2015-04-23 | News
The Capsana team welcomed at the National Assembly to mark the closing of the 2015 Health Challenge

On April 23, Jacques Chagnon, president of the National Assembly of Quebec, hosted the Capsana team, the organization behind the Health Challenge, to mark the end of the 2015 campaign. The winners of the IGA Grand Prize and Blue Cross Health Champion prize were also announced at the event. Read more

2015-03-19 | Press release
They are currently participating in the Quit to Win! Challenge

Montreal, March 19, 2015 – Since March 1, nearly 19,500 Quebec smokers are taking up the challenge of their lifetime by participating in the Quit to Win! Challenge. They have committed to not smoking for at least 6 weeks, from March 1 until April 11. Year after year, for the past 16 years now, thousands of Quebecers choose the Challenge as their ally in their attempt to quit smoking... Read more

2015-02-23 | Press release
Register today at HealthChallenge.ca!

Montreal, February 23, 2015 – Registration for the 5/30 Health and Wellness Challenge closes next week. Back for the 11th year, the campaign encourages Quebecers to become health champions by aiming to reach 3 health goals over 6 weeks, from March 1 to April 11, in other words, to eat at least 5 servings of fruit and vegetables a day, get active at least 30 minutes a day, and take a break for increased wellness in life. Registration is underway at HealthChallenge.ca. Read more

2015-02-17 | Press release
Register now at quitchallenge.ca

Montreal, February 17, 2015 – Registrations for the Quit to Win! Challenge are in full swing. Quebec smokers are invited to take up the challenge of their life: to quit smoking for at least 6 weeks, from March 1 to April 11. Registrations are underway at quitchallenge.ca until March 1. Don’t delay, there are only two weeks left to register! Read more

2015-01-22 | Press release
Register at HealthChallenge.ca by March 1

Montreal, January 22, 2015 – Motivating Quebecers to achieve three health goals, the 11th annual 5/30 Health and Wellness Challenge was launched this morning at the Montreal Museum of Fine Arts. From March 1 to April 11, 2015, Quebecers are encouraged to eat 5 servings of fruit and vegetables a day, get active at least 30 minutes a day, and take a break for increased wellness in life... Read more

Psya, a leader in health care in France, Spain and Italy and a specialist in the prevention and management of psychosocial risks and the promotion of health and wellness in the workplace, recently announced its acquisition of the French firm DeuxPointCinq, one of Capsana’s health care partners. Read more

2014-12-29 | Press release
Register at quitchallenge.ca

Montréal, December 29, 2014 – The Quit to Win! Challenge is back for a sixteenth year, inviting Quebec smokers to take up the challenge of their lifetime: to quit smoking for at least 6 weeks, from March 1 to April 11, 2015. Registrations will take place at quitchallenge.ca up to March 1st.

Dr. Rafik Ghali, a new spokesperson

Knowing that tobacco use is a major risk factor for cardiovascular disease... Read more

Capsana is pleased to announce its new partnership with Sprout, a Canadian company whose corporate social wellness platform redefines the promotion of health and wellness in the workplace.

Currently offered in several countries, the Sprout platform encourages... Read more

The Capsana team, in association with Diabetes Québec, is proud to announce the release of its latest publication, Type 2 Diabetes: Taking Action! Prevention and Treatment. The booklet is a complete update of the content and graphics of a previous brochure, Are You Diabetic?, published in 2008. Read more

2014-10-20 | Press release
For the health of children, smoking happens outside.

Montreal, October 20, 2014 – Back for an eighth year, the Smoke-Free Family campaign reminds people of the importance of smoking outside, far away from children, in order to protect their health. In Quebec, there are over 70,000 young “second-hand smokers”. By now, the dangers of second-hand smoke have been proven and documented, yet Quebec is still last by far in the country with respect to the protection of children against this toxic smoke. Read more