The cause

Support the funding of cancer research


This year, true to form, the event will propel you into a total and paradise immersion. Featuring a unique theme, the Soirée Masquée will take you back to the colourful pastellis of the 1980s. Immerse yourself in a colourful discotheque, take out your best costumes and enjoy an idyllic experience, reliving your best memories with the sounds of the greatest success of that time.

In the form of a cocktail reception and a dancing party, the Soirée Masquée will take you to its radiant and enchanting world. This year, the proceeds raised will support an artificial intelligence research program to improve care for cancer patients. They will purchase servers to help predict cancer response, personalize treatments and reduce side effects in ENT, lung, digestive, prostate and brain cancers.

This fabulous evening will take place on November 11, 2023, at TOHU in Montreal, starting at 7 p.m.

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Since 2015, $ 544,600 has been invested in research projects and the purchase of specialized equipment.

Review of funded projects:

  • 2022 : Funds were raised for brain cancer research.
  • 2019 : Funds were raised for research on glioblastoma, a malignant brain tumor.
  • 2018: The establishment of a new research program that examines the importance of interactions between lymphoma and the environment present in the lymph nodes on the function of immune cells, in relation to the response to treatment. It will support the development of new treatments for lymphoma.
  • 2017: The acquisition of a device that allows you to view cells cultured in the laboratory in real time and to monitor their behavior in the face of new treatments.
  • 2016: A clinical and basic research project that revolves around a cohort of adults in remission struggling with side effects following treatment for cancer received at a young age.
  • 2015: Purchase of advanced cancer tumor analysis equipment to refine diagnosis and predict response to treatment.

2023 Campaign cabinet

  • Annie-Claude Auger
  • Caroline Cloutier
  • Geneviève Pagé
  • Houda Bahig
  • Pierre Nollet
  • Jean-Paul Bahary
  • Marie-Andrée Côté
  • Nadia Paquet
  • Claudia Pharand
  • Salomé Corbo
  • Suhad Tantawi

Thanks to our partners

Major donor of the evening

  • Group of CHUM radiation oncologists

The scene is presented by

Gold Partners

Bronze Partners

Other partners

Product and service partners