Let`s Make Cancer History

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Let`s Make Cancer History
Annual Report 2000
Quebec Division
Let’s Make Cancer History
”We are proud
to display our
new image.”
Mission Statement
The Canadian Cancer Society is
The Canadian Cancer Society’s
New Logo
Mission Statement
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The Canadian Cancer Society’s New Logo
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Major Activities in 2000
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ing number of competitors who are emerging
Allocation of Funds in 2000
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with a youthful, current and vibrant look.
Message from the President
Changing the Canadian Cancer Society’s
organization of volunteers whose
visual identity is part of a wide range of initia-
mission is the eradication of can-
tives we are taking to revitalize our public
cer and the enhancement of the
image. This move is in response to the grow-
quality of life of people living with
national
cancer.
The Canadian Cancer Society,
in partnership with the National
Cancer
Institute
of
Canada,
achieves its mission through
research, education, patient serv-
Market studies
Studies conducted across Canada, in both
urban and rural areas, show that Quebecers
and Canadians alike have a very positive perception of the Society, which they associate
with strength, stability, rigour and power.
ices and advocacy for healthy
public policy. These efforts are
supported by volunteers and staff
and the Executive Director
Administrative Structure
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The Lodge Celebrates its 10th Anniversary
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The Millennium Daffodil Ball
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2000 Financial Statement
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List of Grand Donors
While one in ten respondents could identify
10-11
National Cancer Institute of Canada
the Society’s caduceus, most viewed the daf-
and funds raised in communities
fodil as the symbol that best captures their per-
across Canada.
ceptions of the Society : empathy, compassion
and hope.
The daffodil, a fresh new symbol
The first version of the daffodil was abstract
and plain, a concept that won public approval.
Society volunteers, however, expressed their
preference for an image that captures the
flower’s true likeness. The logo we settled on
marries the two concepts: the daffodil retains the abstract elements of
the first draft but is vividly framed in a pure
blue square.
Conclusion
The Canadian Cancer Society’s new logo
successfully combines these divergent perspectives : the shapes range from free flowing
to a more anchored appearance; while the
bright yellow contrasts sharply with the pure
blue. The whole elegantly reflects the hope
and compassion, strength and rigour that
define the Society.
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pages
Why change our logo ?
community-based
a
Summary
- Sponsored Researchers in Quebec in 2000
Administrative Regional Offices
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Major Activities in 2000
Revenue
Fundraising campaigns
2,026,357
Special events
4,613,089
“In Memoriam” donations
1,489,033
Bequests
1,038,382
313,311
Patients’ lodge
Tobacco control - “Air pur”
63,504
Investments
47,805
Other revenue
12,263
Expenses
Public education
1,657,463
Services for people living with cancer
1,444,452
685,714
Administration
Cost of fundraising campaigns
1,007,177
Cost of special events
1,016,844
National assessments
3,501,571
National Cancer Institute of Canada
384,770
National program
Research
Services for people living with cancer
Public education
Campaign
Allocation
of funds in 2000 (%)
Administration
Expenses
(in millions of dollars)
National program
Revenue
(in millions of dollars)
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Message from
the President of the Division
and the Executive Director
T
he Canadian Cancer Society has a new face! The caduceus, a symbol of the unrelenting fight against cancer for
60 years, and an emblem of the medical world, has served the Society well over many years of darkness. Today,
the daffodil has taken its place as the Society’s official logo. A symbol of hope and courage, the daffodil faithfully
reflects the realities of an organization that is engaged in the fight against cancer on several fronts, including cancer research, education in cancer prevention and support to people living with cancer.
The daffodil—a long-time presence within the organization—has come to be recognized by our people as an
emblem of the Canadian Cancer Society. Who has not heard of Daffodil Days, which usher in spring every year?
In Quebec alone, annual daffodil sales bring in over $1 million. And then there are the many events that take
place across Quebec where our representative flower, a sight familiar to the public, trumpets both strength and
compassion.
The new millennium was an ideal opportunity for the Canadian Cancer Society to adopt a new image and a
new slogan, unveiled here for the first time: “Let’s make cancer history.”
In closing, a word from your president, who is completing her term with a heavy heart, leaving behind a role
that placed her at the heart of the action for two very short years. “Our new slogan captures the essence of what
every president hopes to accomplish during a mandate. We can be proud of our many successes in areas such
as research, programs and fundraising. But much remains to be done. The fight will not be over until cancer is
history. The key to our success is our dedicated team of volunteers, our capable staff and our generous donors.”
Thank you!
Nicole Magnan
Executive Director
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Louise Robic
President
Administrative Structure
Membres of the Board
1999-2000
Robic, Louise, President
Montreal
Aird, Michel
Montreal
Belleville, Edmond
Lévis
Bissonnette, Robert
Boucherville
Blackburn, Michel
Ste-Thérèse
Boudreau, Lucette
Carleton
Bouillé-Drouin, Odette
Montreal
Brillant-Fluehler, Suzanne
Westmount
Brisebois-Philion, Suzanne
Hull
Brunet, Linda
Kirkland
Cantin, Odette
Outremont
Caron, Ghislaine
Matane
Chassé, Mariette
Mont-Joli
Corriveau, Jean-Paul
Hull
Côté, Edmond
Brossard
D’Auteuil, Ida
Matane
Drolet, Danielle
Quebec City
Duguay, Jean-Paul
Gaspé
Dupuis-Martin, Jocelyne
Fermont
Engel, Edith
Quebec City
Gauvin, Louis
Beloeil
Généreux, Marc
Montreal
Girard, Gilles
Gatineau
Girard, Marcel
St-Romuald
Godbout-Fortier, Solange
Stoke
Guérin, Huguette
Pincourt
Hébert, Alain
Montreal
Labelle, Pierre
Montreal
Laberge, Georgette
Beauharnois
Labrie, Louise
Montreal
Lapointe, Jean-Pierre
Pointe-aux-Trembles
Lévesque, Aldéric
Ste-Angèle-de-Mérici
Mackey, Denyse
Beauharnois
Martineau, Joëlle
Hull
McDonald, Jacqueline
Lanthier
Mercier, Ernest
Quebec City
Naud, Yvan
Montreal
Nutini, Anne-Marie
Montreal
Pépin, Paul
St-Léonard-d’Aston
Pilon, Jean
Montreal
Poirier, Pierre
Montreal
Ranger, Stéphane
Vaudreuil-Dorion
St-Hilaire, Réjean
Rimouski
Tremblay, Diane
St-Élie
Truchon, Claudette
Jonquière
Vachon, Micheline
Coaticook
Members of the
Executive Committee
Senior Staff
Coordinators and
Regional Development
Officers
Robic, Louise, President
Montreal
Girard, Gilles, Past president
Gatineau
Naud, Yvan, Vice-president elect
Montreal
Hébert, Alain, Honorary Treasurer
Montreal
Duguay, Jean-Paul, Vice-president
Gaspé
Labelle, Pierre, Legal Counsel
Montreal
Aird, Michel, Member
Montreal
Bouillé-Drouin, Odette, Member
Montreal
Drolet, Danielle, Member
Quebec City
Généreux, Marc, Member
Montreal
Girard, Marcel, Member
St-Romuald
Laberge, Georgette, Member
Beauharnois
Labrie, Louise, Member
Montreal
Nutini, Anne-Marie, Member
Montreal
Pilon, Jean, Member
Montreal
Executive Director
Magnan, Nicole B.Com., MAP
Allard, Jean-Louis
Sud-Ouest
Director, Administrative Services
Laurin, Jean Pierre CA, MAP
Bolduc, Dennis
Saguenay-Lac St-Jean/
Chibougamau/Chapais/Côte-Nord
Committee Chairpersons
Communications Committee
Aird, Michel Montreal
Director, Montreal Information
Centre
Cancer Information Service
Desmarais, Robert MBA
Director, Communications
Mireault, Nicole MBA
Director, Revenue Development
Turcotte, Benoît
Director, Human Resources
Young, Linda MBA
Coordinator, Public Education
and Public Issues
Lemire, Suzanne
Coordinator, Patient Services
Richard, Laurent
Senior Cancer Information
Specialist
Montreal Information Centre
Cancer Information Service
Gasse, Louise BSc in N
(until June 30th 2000)
Senior Cancer Information
Specialist
Montreal Information Centre
Cancer Information Service
Lafantaisie, Line Dt. p.
