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PROJECT IN PROGRESS IN ANOTHER GATINEAU CHSLD

Posted on 03/11/2019

Our Foundation is happy to announce that negotiations are currently under way with the Outaouais Integrated Health and Social Services Centre (CISSSO in French) and the Fondation Santé Gatineau for the creation of a new living wall in another Long-Term Home Care Centre in the Outaouais région, CHSLD Lionel-Émond, also known as Foyer du Bonheur, located in Gatineau, Québec.

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One step closer to realizing our second project!

Posted on 09/08/2019

One step closer to realizing our second project!

On August 1, Hôpital Montfort and EllisDon Infrastructure Healthcare (EllisDon) signed the contract to build and finance the Orléans Health Hub Project.

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The “Gala du Rassemblement des gens d’affaires de l’Outaouais”

Posted on 29/07/2019

The “Gala du Rassemblement des gens d’affaires de l’Outaouais”

Better to mention it late than never!

On May 10, our Founder Jeannine Lafrenière and Michel Gauthier, Chair of our Board, attended the annual Gala evening of the Rassemblement des gens d’affaires de l’Outaouais (RGA) at the National Gallery in Ottawa.

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New President of the Foundation

Posted on 05/02/2019

New President of the Foundation

It is with great pleasure that we announce the appointment of Mr. Alain Pineau to the position of President of the Forget For A Moment Foundation. A passionate gardener since childhood, Alain strongly believes in the therapeutic benefits of gardens and the proximity to plants.

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Albert Mondor, Interim Président, steps back

Posted on 23/01/2019

Albert Mondor, Interim Président, steps back

Albert Mondor resigns from the Board of Directors.

It is important to note that, although Mr. Mondor, Interim President of our Foundation, is leaving the Board of Directors, he remains our Spokesperson.

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A new logo for the Orléans Health Hub

Posted on 12/11/2018

A new logo for the Orléans Health Hub

As announced recently, the Forget For A Moment Foundation will build a living wall in the new Orléans Health Hub in Orléans, in the east end of Ottawa.

Measuring approximately 30 square meters, the living wall we will install in the waiting room of the Seniors Services program of the Orléans Health Hub will be shaped like the wing of a butterfly, and will be trimmed with different colours of glass disks.

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