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    Guylaine Bastien
    [The Look Good Feel Better workshop] was one of the most crucial moments in my life. I felt understood and that I was not alone.
  • Rosetta Weston image
    Rosetta Weston
    There was so much positive energy in the room.
  • Donna McGrath image
    Donna McGrath
    I didn’t feel I needed the workshop, but when I got there it was great—there were so many women, all at different stages of their treatment. We laughed and we cried, as we shared advice, like how to deal with chemo nausea by sucking on a green apple—who knew?
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    Cynthia Mulligan
    For the first time since finding a lump, I was sitting with a group of women who were going through exactly what I was going through and feeling what I was feeling. You don’t have to protect their feelings or hide your pain.
  • Line Rocheleau image
    Line Rocheleau
    I shaved my head the day before [the workshop]. Taking off my hat was a little embarrassing but it was also good to know I wasn’t alone.

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Lives Affected by Cancer

Real-life stories, compelling testimonials, effective tools and powerful inspiration to help women face cancer with confidence.

Become a Volunteer

If you are a cosmetics professional or a hair alternatives specialist, we invite you to join more than 1,900 of your peers who use their skills to help women face cancer with confidence. The monthly commitment is just three hours to lift spirits and nurture hope for women with cancer. Submit your application today!

Special Events

Visit our listing of events taking place across Canada in support of Look Good Feel Better.


Learn more about how we help women through the emotional fallout from cancer -- The Cancer Blues.

Mirror Ball 2015

On Saturday, November 21, the Liberty Grand opened its doors to our valued friends, supporters and sponsors for Mirror Ball 2015.  This black-tie gala is the Foundation's largest annual fundraiser for Look Good Feel Better and FacingCancer.ca.