Communications Officer
Lamontagne, Diane
Revenue Development Committee
Administrative Assistant to the
Généreux, Marc Montreal
Executive Director
Nominating Committee
Émond, Micheline
Girard, Gilles Gatineau
Development Officer, Emotional
Public Education Committee
Support Programs
Girard, Marcel St-Romuald
Lemaire, France
Finance Committee
Patients’ Lodge Attendant
Hébert, Alain Montreal
Quesnel, Andrée
Public Issues Committee
Supply Manager
Labrie, Louise Montreal
Lapointe, Claude
Planning Committee
Naud, Yvan Montreal
Medical Advisory
Nutini, Anne-Marie Montreal
Patient Services Committee
Pilon, Jean Montreal
Bourdeau, Francine
Montreal
Champagne, Nicole
Rive-Sud
Desmarais, Lise
Drummondville/Bois-Francs
Durocher, Manon
Laval/Lanaudière
Girard, Luce
Mauricie
Lafontaine, Julie
Outaouais
Lamothe, Louise
Richelieu/Yamaska
Lévesque, Steve
Québec/Chaudière/Appalaches
Loignon, Josée
Estrie
Martin, Thérèse
Bas-Saint-Laurent/Gaspésie
Pinel, Lyn
Abitibi-Témiscamingue/Jamésie
Tremblay, Michelle
Laurentides
Development Officers
Beaulieu, Maryse
Bigras, Isabelle
Brunet, Lysianne
Des Roches, Claire
Dufort, Lise
Flibotte, Annie
Fortin, Bertrand
Gamache, Doris
Gendron, Annie
Gratton, Judith
Hébert, Réjean
Larouche, Micheline
Lévesque, Michèle
Mercier, Colette
Pépin, Micheline
Racicot, Hélène
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A home away from home
The layout of the Lodge deserves special mention. In stark contrast to
the impersonal feel of most institutional settings, the architect created a
friendly and discreet environment that gives the Lodge all the warmth and
charm of a home away from home.
In addition to 30 double rooms, the Lodge has several beautifully decorated lounges, located on each floor. For the gregarious, the Lodge also
offers more spacious common rooms. In the summer, residents can enjoy
the three terraces as well as the garden.
An address worth noting
Since September 1989, the offices of the Quebec Division and the
Montreal region have been located at 5151 Assomption Boulevard, in
Montreal. The French language Cancer Information Service joined them in
1996.
A location to be proud of
By acquiring its own location, the Canadian Cancer Society was also
seeking to gain greater visibility and to make the Lodge an important centre for all cancer-related matters.
Since its inauguration in April 1990, some 5000 people have been residents at the Lodge and thousands of others have attended meetings
there, as well as symposia, conferences, training workshops, get togethers
and media events.
Over the last decade, the Lodge has become a place of choice for discussing cancer-related topics. Last year alone the Lodge hosted a wide
range of activities.
One Step at a Time
On December 9, a few days before the law prohibiting smoking in the
workplace came into effect, the Canadian Cancer Society invited the media
to attend the launching of its program One Step at a Time, intended for
smokers who want to kick the habit on their own.
The success of this announcement, which took place at the Lodge, was
instantaneous and unprecedented in the history of the Society.
In a room filled with curious journalists eager to find out about the
method prescribed by the Society—inspired by the Stages of Change
model—a drug addiction expert explained the five steps smokers need to
take to free themselves from their addiction: precontemplation, contemplation, preparation, action and maintenance.
As soon as the One Step at a Time program was announced on radio
and television, the phones started ringing off the hook at the Cancer
Information Service, which had lent its support to the initiative. In the days
that followed, the Information Service answered 5300 calls, 1107 of which
poured in in the first 24 hours. Normally, the Service responds to an average of 50 calls per day requesting information on cancer.
Thanks to the herculean efforts of the Society’s support staff, a crisis was
averted and the Information Service was able to rise to the occasion.
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Another challenge, another victory
As the province with the most smokers, Quebec has the highest mortality rate due to lung cancer. Clearly, the Society must work hard to convince
Quebecers to kick this deadly habit.
Louise Labrie, an outspoken anti-smoking activist and President of the
Public Interest Committee, heard about the “Quit and Win” contest and
decided to organize this initiative in collaboration with Acti-Menu. She
asked the Society to play a leading role. The idea behind the contest was
compelling: encourage smokers, with the support of a partner, to quit
smoking for six weeks in order to become eligible for the grand draw.
On January 20, in a jam-packed room in the Society Lodge, well-known
smokers were invited to take up the Challenge: Pierre Légaré was encouraged by his son; Gaston L’Heureux was coached by Dr. Richard Lessard;
and Bernard Fortin supported his brother, Dr. Marquis Fortin. It didn’t take
long for the news to hit the radio waves and television screens. The promotional material used throughout the province featured the Cancer
Information Service number 1-888-939-3333. As a result, the Service’s
specialists, assisted by Society staff, responded to 6264 requests for infor-
The Lodge
celebrates its
10th anniversary
Thanks to the generosity of
our donors, 5000 people—
shaken by the news of a cancer diagnosis and the prospect
of leaving loved ones to
undergo radiation therapy in
Montreal—have found the
comfort of a second home at
the Canadian Cancer
Society Lodge.
At an affordable price, the
Lodge offers them a comfortable room, three meals a day,
transportation to a radiology
centre as well as the reassuring presence of a caring team
of volunteers. Residents at the
Lodge are also given an
opportunity to forge meaningful friendships and to take part
in various cultural and recreational activities.
mation or material during the 6-week campaign.
The outcome was nothing short of a success: 20,400 smokers (the
number had originally been estimated at 20,000), backed by as many
partners, kicked the habit for at least 6 weeks, and were able to take
part in a contest in which everyone came out a winner, either by receiving one of the many prizes totaling $40,000, or by enjoying the health
benefits of living smoke-free for six weeks.
Morale + Quality of Life = Health
Do morale and quality of life have an impact on the health of those
affected by cancer? That would seem a perfectly obvious equation in
theory, but what is the reality?
This question was explored by seven speakers who were invited to
present their ideas and experience at a seminar held on April 26 to celebrate the 10th anniversary of the Lodge. A morning press conference
preceding the seminar enabled the experts to share the highlights of
their afternoon presentations with journalists.
