MONTREAL

REGISTER

WHERE

Parc Jean Drapeau
1 Circuit Gilles Villeneuve
Montréal, QC H3C 1A9

DATE/TIME

Saturday October 19, 2019

5:00pm: Registration opens, entertainment and food for everyone
6:30pm: Opening Ceremony
7:00pm: THE WALK BEGINS!

HELP US REACH OUR GOAL, MONTREAL!

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$7,100,000 Goal
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Light The Night 2019

Please consult the map below for directional details and parking:

 

Walk with us on Saturday, October 19 at Parc Jean Drapeau as we gather together with families, friends, and coworkers to celebrate, honour, and remember those touched by cancer.

Did you know blood cancers are the 4th most diagnosed cancer in Canada, yet the survival rates are much lower than many other cancers?

Research tells us that 68% of Canadians would feel helpless if they or someone they were close to was diagnosed with a blood cancer.

The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society of Canada is dedicated to supporting patients at any stage of their cancer journey; providing information and vital support services. The money raised will also go to the most promising blood cancer research taking place at cancer centres across Canada.

You can bring hope to the blood cancer community, register now and get a jump start on fundraising!

Joe Cacchione Facetime John Marcovecchio
Light the Night Survivor Ceremony
Light the Night Walk 2018 cheque presentation
Nadine Renaud-Tinker & Emilio B. Imbriglio

LOCAL HONOURED HERO

LUKE

My journey began back in 2010, shortly after my eighteenth birthday, as I started to develop a sore throat. However, this sore throat persisted for weeks, which was very unusual, so I decided to go to my family…

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LOCAL HONOURED HERO

LUKE

My journey began back in 2010, shortly after my eighteenth birthday, as I started to develop a sore throat. However, this sore throat persisted for weeks, which was very unusual, so I decided to go to my family…

READ THIS STORY

LOCAL HONOURED HERO

LUKE

My journey began back in 2010, shortly after my eighteenth birthday, as I started to develop a sore throat. However, this sore throat persisted for weeks, which was very unusual, so I decided to go to my family…

READ THIS STORY
138,000

canadians are living
with or in remission
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