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BROME-MISSISQUOI
Contact: Peter Tetreault or Gib Rotheram
P: Peter Tetreault - (450) 242-1810 or Gib Rotheram -  (450) 242-2425
E:questco@sympatico.ca
Meet: 2nd Monday of every month
6:30pm
24 St. Paul Rd. (St. Paul Anglican Church)
Lac Brome, (Knowlton), QC

JEWISH GENERAL HOSPITAL - HOPE AND COPE
Contact: Yvon Patry
P: 514 340-3616
Meet: 3rd Tuesday of the month (except July)
Jewish General Hospital
9:30 AM
4635, Chemin de la Côte Ste Catherine, Montreal, H3W 1M1

PCCN MONTREAL WEST ISLAND
Contact: Fred Crombie 
P: 514 694-6412
E: fred.crombie@videotron.ca
 http://www.mtlwiprostcansupportgrp.ca/
Meet: 4th Thursday (except July, August, and December)
Sarto Desnoyers Comm. Centre, 1335 Lakeshore, Dorval
7:30 PM 

Groupe de soutien du cancer de la prostate - CHUM 
Contact: Claude Chiccoine
P: 514 890 8000 ext. 24619
E: prostatechum@gmail.com
Meet: 2nd Monday of the month (except July and August)
5:00 PM
Hospital Notre-Dame du CHUM (Plessis street parking)
1560, rue Sherbrooke Est, Montreal, Salon Lucien Lacoste, 1st Floor - Pavillon Mailloux

Groupe de soutien canadian pour le cancer de la prostate de Laval
Contact: Francois Diotte
P: 450 978-7666
Meet 1st Monday of the month (except June, July, August)
4:00 PM
Hospital de la Cite de la Sante, Local D-1021
1755, Boul. Rene-Laennec, Laval

Groupe de soutien du cancer de la prostate - Mauricie
Contact: Carole Morin
P: 819-375-3295
E: cancerquebec.trv@fqc.qc.ca
Meet: 1st Tuesday of the Month (except May to October)
4:00 PM
3110 Rue Louis Pasteur, Trois-Rivieres

 

 


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