An audience of 70 very attentive healthcare volunteers and professionals attended the seminar. The overriding theme of the seminar was
that while cancer is a frightening disease, it is not necessarily an incurable one. Increased rates of recovery are largely attributable to the positive dynamic in which patients, families and caregivers join forces to
attain a common goal: a return to a healthy life. There can be no doubt
that morale and quality of life play a determining role in this collective
effort toward recovery—a goal which is no longer an unattainable dream.
Louise Labrie (second from left),
initiated the « Quit & Win » contest
which tourned out to be a great
success.
There’s more…
Over the years, in response to the needs expressed by people living
with cancer, the Society produced a
calendar of recurring activities, from
September to June inclusively. In order
to accommodate as many people as
possible, activities are scheduled in
the morning, afternoon and evening.
Here is a typical month of activities
at the Society Lodge:
1st Monday of the month
3rd Monday of the month
Every Tuesday
Last Tuesday of the month
2nd Wednesday of the month
3rd Wednesday of the month
“Look Good…Feel Better” workshop
(afternoon)
“Look Good…Feel Better” workshop
(evening)
Reiki sessions (3 sessions)
Informal get-together
(afternoon)
Conference on a cancer-related topic
(evening)
Group meeting for people with cancer
(evening)
Group meeting for loved ones
(evening)
Activities are free. Given their popularity and limited space, it is best to
register in advance. Attendance varies from 20 to 80 people.
Mission accomplished
The Lodge has fulfilled the expectations of volunteers who oversaw its
construction and who dreamed of a large facility that would provide
accommodation and emotional and physical renewal, as well as references and exchanges on cancer-related matters.
The purpose of « Look
good, feel better » program
is to give hope to women
by helping them regain
confidence in themselves
and in life.
According to the present
speakers, morale and quality of life have a determining influence on health.
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The Millennium Daffodil Ball
Once in a blue moon the event of a lifetime takes place.
This is what the “Dream Team” of four high profile CoChairmen achieved with the Millennium Daffodil Ball, which
took place on Thursday, April 13th 2000, where 570 elegant
guests danced the night away at the Chalet du Mont-Royal.
The final result – an unprecedented
$1.4 million net profit.
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1. Guests included Suzanne Brillant-Fluehler, a Daffodil Ball
Committee member since the inaugural Ball in 1994, and her husband, Hans Fluehler.
2. Every guest received a luxurious gift generously donated by
Cartier and Holt Renfrew.
3. Samy Goz and his band from Paris entertained guests with a
sophisticated repertoire of Top 40, salsa, disco, French and Italian
music - all played without breaks.
4. (From left to right) The Hon. Lucienne Robillard, Marcel Dutil
(CEO, Canam Manac), Pierre Michaud (Chairman, Provigo and
Réno-Dépôt), Olivier Schlegel (Director for Canada, Swissair),
Louise Robic (President, Canadian Cancer Society, Quebec
Division) and Jacques Ménard (Chairman, Hydro-Québec).
5. Mila Mulroney and Ball Co-Chairman, Charles Cavell.
6. The “Dream Team” Co-Chairmen – (from left to right) André
Desmarais (CO-CEO, Power Corporation), Stephen Bronfman
(Chairman, Claridge SRB Investments), Charles Cavell (CEO,
Quebecor World) and Jacques Ménard (Chairman, HydroQuébec).
7. Committee members and Ball guests.
9. 570 guests, comprising the “Who’s Who” of Montreal’s social
and business communities, danced till the small hours at the
Chalet du Mont-Royal, a breathtakingly dramatic location overlooking the entire city.
10. A time to remember.
11. Record-breaking raffle ticket sales were inspired by the star
prize of a $65,000 safari vacation for 4 donated by long-time supporter Swissair and by Singita private game lodge.
8. For the 5th year, Montreal’s premier decorator, Gilbert
Lanouette of Fleurs Gilbert, created the decor, using 40,000 daffodils and “New Age” lighting effects to tie in with the millennium
theme.
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Management report
Financial report
Statement of revenue and expenses year ended September 30, 2000
2000
$
1999
$
2,026,357
4,613,089
1,489,033
1,038,382
313,311
63,504
47,805
12,263
9,603,744
1,919,421
3,332,293
1,397,568
1,525,529
356,579
77,294
32,233
29,154
8,670,071
1,657,463
1,444,452
685,714
1,007,177
1,016,844
5,811,650
1,611,486
1,606,091
553,003
1,015,034
691,331
5,476,945
3,501,571
384,770
9,697,991
(94,247)
3,067,469
363,983
8,908,397
(238,326)
To the Members of the Canadian
Cancer Society, Quebec Division
The financial statements of the
Division have been prepared by
management in accordance with
generally accepted accounting principles and necessarily include
amounts that are based on management’s best estimates and judg-
Revenue
Fundraising campaigns
Special events (Note 7)
“In Memoriam” donations
Bequests
Patients’ lodge
Tobacco control - “Air pur”
Investments
Other revenue
ments.
The Division maintains a system of
internal controls which provide management with reasonable assurance
that assets are safeguarded and reliable financial records maintained.
The Finance Committee meets
periodically with management and
external auditors to review internal
Expenses
Public education
Services for people living with cancer
Administration
Cost of fundraising campaigns
Cost of special events (Note 7)
National assessments
National Cancer Institute of Canada (Note 8)
National program
accounting controls and the application of accounting principles and
practices. In addition, it reports its
Deficiency of revenue over expenses
Statement of changes in net assets year ended September 30, 2000
findings to the Executive Committee
which reviews and approves the
financial statements contained in this
annual report.
Balance, beginning of year
(Deficiency) excess of revenue over expenses
Additions to capital assets
Balance, end of year
(1) Amortization of capital assets
Nicole Magnan M.A.P.
2000
Invested in capital assets Unrestricted
$
$
1,573,624 (1,061,847)
Total
$
511,777
1999
Total
$
750,103
(250,269 )
156,022
(94,247)
(238,326)
(7,403)
(913,228)
417,530
511,777
7,403
1,330,758
(1)
Balance sheet as at September 30, 2000
Executive Director
Assets
Cash
Accounts receivable (Note 3)
Advances to units
Prepaid expenses and deferred expenses
Capital assets (Note 4)
Liabilities
Accounts payable and accrued liabilities
National assessments payable
Accumulated postretirement benefits other
than pensions (Note 5)
Deferred revenue
Net assets
Invested in capital assets
Unrestricted
Approved by the Board
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2000
$
1999
$
1,312,873
585,131
90,075
156,310
1,330,758
3,475,147
429,017
393,584
92,062
195,954
1,573,624
2,684,241
265,626
2,107,356
212,765
1,257,335
684,635
3,057,617
628,683
73,681
2,172,464
1,330,758
(913,228)
417,530
3,475,147
1,573,624
(1,061,847)
511,777
2,684,241
Auditors’ report
To the Members of the Board of
Directors of the Canadian Cancer Society,
Quebec Division
We have audited the balance sheet of
the Canadian Cancer Society - Quebec
Division as at September 30, 2000 and the
statements of revenue and expenses,
changes in net assets and cash flows for
the year then ended. These financial statements are the responsibility of the Society’s
management. Our responsibility is to
express an opinion on these financial statements based on our audit.
