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Silo Montreal article by Jessica Wei

August 26th, 2013

The first day was released, it reached 15,000 hits and caught the attention of many including Silo Montreal: A team of local writers, designers and illustrators covering the most fascinating stories in the city. Jessica Wei was the first to request an interview with me. Her article captures the very first days of my journey.


CTV Montreal with Christine Long

September 14th, 2013

Just a month after my diagnosis, I received an interview request from Christine Long, CTV Montreal’s arts & entertainment reporter/producer. She was immediately inspired by my blog and deemed it to be newsworthy! This video demonstrates my resilience expressed in what she calls an “artful & intelligent” blog.

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November 1st, 2013

Inspired by my story, Christine Long decides to shave her head for October’s breast cancer awareness month at Virgin Radio’s “Shave to Save” fundraising event. She uses my story to represent all women diagnosed with breast cancer, and then reveals to Montreal her big shave to save!

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Huffington Post Quebec with Samuel Larochelle

September 14th, 2013

This was my very first French interview written by the talented author Samuel Larochelle. I was so happy to have the chance to share my story and spread awareness to Montreal’s French community.


Global Morning Show with Camille Ross

October 1st, 2013

To kick off breast cancer awareness month, I was invited to the Global Morning Show with Camille Ross. We discuss the impact of my blog and what it’s like to have breast cancer in your 20s.

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October 3rd, 2014

One year later, I was back on Global Morning News to announce I that am now in remission and share my efforts as the ambassador of Montreal’s CIBC Run for the Cure.

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CBC DayBreak Radio with Mike Finnerty

October 4th, 2013

Mike Finnerty invited me to my first radio interview on CBC Daybreak. The Run for the Cure was fast approaching and #TeamNalie had already raised over $20,000 for the Quebec Breast Cancer foundation. Mike and I discuss my efforts and journey thus far.

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October 3rd, 2014
Exactly one year later, I was back at CBC Daybreak with Mike Finnerty as the ambassador of Montreal’s run for the cure. I speak about “Post-Cancer Blues” and the CIBC Run for the Cure.

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CBC news online article

October 4th, 2013

My radio interview with Finnerty caught the attention of the entire CBC network. This online news article went viral and was shared on several other news sites. It highlights the success of my blog and fundraising for the Run for the Cure. 


CBC news television with Wally Lowry

October 5th, 2013

After hearing my story  both on the radio and online, CBC reporter Willy Lowry contacted me for a last minute TV interview to be aired on the same day in time for 6oclock news! Despite being caught off guard, Lowry accurately summarizes my journey in this excellent CBC news report.


Concordia Journalism with Anouare Abdou

October 8st, 2013

Studying Journalism at Concordia University, Anouare Abdou, also running for Team Nalie, closely covers the event for a Concordia news project.


Speaking at the Alouettes “Touched” Fundraiser

October 18st, 2013

Invited to speak in front of Alouettes football players with their friends and family at the Ky Care’s “Touched” fundraiser, I tell my story while encouraging resilience at times of adversity, proving to everyone that we can take control of our own lives, no matter the circumstances!


Quebec Breast Cancer Foundation Recognition Video

November 15st, 2013

After Team Nalie raised over $27,000 for the Quebec Breast Cancer foundation, I was selected to be a part of their 2013 recognition video to represent all women fighting the disease. I was featured along with a breast cancer survivor, a survivor’s husband, an ambassador and coincidently, my very own surgeon Dr.Boileau! In fact, I just so happen to be one of the volunteers for his research funded by the foundation mentioned in this video.

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My Wonder Woman Speech at Sociale’s Conference

December 8st, 2013

Sociale workshop hosted a Wonder Woman themed brunch & conference to inspire, motivate and empower women. I was invited to be a part of a 5 motivational speaker line up! Watch me tell my story by comparing my journey to climbing the highest mountain peak.


CBC DayBreak Radio with Sean Apel

December 27th, 2013

Apparently, my 1st radio interview with Finnerty was a hit and listeners demanded for an update! Interviewed by Sean Apel this time, I speak about my remaining chemotherapy treatments and my upcoming mastectomy.


Canadian Breast Cancer Foundation’s CIBC Run for the Cure commercial

June 12th, 2014

After Team Nalie raised over $28,000 for the Quebec Breast Cancer foundation, my family and I were selected to be one of the faces of their “In Her Shoes” campaign. The foundation flew my entire family to Toronto to film this fun and honest commercial.

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Behind the Scenes of the CBCF’s CIBC Run for the Cure campaign

July 12th, 2014

The Canadian Breast Cancer Foundation wanted to prove that they were using real stories of real people in their 2014 campaign. I am not a model, I am not an actor and this behind the scenes video where I share my journey proves that breast cancer is also very real!


CBC DayBreak Radio with Sonali Karnick

July 15, 2014

CBC Daybreak have been following my journey and heard that I was now CANCER FREE! Listen to this interview where I announce my joy to their avid morning listeners.


Couch Talk with Cindy Charles

September 11, 2014

Couch Talk is a talk show where host and founder Cindy Charles provides a platform for women entrepreneurs to share their passion to inspire others. I never considered myself an entrepreneur, but according to Couch Talk, my blog has achieved far more than any local business as it has inspired women all around the world.


Journal Métro by Roxane Léouzon

October 1st, 2014

To kick off breast cancer awareness month, my face was front page of Montreal’s Metro Newspaper! The article speaks about how I survived cancer at 25 years old.


CTV Montreal with Tarah Schwartz

October 4th, 2014

Live in studio, I continue to spread breast cancer awareness by providing facts & information about my diagnosis and explain why I run for the cure.


The Gazette with Phil Carpenter

October 6th, 2014

After Sunday’s CIBC Run for the Cure, Team Nalie was found on the front page of the Montreal Gazette, telling readers to check out this video! A camera and mic followed me all around during run day. Unfortunately, the footage of my actual interview suffered from technical difficulties therefore could not be used, so the CEO of the Quebec Breast Cancer Foundation provides information in between.