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Daffodil Ball raises $1,709,750

“Lumicia” was the theme of the thirtiethH Daffodil Ball edition for the Canadian Cancer Society. The Daffodil Ball has become the largest fundraising event for cancer in Canada.

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Honorary Co-Chairs, Benoit Lacoste Bienvenue, KPMG, and Julie Godin, CGI, are accompanied by Andrea Seal, CEO, Canadian Cancer Society, as well as Honorary Co-Chairs, Sylvie Demers, Groupe Banque TD, and Philip Getty, Cogeco.

Pierre-Carl Pelado, President and CEO of Quebecor, and his wife, Pascale Bourbeaux, with their guests, Robert Charlebois, Lawrence Charlebois, Claude Blanchett, former Prime Minister Pauline Marois, Claude Meunier, Virginie Cossa, Fabien Laroche, and Michel Trudeau.

The Prime Minister, François Legault, together with his wife, Isabelle Brice, wanted to congratulate the organizing committee of the Bal de la Daffodil.

In 2020, CCS awarded more than $7 million in grants in the cities of Montreal, Quebec, and Sherbrooke alone. The Minister of Health, Christian Dubi, accompanied by his wife, José Pirro.

CCS has funded 190 talented principal investigators. Among the former prime ministers in attendance was Jean Charest, who was accompanied by his wife, Michelle Dion.

Varda Étienne accompanied by Vania Aguiar and Isabelle Racicot, co-host of the evening, and Brigitte Filiatrault (BFRP).

Many businessmen support Daffodil’s ball, including Charles Emond, CEO of Caisse de Depot et placement du Québec, shown here with his wife, Renée-Claude Boivin.

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