Except as explained in the following
paragraph, we conducted our audit in
accordance with Canadian generally accepted auditing standards. Those standards
require that we plan and perform an audit
to obtain reasonable assurance whether the
financial statements are free of material
misstatement. An audit includes examining,
on a test basis, evidence supporting the
amounts and disclosures in the financial
statements. An audit also includes assessing
the accounting principles used and significant estimates made by management, as
well as evaluating the overall financial statement presentation.
In common with many charitable organizations, the Society derives revenue from
donations, the completeness of which is
not susceptible of satisfactory audit verification. Accordingly, our verification of this revenue was limited to the amounts recorded
in the records of the Society and we were
not able to determine whether any adjustments might be necessary to donation revenue, excess of revenue over expenses,
assets and unrestricted net assets.
In our opinion, except for the effect of
adjustments, if any, which we might have
determined to be necessary had we been
able to satisfy ourselves concerning the
completeness of the donation revenue
referred to in the preceding paragraph,
these financial statements present fairly, in
all material respects, the financial position
of the Society as at September 30, 2000
and the results of its operations and its
cash flows for the year then ended in
accordance with Canadian generally accepted accounting principles.
Chartered Accountants
November 7, 2000
Statement of cash flows year ended September 30, 2000
2000
$
Operating activities
(Deficiency) excess of revenue over expenses (94,247)
Item not affecting cash
Amortization of capital assets
250,269
156,022
Changes in non-cash operating
working capital items
Accounts receivable
(191,547)
Advances to units
1,987
Prepaid expenses and deferred expenses
39,644
Accounts payable and accrued liabilities
52,861
National assessments payable
850,021
Accumulated postretirement benefits
other than pensions
55,952
Deferred revenue
(73,681)
735,237
891,259
Investing activities
Additions to capital assets
(7,403)
Net cash inflow
883,856
Cash position, beginning of year
429,017
Cash position, end of year
1,312,873
4. Capital assets
(238,326)
253,087
14,761
(216,265)
(1,476)
22,900
45,290
485,200
35,379
22,041
393,069
407,830
(82,130)
325,700
103,317
429,017
Notes to the financial statements year ended September 30, 2000
1. Description of the Society The Canadian Cancer Society (the “Society”) is
a charity incorporated under the Canada Business Corporations Act as a not-forprofit organization. The Society is a national community-based organization of
volunteers dedicated to eradicating cancer and improving the quality of life of
people living with cancer. The Society carries out its mission through research,
public education and services to cancer patients and their families, and uses its
influence in matters of public interest.
2. Accounting policies The financial statements have been prepared in accordance with Canadian generally accepted accounting principles and include the
following significant accounting policies:
Revenue recognition The Society follows the deferral method of accounting for
contributions. Restricted contributions are recognized as revenue in the year in
which the related expenses are incurred. Unrestricted contributions are recognized as revenue when received or receivable if the amount to be received can
be reasonably estimated and collection is reasonably assured.
Expenses Expenses are recorded in the books according to the applicable sector of activity. Certain expenses which cover more than one sector of activity are
allocated proportionately, in accordance with the Society’s financial management
manual.
Prepaid expenses and deferred expenses Prepaid expenses and deferred
expenses mainly include pamphlets and instructional materials and are recorded at cost.
Capital assets Capital assets are recorded at cost. Contributed capital assets are
recorded at fair value at the date of contribution. Capital assets are amortized on
a straight-line basis over their estimated useful lives, as follows:
Building
15 years *
Furniture and equipment
4 years *
Computer equipment
3 years
Automotive equipment
3 years
* Estimated useful lives according to the Society’s Canadian policy.
Accumulated post retirement benefits other than pensions The Canadian
Cancer Society provides certain benefits to retired employees and their spouses. The benefits include medical services, life insurance and extended health
care benefits. The cost of these benefits is actuarially determined using the projected benefit method pro-rated on service and management’s best estimate of
salary escalation, retirement ages of employees and expected healthcare costs.
This benefit plan is not funded.
3. Accounts receivable
Canadian Cancer Society (National)
Regional Health and Social Services Board
GST and QST receivable
Other
2000
$
427,856
41,736
76,388
39,151
585,131
2000
1999
$
1999
$
167,307
96,537
119,566
10,174
393,584
Land
Building
Furniture and equipment
Computer equipment
Automotive equipment
Cost
$
428,800
3,209,163
47,279
107,516
29,093
3,821,851
1999
Accumulated
Amortization
$
2,353,386
35,878
82,433
19,396
2,491,093
Net Book
Value
$
428,800
855,777
11,401
25,083
9,697
1,330,758
Net Book
Value
$
428,800
1,069,721
16,203
39,505
19,395
1,573,624
5. Accumulated postretirement benefits other than pensions
The accrued benefit obligation as at September 30, 2000 is $684,635. There
are no assets in the plan, and therefore the plan is unfunded. The expense recognized for the year is $88,277. The amount of contributions during the year is
$32,325.
The discount rate used in determining the obligation is 6.75%.
Healthcare trend costs range as follows:
Prescription drugs
10% in 2000 to 6% in 2004
Hospital and dental care
6% in 2000 to 4% in 2002
Other covered expenses
5% in 2000 to 3% in 2002
6. Pension plan
The Society has a defined benefit contributory pension plan covering substantially all of its employees. The plan bases benefits on length of service and final
average earnings. The pension plan is administered by the Canadian Cancer
Society (National).
As the plan is not segregated by division, the pension benefits and assets are
disclosed in the Society’s consolidated financial statements. The Division made
employer contributions to the plan in the amount of $61,719 (1999 - $53,553).
Based on the latest actuarial valuation performed as at January 1, 2000, there
is no actuarial liability with respect to the plan.
7. Special events
2000
$
1999
$
Revenue
Daffodil
Daffodil Ball and major gifts
Holiday Fantasy
Other
Total
1,411,919
1,874,320
184,044
1,142,806
4,613,089
1,184,772
859,961
1 86,402
1,101,158
3,332,293
Expenses
Daffodil
Daffodil Ball and major gifts
Holiday Fantasy
Other
Total
303,574
379,712
15,099
318,459
1,016,844
251,502
244,343
14,357
181,129
691,331
8. National Cancer Institute of Canada
The National Cancer Institute of Canada (“NCIC”) is devoted to undertaking cancer research projects and supporting programs in this area to reduce the incidence, morbidity and mortality from this disease. The Society remits 36.5%
(1999 - 35.4%) of its research revenue to the NCIC in support of this aim.
9. Commitments
The Society has commitments under operating leases for administrative premises amounting to $264,387 as follows:
$
2001
103,204
2002
93,451
2003
52,146
2004
15,586
In addition, minimum research commitments have been made for a three-year
period. It is intended these minimum commitments will be funded from future
revenues. These commitments, are as follows:
$
2001
2 550 000
2002
2 700 000
2003
2 900 000
10. Other information
i) The Society owns a building whose primary function is to house cancer
patients being treated in Montreal. The building, located at 5151 Assomption
Blvd. in Montreal, Quebec, has a value of $3,248,000 according to the municipal assessment.
ii) In 1992, the Society received a loan of $2,000,000 at prime rate, payable in
minimum annual instalments of $200,000 and maturing in 2002. As at
September 30, 1997, this loan was fully reimbursed. Under the loan agreement,
the Society can borrow up to $400,000 as at October 1, 2000.
iii) Since October 1, 1997, the Canadian Cancer Society has offered a cancer
information service to all Canadians. The service is available in both French and
English. The telephone number is 1-888-939-3333.
