Our spokesperson for Quebec

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The Federation of Quebec Alzheimer Societies is pleased to introduce its new spokesperson for Quebec, the multi-talented artist Anne-Élisabeth Bossé.

Actress Anne-Élisabeth Bossé is our spokesperson for Quebec

Anne-Élisabeth Bossé is rolling up her sleeves for a cause that hits close to home. The multi-talented actress’ father is living with Alzheimer’s disease and she shared what motivated her to get involved:

It’s high time that we break the taboos associated with Alzheimer’s disease and raise awareness about the challenges it presents. I’m proud to be the spokesperson for the Federation of Quebec Alzheimer Societies. Let’s continue to push research further and, more importantly, to support those affected whether directly or indirectly. Dealing with ambiguous grief and loss is very difficult and requires an enormous amount of courage.”

A dedicated, multi-talented artist

A multi-talented stage, television and movie actress who is constantly reinventing herself, Anne-Élisabeth Bossé takes on projects ranging from drama to comedy. She’s appeared in several series including Les Simone, En tout cas, Série Noire, and most recently, Plan B. Currently touring the province with her one-woman show, Jalouse, Anne-Élisabeth is also a contributor on Rouge FM radio’s Véronique et les Fantastiques and will be part of the cast of TVA’s new series, Indéfendable.

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