New ways
of addressing
end-of-life questions

Death, loss and end-of-life issues affect us all – let’s talk about them!

PROJECTION is an opportunity to spotlight the power of our creativity and explore major questions about life—and death—from different points of view and disciplines: philosophical, medical, social, artistic, and educational.

Let’s look at things differently.

Over 50 activities throughout Montreal, for people of all ages

PROJECTION puts a spotlight on our communities’ diversity and creativity.

PROJECTION is an opportunity to explore our common experiences and learn from each other. We are all inspired by different things. We all learn in different ways.

Join us for a week of community dialogue about living well and being unafraid to talk about end-of-life plans and wishes.

From drumming to yoga to a cemetery walk on Mount Royal, there’s something for everyone!

Join us!

Arts and
Culture
Health and
Social Services
Spirituality
and Faith
Design and
Technology
Education

Meet the team

Suzanne O’Brien Co-chair
Kappy Flanders Co-chair

Arts and
Culture

Linda Crelinsten Docent, Montreal Museumof Fine Arts
Susan Garin Docent, McCord Museum

Health and
Social Services

Zelda Freitas, BA, BSW, MSW (TS) Social Worker & Coordinator of the Domain of Expertise in Caregiving
Paule Savignac Project manager at the RUISSS of the Universityof Montreal for the Interfacultyand clinical CommitteePalliative Care and End of Life.

Spirituality
and Faith

Ehab Lotayef Systems Manager, Faculty of Science,McGill University
Michael Whitman spiritual leader of ADATH (Adath Israel Poale ZedekAnshei Ozeroff Synagogue)in Hampstead, Quebec

Design and
Technology

Omer Juma Project Manager,Desautels Faculty of Management,McGill University

Education

Honora Shaughnessy Educationaladvancement consultant,community volunteer
Patrick Durivage, Msc, TS CLSC René-Cassin, SAPA,Coordinator of the Leading Edge Domain in Community Palliative Carefor Seniors at Home

Support us

PROJECTION is administered by a not-for-profit organization (NPO): The Council on Palliative Care.

The event exists through your generosity.
By making a donation or sponsoring an event, you help to ensure the long-term viability of the Council on Palliative Care’s community education programs.

Thank you for your support.