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François Odermatt
Me Michel B. Paré
Alain Paris
Jean H. Picard
Pierre Robitaille
Muriel Roman
Louis-Charles Routhier
Paul Simard
Aurore Thibault
Marthe Vaillancourt
Pierre Vaillancourt
Henry D. Winterstern
BRONZE
GOLD
10
Abitibi-Consolidated Inc.
Administration portuaire de Montréal
AGRA Inc.
Air Canada Employees’ Charity Fund
Alcan Aluminium Ltd
Apotex inc.
Aventis Pharma
Bank of Montréal Employees’ Charity
Fund
Bank of Montréal
Bank of Nova Scotia
BCE Emergis inc.
BCE Inc.
Bell Employees’ Fund for Community
Services
Bell Québec
Bench & Table/Célébrations
BioChem Pharma
Board of Directors of the Canadian Cancer
Society, Quebec Division
Bristol-Myers Squibb
Caisse populaire Desjardins de
Beauharnois
Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce
CN Employees’ and Pensioners’
Community Fund
Cosmair Canada Inc. – Groupe L’Oréal
CP Rail Intermodal Freight Systems
Courchesne Larose
Danielle Hébert Trust Fund
Dynamic Mutual Funds
Edward Assh Foundation
EJLB Foundation
Elio Pizzeria Inc.
Employee and Pensioner Charities
Donation Fund Canadian Pacific Group
Estate of Léonard Jacques Boudreau
Estate Gaëtan Trottier
Estate Germaine Tanguay - Darche
Estate P.H. Desrosiers
Famille Gérard Lebeau
Faulding (Canada) Inc.
The Gazette Employees Charitable Fund
GlaxoWellcome
Groupe Financier Banque TD
Le Groupe Jean Coutu (PJC) Inc.
Groupe Ro-Na Dismat Inc.
Heidelberg Web Systems Inc.
Huguette Larose Trust Fund
Hydro-Québec
IBM of Canada Employees’ Fund for
Community Services
Interinvest
J. Armand Bombardier Foundation
KPMG s.r.l.
Kruger Inc.
Medis Health and Pharmaceutical Services
Inc.
Merck Frosst Canada Inc.
The Molson Companies Ltd.
Molson Family Foundation
National Bank of Canada
Paul A. Fournier Foundation
Power Corporation of Canada
Pratt & Whitney Canada Inc.
Provigo Inc.
Quebecor World
RBC Dominion Securities Inc.
Réno-Dépôt
Royal Bank of Canada
Schering Canada Inc.
The Standard Life Insurance Company
The Stephen R. Bronfman Foundation
Sun Chemical Ltd.
Swissair
T.A.L. Global Asset Management Inc.
Télébec Employees’ Fund for Community
Services
T.N.G. Corporation
Tommy Hilfiger Canada Inc.
UPM – Kymmene (Canada) Inc.
Dr. Francesco and Mrs. Marisa Bellini
François Bourgeois
Mathilde Lacasse Bourget
Mr. and Mrs. Jean-Guy Brazeau
Hazel Breakey
Mr. and Mrs. Victor Chauvin
Anna Maria De Lauri
Nicole Desrochers – Dubois
Lucien Fiocco
Arthur Galipeau
Paul-Émile Gauthier
Lyle B. Howard
Luigi Liberatore
Gisèle Provençal
Donald Ross
The Reverend Gaston St-Jean
Claudette Tradounsky
Brian Udashkin
Gisèle Vallée
SILVER
Astral Communications Inc.
Burroughs Wellcome
Cabinet de relations publiques NATIONAL
Canadian National
Cogeco Inc.
Coloplast Canada Corporation
C.U.M. Employee and Pensioner Charities
Donation Fund
Du Pont of Canada Inc.
Eli Lilly Canada Inc.
Elmag Investments Inc.
Employees of the Canadian Cancer
Society, Quebec Division
Fifth Brigade of Canada
Le Fonds de solidarité des travailleurs du
Québec (FTQ)
Gillette Canada Inc.
Grand Chapter of Quebec, O.E.S.
Groupe Commerce
Labatt Brewery Ltd.
Maxwell Cummings Family Foundation
Merrill Lynch Canada Inc.
Protech Chemical Ltd.
Purolator Courrier
Revlon Canada Inc.
Tembec Inc.
Ultramar Canada Inc.
Cécile Arsenault
Léo J. Belisle
André Benoit
Ian Breakey
Liliane Bruneau
Dr. Jacques and Mrs. Odette Cantin
J.D. Carling
David Carter
Elio De Lauri
Tony De Risi
Marcia M. Flanders
Jean-Paul Gignac
Laurette Belisle Gray
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Ivanier
Richard Lupien
Nicole Magnan
The Honourable Hartland de M. Molson
Richard Newman
Air Mauritius
AltiMed
Alvin Segal Family Foundation
Apotex Foundation
Assurances Laliberté
Assurance-Vie Desjardins
Astra Research Centre Montreal
AstraZeneca Canada Inc.
Auto Suture Company Canada
Avon Canada Inc.
Baldwin Technology Company Inc.
Bedco Dvision of Gerodon Inc.
Bell Sygma Inc. Employees’ Community
Fund
Bertolli Canada Inc.
Birks Family Foundation
Bombardier Aerospace
Bombardier Inc.
Bonneville Portes et fenêtres, filiale de
Groupe Bocenor Inc.
Boutiques San Francisco
Bowne of Montréal
Browns Shoe Stores Inc.
Bunting Warburg Dillon Read Inc.
Canadair Employees’ and Pensioners’
Community Fund
Canada Steamship Lines Inc.
Canfhel Investments Ltd.
Centre de recherche du CHUL (CHUQ)
Ciment St-Laurent Inc.
Cité du Cinéma (Mel) Inc.
Desjardins Ducharme Stein Monast
Devencore
Domco Industries Ltd
Domtar Inc.
Donald Berman Enterprises
Donohue Inc.
Donohue Normick Inc.
Eaton Employees’ Community Fund
Eaton Foundation
Eldee Foundation
Energizer
Ernst & Young
Estate Géraldine Ménard
Fasken Martineau DuMoulin
Fédération des caisses populaires
Desjardins de Montréal et de l’Ouestdu-Québec
Fednav Limited
Fidelity Investments Canada Ltd.
Financière Banque Nationale
Flint Ink
Fondation Émilie Jauron
Fondation Les Ailes de la Mode
Fondation Mgr Moreau
Frontier Blinds Inc.
Funds 20/20
Gaz Métropolitain
G.I.T. Aluminium Ltd
Graphic Innovators Inc.
Greiche & Scaff Optometrists
Groupe Aon
Goupe financier Banque Royale
Groupe Lépine
Groupe Petra Ltée
Helsam Foundation
Hoffman-La Roche Limitée
Holt Renfrew and Sisley
Les Industries C-MAC Inc.
Investors Group Inc.
John Scotti Automotive Limited
Johnson and Johnson Employees’
Community Fund
Johnson and Johnson
Kimberly-Clark Inc.
Kodak Canada Employees’ Charity Trust
Koenig & Bauer AG
Kolbus America, Inc.
Laurentian Bank
Les Distilleries Corby Ltée
Le Groupe Canam Manac Inc.
Le Groupe Polygone Éditeur Inc.
Les Aliments Roma Ltée
Les Rôtisseries St-Hubert Ltée
Lévesque Beaubien Geoffrion Inc.
