June 24, 2024

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Laurent Duvernay-Tardif was at “the goose that laid the golden eggs” on Sunday.

Laurent Duvernay-Tardif was at "the goose that laid the golden eggs" on Sunday.

Six nonprofit organizations shared a total of $250,000 during the special broadcast. Goose that lays golden eggs Presented on Sunday when Laurent Duvernay-Tardiff was there.

On this occasion, we highlighted the global movement of philanthropy I will give it on Tuesday And the episode was part of a charity event We benefit from giving backFrom Loto-Québec.

Each participant has to choose the organization they want to associate with and the state corporation will match the amount they won during the show up to a maximum of $100,000.

Every organization is represented on set, which explains the presence of Laurent Duvernay-Tardif. Because Charles-Emile Raby of Saint-Andre-Avelin in Outauais chose the Laurent Duvernay-Tardif Foundation. As Mr Robbie won $16,500 while playing, the sum will be donated to a foundation set up by the friendly doctor and footballer.

France Bourgon, from Saint-Amable in Monterrey, chose the Montreal Heart Institute Foundation, where her husband received excellent care. The foundation will receive a donation of $47,000.

Josie Courchesne, of Saint-Ambroise, Saguenay-Lac-Saint-Jean, joined the Fondation Sainte-Janquière. This is a $100,000 donation that will be shared among the four CHSLDs in the area at the winner’s request.

Monique Lariviere of Maniwaukee, Outaouais, chose Lucan to donate $8,500.

Louis Leonard from La Minerve in Lawrence, chosen Signe Femmes de Riviere-Rouge, will receive a $58,000 donation.

Finally, Noella Therrien and Claude Desrochers from Trois-Rivières in Mauritius chose Multiple Sclerosis Canada, a regional organization in Mauritius. The organization receives a donation of $22,000.

During the December 3 episode, at 5:30 p.m., on TVA, Jackpot Goose that lays golden eggs Approaching $1,275,000.

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