Montreal, March 20, 2013 — The Health Challenge team is proud to announce that since March 1, nearly 160,000 people have taken on the 5/30 Health and Wellness Challenge. Up until April 11, participants aim to reach the following three goals... Read more

2013-03-17 | Press release
Participants commit to not smoke for at least 6 weeks

Montreal, March 17, 2013 — A total of 21,732 Quebec smokers are currently taking part in the 2013 Quit to Win! Challenge. By registering, participants commit to not smoke for at least 6 weeks for the duration of the campaign, which started March 1 and ends April 11. Read more

2013-02-26 | Press release
Registrations are open until Friday, March 1 inclusively.

Montréal, February 26, 2013 – There are only 72 hours left to register for the 5/30 Health and Wellness Challenge and the Quit to Win! Challenge, two campaigns promoting healthy lifestyle habits initiated by ACTI-MENU.

Quebecers are invited to register for free immediately, by visiting... Read more

2013-01-23 | Press release
The Health Challenge offers a global approach to health and free support to keep you motivated to the max!

Montreal, January 23, 2013 – Registration for the 5/30 Health and Wellness Challenge—the largest health promotion campaign in Quebec featuring spokesperson Mélanie Maynard—opened today. The ninth annual Health Challenge will take place from March 1 to April 11. Registration is open until March 1 at Read more

2013-01-08 | Press release
The Challenge offers a unique approach, free support, prizes to be won and maximum motivation!

Montreal, January 8, 2013 – This morning ACTI-MENU launched the 14th Quit to Win! Challenge, a smoking cessation campaign that each year invites smokers who want to quit to take action. By registering, participants commit to not smoke for at least 6 weeks, from March 1 to April 11. Read more

2012-10-12 | Press release
A simple gesture can protect them and prevent them from experiencing serious health problems

Montreal, October 20, 2012 – Because their parents smoke or allow others to smoke in the house or car, over 89,000 Quebec children (nearly one out of ten) are still regularly exposed to second-hand smoke. The 6th Smoke-Free Family campaign was launched this morning in order to make parents aware of the dangers of second-hand smoke to the health of children. Read more