Lipton
Litho Service Canada Inc.
Luscar Ltd.
Madacy Entertainment Inc.
Manufacturier Tenta Inc.
Marsh & McLennan
Marvin & Rhoda Rosenbloom Family
Foundation
Millennium Group
Montréal Trust
Nabisco Ltd.
Nathan Steinberg Family Foundation
National Bank Financial
National Construction Group Inc.
Newcrest Capital Inc.
Nivel Inc.
Novartis Pharma Canada inc.
novopharm québec
Obonsoins Robert Sylvestre
Ogilvy Renault
Osram Sylvania Ltd.
Palos Capital Corporation
Perkins Papers Ltd, Casdades Group
Pères Jésuites
Pfizer Canada Inc.
Pharmacia & Upjohn
Pharmascience Inc.
Positron Inc.
Pouliot Mercure
PricewaterhouseCoopers
Proctor & Gamble
ProMetic Life Sciences Inc.
Raymond Chabot Grant Thonrton
Reebok Canada
Repap Enterprises Inc.
Ressources Ste-Geneviève Ltd.
Rhône-Poulenc Rorer Canada Inc.
Rodéo du camion
Rolls-Royce Employee’s Charitable
Donation Fund
Rolls-Royce Canada Limited
Ryobi Canada Inc.
Sajo Construction Inc.
Salomon Smith Barney Canada Inc.
Samson Bélair Deloitte & Touche
Samuelsohn Ltd.
Schroders Canada Ltd
S.C. Johnson and Son, Limited
Sears Employees’ Community Fund
Shirmax Fashions Ltd.
Sico
Smart Set Fashions Ltd.
SmithKline Beecham Pharma
SNC Lavalin
Société des Alcools du Québec
Société de Banque Suisse
Société générale de financement du
Québec
Société Télémédia
Soeurs du Bon Pasteur de Québec
Stikeman, Elliott
Sun Life of Canada
Synca Marketing Inc.
Téléglobe Inc.
Technilab Pharma Inc.
Temboard
Tétreault, Parent, Languedoc et Associés
Inc.
The Aldo Group Inc.
The Bay Employees’ Community Fund
The friends of Renée Larochelle - Chumak
The Great-West Life Assurance Company
The Richter Charitable Foundation
TT International
UBS Bank (Canada)
Universal Paper Export Co. Ltd.
Vasogen Inc.
Ville de St-Laurent
Whitehall-Robins Inc.
Michel Auger
M.J. Douglas Barnes
Fernand Bélanger
Mike Bossy
France Bouchard
Elias Brantz
André Brodeur
Peggy Brown
Thérèse Byatt
Albert A. Caron
Paul R. Coffin
Jean-Guy Cotnoir
Madeleine Crawford
Mr. and Mrs. Pierre Creamer
Olivier Daoust
A. Jean de Grandpré
Pierre Desautels
André Desmarais
Jean E. Douville
Jean Duranleau
Jane H. Dunn
Mr. and Mrs. Henri-Paul Filion
June Forbes
Jean-Marc Fournier
Monique D. Galipeau
Gilles Girard
Margaret H. Gordon
Peter Green
Lucien Grenier
David Horlington
Solange Jean
Dr. Marvin L. Kwitko
Jack Lafave
Léopold Lalonde
Helen Lancheres
Simone Bolduc Lavoie
Gabrielle Leclerc
Robert B. Legault
Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Lenarciak
Eleanor MacLean
Louise Simard Massicotte
John Merrifield
Mireille Messier
David Morton
Daniel Nadeau
Gladys O’Donnel
Robert Parizeau
Bertrand Pelletier
Mr. and Mrs. Walter P. Perkins
Berthrance Perreault
Charles Albert Poissant
Mary Jane Ramsay
Marie-Blanche Riquier
Hélène Risi
Bruno Riverin
Valmont Santerre
Diodato Sauro
Pierre Seccareccia
Francois Senecal-Tremblay
Alison Silcoff
Mr. and Mrs. Léon Simard
Shirley A. Stevenson
Andrée Talbot
A. Scott Taylor
Roger Thibault
Guimond Thibodeau
Lucille Vaillancourt
Maria Ines Valentim
Marcel Viau
Antonietta Vitale
Monique Vinet
Margaret Willmott
Roma York
The Grand Donors 1999-2000
A
9022-9618 Québec inc.
A.A.A. Roll Royce & Limousine Services
A.L. Van Houtte Ltée
ABN - AMO Bank of Canada
Adatif International
Adesa Montréal
AGF Management Ltd.
AGFA Inc.
Agro-Hall Ltd.
Mr. and Mrs. Gary Alexander
Mr. and Mrs. James Alexander
Altimed
Mr. and Mrs. David Amend
Ameublements Tanguay
Monique Angers
Association des policiers de La Prairie
Wayne Atamanchuk
Daniel Audet
J. Brian Aune
Auto ControL Medical Inc.
Automobiles Silver Star
AVS Technologies
Axan Pharma Inc.
B
Claude Baillargeon
Elizabeth Balogh
Bank of America Canada
Banque Nationale de Paris (Canada)
Banque Nationale du Canada
Martin Baril
Barnebey Sutcliffe Corporation
Bauer Nike Hockey Inc.
BDI Canada Inc.
Beaconsfield Corporation
Audrey E. Bean
Jeannette Beauchamp
Michel Beaudoin
Louise Beaulieu
Marc Beaulieu
Stéphane Bédard
Behr Process Corporation
Benoît Bélanger
François Bélanger
Réjean Bélisle
Bell Actimedia
Bell Mobilité
Bentley’s Franchising Inc.
Better Beef Limited
France Bissonnette
Black & Decker Canada Inc.
BMW Canbec
Guiseppe Bordonaro
Bosco Uomo Inc.
François Boucher
Boulangeries Weston Québec Ltée
Bourse de Montréal
Boutique Au Coton Boca
Matthew D. Bowman
Manon Brasseur
Brault & Martineau Inc.
Bridgestone/Firestone Canada Inc.
Suzanne B. Brillant
Aline Brochu
Yves W. Brunet
Consortium Promecan Moreau Promec
Construction Promec Division de
157498 Canada inc.
Construction Timberstone Inc.
ConvaTec Canada, Division of BristolMyers Squibb Inc.
Guy Côté
Côté & Associés
Jean-Charles Coutu
Cowper Inc.
Johanne Creamer
David Crevier
Nathalie-Anne Croft
J.V. Raymond Cyr
D
Daishowa Sales Ltd.
William Darlington
Bruno Davoli
Marcello A. De Giorgis
Decarie Motors
René Depot
Michel Deslauriers
Robert Desmarais
Claude DesMeules
Deveau, Bissonnette, Monfette, Fortin et
Associés
S. Diak
Guiseppe Dimauro
Dominic Dion
Carole Doucet
Gisèle Doucet
Hélène Drapeau
André Duchesne
Guy G. Dufresne
Jane H. Dunn
Tim Dunn
Duro Dyne Canada Inc.
E
E. Aaron Enterprises Inc.
Effem Inc.
Jacques Élio
Entreprises Syl-Mar Ltée
Paola Esposto
F
Fastening Specialties Inc.
Angelo Favretto
Helena Fernandes
Filles de Jésus
Jennifer Fleming
Paul Fleury
Focus Cellars Inc.
Fondation Canadian Tire du Québec inc.
