Québec


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BROME-MISSISQUOI
Contact: 
Peter Tetreault
Phone: (450) 242-1810

Contact: Gib Rotheram
Phone: (450) 242-2425

Email: questco@sympatico.ca
Meet: 2nd Monday of each month
St. Paul Anglican Church
24 St. Paul Rd.
Lac Brome, Knowlton, QC
6:30 PM
Groupe de soutien canadian pour le cancer de la prostate de Laval
Contact:
 Francois Diotte
Phone: (450) 978-7666
Meet: 1st Monday of each month
(except June, July, and August)
Hospital de la Cite de la Sante,
Local D-1021
1755, Boul. Rene-Laennec, Laval
4:00 PM
Groupe de soutien du cancer de la prostate - CHUM
Contact: Claude Chiccoine
Phone: (514) 890-8000 ext. 24619
Email: prostatechum@gmail.com
Web: www.soutienprostatechum.org
Meet: 2nd Monday of each month
(except July, August, and December)
Salon Lucien Lacoste, 1er étage, Pav. Mailloux
Hôpital Notre-Dame
rue 1560 Sherbrooke E.
Groupe de soutien du cancer de la prostate - Mauricie
Contact:
 Carole Morin
Phone: (819) 375-3295
Email: cancerquebec.trv@fqc.qc.ca
Meet: 1st Tuesday of each month
(except May to October)
3110 Rue Louis Pasteur, Trois-Rivieres
4:00 PM
HÔPITAL GÉNÉRAL JUIF
Contact:
 Sophie Picquot
Phone: (514) 340-3616
Email: info.wellnesscentre@bellnet.ca
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PCCN MONTRÉAL WEST ISLAND
Contact:
 Fred Crombie
Phone: (514) 694-6412
Email: fred.crombie@videotron.ca
Web: www.mtlwiprostcansupportgrp.ca
Meet: 4th Thursday of each month
(except July, August, and December)
Sarto Desnoyers Comm. Centre
1335 Lakeshore, Dorval
7:30 PM

 

 





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