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Manulife Encouraging people to live healthy lives is in Manulife’s DNA. That made it a natural step for its leaders to support Heart & Stroke’s mission, allowing Canadians to live longer, healthier lives. Manulife has become a major supporter of the Caring Hearts Dinner, Montréal — Heart & Stroke’s flagship event in Quebec — by participating for many years. In 2017, Richard Payette, President and CEO of Manulife Quebec, reinforced the company’s commitment by agreeing to become a co-president of the event. Manulife’s commitment was furthered even more when the company became a presenting partner of the 2018 Ride for Heart, a major event in Toronto. “At Manulife, we believe that it is essential to promote a healthy, active lifestyle by encouraging healthy life habits, as they prevent chronic illnesses like heart disease and stroke,” Mr. Payette says. “We are pleased and proud to support Heart & Stroke. Our partnership is part of our commitment to being active participants in our communities, and to helping Canadians live well and improve their health.”
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