Fondation H.P.R.R.
Fondation Jean-Paul Tardif
Fonds des Œuvres Communautaires des
Employés Ottawa/La Vallée/Outaouais
Denis Fontaine
Formula Growth Limited
Laurie Fraser
Fraternité des Policiers de Lachenaie
Fraternité des policiers de Rimouski
Fritz Canada inc.
Fuji Photo Film Canada Inc.
Kathleen Fulcro
C
G
Byers Casgrain
BYK Canada Inc.
Francis Cabanes
Caisse centrale Desjardins
Canderel
Steven Cantin
Cargill Foods
Stefano Cella
Jean-François Champoux
Nicole Charbonneau
André Chenail
Giovanni Chila
Luigi Cipriani
Cité Rock Détente 107,3
Lucie Clavel
CLD-RN
Jean-Paul Clermont
Club Lions St-Édouard
Club Rotary de Rouyn-Noranda inc.
Coast Paper
Colby, Monet, Demers, Delage & Crevier
Ronald Collette
Compaq Canada
Consoltex Inc.
Mr. and Mrs. L. Gagné
René Gagné
Gämmerler (US) Corporation
Claude Garcia
Alain Gemme
Daniel Gendron
Genin Grudeau & Cie Ltée
Gestion Biocapital Inc.
Viateur Girard
Global Furs Inc.
Globe Electric Inc.
Golden Jem Produce Inc.
Jean-Marie Goneau
Goodman Phillips & Vingeberg
Robert G. Graham
Groome Capital
Groupe Deschênes Inc.
Groupe Informission Inc.
Groupe Lefebvre
Groupe Permacon Inc.
Groupe Transcontinental G.T.C. Ltée
Groupe TVA inc.
Groupement des assureurs automobiles
Daniel Guay
Guess? Canada Corporation
Guillevin International
H
Richard Hamel
Pierre Harrisson
Anna Harvey-Dulong
Johanne Hébert
Guy Hébert
Heenan Blaikie Aubut
Fernand Héroux
Hewitt Equipment Ltd.
HKDP
Heather Hodge Pépin
Gerd Hoeflich
R.D. Holmberg
Hôpital vétérinaire Vimont Enrg
Hôtel Germains-des-Prés
Denis Houle
Michel Hylands
Ianella Designs Inc.
Rita Ianniciello
IMC America Inc.
IMS Expert - Conseil
IMS Health
I
Modestino Iorio
Isee3D Inc.
Itec Mineral Corporation
J.B. Laverdure Inc.
J.D. Irving Limited
J
J.M. Schneider Inc.
John Deere Ltée
K
M. et Mme Henry Karp
Kaufmann de Suisse
Kellogg Canada Inc.
Kimoto Technologies Inc.
Joel King
Kenneth J. Knox
Kodak Polychrome Graphics
Komori America Corporation
Gabriel Kordovi
Kraft Canada Inc.
Drago Kuzma
L
La Cie de remonte-pente Doppelmayr Ltée
La Papeterie L.P.Turgeon Inc.
La Presse
Laboraboires Aeterna inc.
Laboratoire Riva inc.
Jonathan Labrosse
Roger Lachapelle
Jean H. Lafleur
Lucien Lafortune
Bernard Lamarre
Laurent Lamer
Pierre Lapointe
Vincent Laroche
David Larrivée
L’Association Selwyn House
Jean Pierre Laurin
Lavo Ltée
Le Georgevilles
Le Groupe Christie Ltée
Le Groupe Divco
Leacross Foundation
Jean Leclerc
Denis Lefebvre
Rolland Lefrançois
Serge Lemay
France Lemieux
L’Environnement du Nord Ltée
Leonard Ellen Family Foundation
Les Ameublements Fraser Inc.
Les Architectes Nicolaidis Fukushima
Orton Emmian
Les Chevaliers de Colomb
Les Entreprises Alfred Boivin
Les Entreprises Jacques Carignan Ltée
Les Fromages Saputo Ltée
Les Immeubles Murdock inc.
Les Papiers Scott Ltée
Les Pétroles RL
Les Produits alimentaires Viau Inc.
Les Pros de la Photo (Québec) Inc.
Les ventes Prestiges Inc.
Pierre Lessard
Linda Leus
Levaco Inc.
Leviton
L’industrielle-Alliance Compagnie
d’Assurance sur la Vie
Kathryn Livingstone
Simone Loignon
Carmelle Lonergan
M
Magna Vista Capital Management Inc.
Mah Grill No 1.Inc. (Profusion)
Mallinckrodt Canada Inc.
Man Roland Inc.
Maple Leaf Foods
Ginette Martin
Olivine Martineau
Max Daetwyler Corporation
McCrudden Web Tech Inc.
McGill University Health Centre
Richard McKay
Sean McLean
Patrick McLean
Claude McMaster
McNeil Consumer Healthcare
Megtec Systems
Meloche Monnex Inc.
Ernest C. Mercier
Métaux Washington
Métro Richelieu
Microcell Télécom Inc.
Microsoft Canada Co.
Miel Labonté Inc.
Mike Rosenbloom Foundation
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Minzberg
Mirabaud Canada Inc.
Nicole Mireault
Mitzi & Mel Dobrin Family Foundation
Pascal Montpetit
Montreal Superior Packaging
Montrusco Bolton Investments Inc.
Jeannine Moreau
Morgan Stanley Canada Ltd.
Muller Martini Canada
Maurice Myrand
N
Daniel Nadeau
Newell Rubbermaid Canada
North American Cerutti Corporation
Nourcy
O
O & G Management
Omnia Technologies Inc.
Yuri Oryschuk
Gilles P. Ouimet
P
Paquin Ford Mercury Ltée
Marc Parent, M.A.
Martin Parino
Angela Passarelli
Pastene Inc.
Robert Patenaude
Peinture Denalt
Mr. and Mrs. Laurent Pelletier
Daniel Picard
Roger Piegon
Placements Denis Côté
Stanley Plotnick
France Poirier
PressTech Controls Inc.
Prisco Graphics of Canada Inc.
Produits Forestiers Alliance Inc.
Purdue Frederick
Q
Mr. and Mrs. Edward Quantz
Quickstyle Industries
Quincaillerie Richelieu Ltée
R
Angela Ramadori
François Ranger
RBC Valeurs immobilières inc.
RCR International Inc.
Suzanne Reardon
Reichold Chemicals
Repentigny Toyota
Ressources Graphiques
Restaurant Au Vieux Duluth
Alexandre Riccio
Laurent Richard
Eugene N. Riesman
Sophie Rivard
André Rivard
Hubert Robin
Robin Hood Multifoods Inc.
Pierre Robitaille
Georges-Ian Ronald
Ko-Tien Roy Liang
Royal International Corp.
Maria Ruttenberg
S
Gabriel Saint-Rome
André Saliby
Sapi Fine Paper North America
Mr. and Mrs. P. Sciangula
Secal, Direction des communications
Yolande G. Séguin
Services d’entretien Miniers Industriels
R.N. 2000 INC.
Claudette Sévigny
Shah Trading Company Limited
Pierre Simard
Mark Smith
Société Immobilière TrizecHahan Ltée
Sœurs Notre-Dame du St-Rosaire
SPB Canada Inc.
