.