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Catch the Ace
Nov 4, 2020 | In the Community

Bruyère is thrilled to present the latest addition to its fundraising lineup – Catch the Ace lottery!

Fern Casey Thomson and Jeannine Benoit
Oct 23, 2020 | In the Community

It’s another successful year for the Bruyère Village team in the 2020 Road Worlds for Seniors!

Be Moved by ART at Bruyère
Oct 20, 2020 | In the Community

Inspiring wonder and joy in our spaces

Researcher with a patient annual public information meeting
Sep 17, 2020 | In the Community

Join us for our virtual annual public information meeting on September 24, 2020 at 5:30 p.m.

multi race hands holding in solidarity
Jun 5, 2020 | In the Community

Statement by Guy Chartrand, Bruyère's President and CEO

Mayor Jim Watson with Guy Chartrand, Catherine McKenney and Sisters of Charity
Feb 25, 2020 | In the Community

Like a health care hero, within three months of arriving, Mother Élisabeth Bruyère established the city’s first general hospital, created a home for the aging, opened a school, and set up an orphanage.

Ottawa Community Foundation, Bruyère and Connected Canadians logos with two people looking at laptop
Aug 7, 2019 | In the Community

With a grant from the Ottawa Community Foundation, Connected Canadians will soon begin rolling out programs at Bruyère that will offer our senior residents the opportunity to enhance their technology skills.

Group of visitors in an appartement setting
Jun 3, 2019 | In the Community

We welcomed close to 300 people throughout the day. It’s clear that Ottawans are excited about the research happening here and its potential for helping people stay healthy and autonomous.

A woman pushing a woman in a wheelchair
May 21, 2019 | In the Community

Bruyère’s Artist-in-Residence program aims to improve the quality of life for our patients and caregivers by giving them the opportunity to express themselves creatively.

Three woman looking aat a red flower
Dec 20, 2018 | In the Community

Who doesn't like to receive flowers? Thérèse Lorrain, a volunteer at Bruyère knows something about it.