Paddy Stalinski
Daniel St-Amour
Station Mont-Tremblay, Société en
Commandite
Lucette Ste-Marie
Stéréo Plus Électronique
Stora North America Coporation
Evelyn A. Strath
Sucres Redpath
SurFire Commerce Inc.
Jacques Synnott
T
Scott Taylor
Tembec
TEQ Construction Inc.
The Cyril and Dorothy, Joel and Jill
Reitman Family Foundation
The Gazette
The Marjorie and Gerald Bronfman
Foundation
The Mr. Gas Fondation
The Penny and Gordon Echenberg
Family Foundation
The Pierrefonds “A” Cobras
The Seagram Company Ltd.
Thomson Kernaghan
Timsons Inc.
Traffic-Tech Inc.
Pierre Tremblay
René T. Tremblay
Lorne Trottier
T-S Sachs International Inc.
Kerrigan Turner
Two Roads Investments Inc.
U
UQAC
V
John Van Toch
Ventilateurs Co-Vent inc.
Via Rail Canada Inc.
Béatrice Villiard
Voyages Rouyn-Noranda inc.
W
Allen Walsh
Webeq International Inc.
Webtronics Electrical & Mechanical
Services
Westburne inc.
Wong Wing Foods Inc.
WWF-Canada Inc.
Y
Yorkton Securities Inc.
Z
Felice Zampini
11
National Cancer Institute of Canada - Sponsored Researchers in Quebec in 2000*
Dr. Isabelle Bairati
Dr. Vincent Giguère
Dr. Richard Momparler
Dr. Rafick-Pierre Sékaly
Université Laval
Quebec City
McGill University
Montreal
Hôpital Ste-Justine
Montreal
Clinical Research Institute of Montreal
Dr. Andrew Bateman
Dr. David Goltzman
Dr. Thomas Moss
McGill University
Montreal
McGill University
Montreal
Université Laval
Quebec City
McGill University
Montreal
Dr. Gerald Batist
Dr. Philippe Gros
Dr. Joséphine Nalbantoglu
Lady Davis Institute
Montreal
McGill University
Montreal
Montreal Neurological Institute
McGill University
Montreal
Dr. Alain Nepveu
Dr. Clifford Stanners
Dr. John Bergeron
Dr. John Hiscott
McGill University
Montreal
Lady Davis Institute
Montreal
McGill University
Montreal
McGill University
Montreal
Dr. Jennifer O’Loughlin
Dr. Beat Suter
Dr. Richard Bertrand
Dr. Paul Jolicoeur
Montreal General Hospital
Centre de recherche - CHUM
Montreal
Clinical Research Institute of Montreal
McGill University
Montreal
Dr. Philip Branton
McGill University
Montreal
McGill University
Montreal
Dr. Benoît Chabot
Dr. David Kaplan
Dr. Antonis Koromilas
Université de Sherbrooke
Lady Davis Institute
Montreal
Dr. Terry Chow
Dr. Nathalie Lamarche-Vane
Montreal General Hospital
McGill University
Montreal
Dr. Elliot Drobetsky
Hôpital Maisonneuve-Rosemont
Montreal
Dr. Jacques Drouin
Dr. Paul Lasko
McGill University
Montreal
Clinical Research Institute of Montreal
Dr. Josée Lavoie
Dr. Regen Drouin
Université Laval
Quebec City
Université Laval
Quebec City
Dr. Mark Featherstone
McGill University
Montreal
Dr. William Foulkes
Jewish General Hospital
Montreal
Dr. Yves Fradet
Université Laval
Quebec City
Dr. Eduardo Franco
McGill University
Montreal
Dr. Pierre Gagnon
Université Laval
Quebec City
Dr. Kalle Gehring
McGill University
Montreal
Dr. Brian Leyland-Jones
McGill University
Montreal
Dr. David Lohnes
Dr. Morag Park
Dr. Moshe Szyf
Dr. Jerry Pelletier
McGill University
Montreal
McGill University
Montreal
Dr. Claude Perreault
Hôpital Maisonneuve-Rosemont
Montreal
Dr. Guy Poirier
Université Laval
Quebec City
Dr. Michael Pollak
Dr. Michel Tremblay
McGill University
Montreal
Dr. André Veillette
McGill University
Montreal
Dr. Jean Pouliot
Dr. Xiang-Jiao Yang
Université Laval
Quebec City
McGill University
Montreal
Université de Sherbrooke
Dr. Dindial Ramotar
Dr. Stéphane Richard
McGill University
Montreal
Lady Davis Institute
Montreal
Dr. Elizabeth Maunsell
Dr Philippe Robaey
Université Laval
Quebec City
Hôpital Ste-Justine
Montreal
Dr. Sylvain Meloche
Dr. Guy Rouleau
Centre de recherche - DHUM
Montreal
Montreal General Hospital
Dr. François Meyer
McGill University
Montreal
Dr Richard Roy
Dr. Yves Saint-Pierre
Institut Armand-Frappier
Laval
Dr. Léon Sanche
Dr. Marc-Édouard Mirault
Université de Sherbrooke
Université Laval
Quebec City
Dr. Guy Sauvageau
Clinical Research Institute of Montreal
Dr. Josée Savard
Centre de recherche - CHUQ
Quebec City
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Clinical Research Institute of Montreal
Dr. Raymund Wellinger
Dr. Greg Matlashewski
Lady Davis Institute
Montreal
Dr. Marc Therrien
Lady Davis Institute
Montreal
Hôpital Maisonneuve-Rosemont
Montreal
Dr. Wilson Miller
Dr. Nahum Sonenberg
McGill University
Montreal
Clinical Research Institute of Montreal
Université Laval
Quebec City
Dr. Gordon Shore
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Quebec Division
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5151 de l’Assomption Blvd.
Montreal, Quebec H1T 4A9
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Francine Bourdeau
(10 units)
152 Murdoch Avenue, Suite 101
Rouyn-Noranda, Quebec J9X 1E2
Tel. : (819) 762-6707
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Lyn Pinel
Regional Development Officer
Outaouais
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50-C St-Raymond Blvd., Suite 207
Hull, Quebec J8Y 1R7
Tel. : (819) 777-4428
Bas-St-Laurent/Gaspésie Region
Julie Lafontaine
(20 units)
300 St-Germain Street East
Rimouski, Quebec G5L 1B9
Tel. : (418) 723-5116
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Thérèse Martin
Regional Development Officer
Québec/Chaudière/Appalaches Region
(46 units)
489 René-Lévesque Blvd. West
Quebec, Quebec G1S 1S2
Tel. : (418) 683-8666
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Steve Lévesque
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207-A Dorion Street
Drummondville, Quebec J2C 1T8
Tel. : (819) 478-3261
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Richelieu/Yamaska Region
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1665 St-Antoine, C.P. 426
St-Hyacinthe, Quebec J2S 7B8
Tel. : (450) 773-1003
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3330 King Street West, Suite 130
Sherbrooke, Quebec J1L 1C9
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Nichole Laderoute
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Louise Lamothe
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Rive-Sud Region
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450 Chambly Road, Suite 100
Longueuil, Quebec J4H 3L7
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Laurentides Region
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72 de la Gare Street
St-Jérôme, Quebec J7Z 2B8
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Laval/Lanaudière Region
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Laval, Quebec H7M 1Y7
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416 Racine Street East
Chicoutimi, Quebec G7H 1T3
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Trois-Rivières, Quebec G9A 1Y6
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35-B, d’Anjou Blvd., C.P. 80027
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