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On World Hospice and Palliative Care Day, The Lighthouse highlights the expertise of its interdisciplinary team, which works passionately every day to ensure personalized care and services for every family. 
Proud to build a solid succession of its leadership, the Board of Directors recently nominated Lyne St-Martin and Adam Mongodin as Executive Director and Assistant Executive Director. 
The executive management of The Lighthouse Children and Families is proud to announce the appointment of Mr. Adam B. Mongodin as Assistant Executive Director effective September 3, 2019.
The Board of Directors of The Lighthouse Children and Families is proud to announce the appointment of Ms. Lyne St-Martin as the new Chief Executive Officer effective August 19, 2019.
Having been deeply touched by the mission of the Lighthouse and the dedication of its staff, the TELUS Future Friendly Home team has decided to undertook the redevelopment and decoration of the 12 children's rooms of the Lighthouse's Maison André-Gratton. A true friendship story has emerged from this experience with this team that is full of energy and dedication!
The Lighthouse is the recipient of the prestigious Coup de cœur award from the first edition of the Prix de l'impact social ;of L'actualité and the Canadian Hospice Palliative Care Association recognizes The Lighthouse with the title of Compassionate Canadian Enterprise.
On the evening of the Annual General Meeting (AGM) of members on June 13, 2019, the Lighthouse community displayed all its sensitivity to celebrate beautiful moments from the past and name pillars of the Lighthouse that now belong to its memory.
At The Lighthouse Children and Families, children regularly participate in artistic activities. Mother's Day is a special time during which the children are invited to make something specific that symbolizes the love they have for their mother. Since most of the time, children at The Lighthouse can’t express their affection verbally, they show it in a thousand and one other forms.
For 20 years now, The Lighthouse Children and Families has been committed to celebrating life and to preserving the memory of children who left too early, thus supporting families facing the unfathomable. To achieve this, The Lighthouse is guided by its North Star: the idea that memory is cultivated every day.
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