The Sinai Soirée@CBC Atrium(Sat.,Oct.29th,2016)

By A.J.Lam

It’s the Saturday before Halloween and The Sinai Soiree is back for its 7th year in a row! Guests were dressed in their best costumes for one the city’s biggest halloween parties. This year, the CBC Atrium is transformed into a Dia de los Muertos street party while supporting Women’s and Infants’ Health at Sinai Health System.

The festivities included an open bar, a DJ to keep the guests on the dance floor til the wee hours of the morning, amazing food served by the catering company, a safe cab ride home, other themed snacks, and a lot of candy for everyone!


Proceeds from The Sinai Soiree will help purchase a Panda Resuscitation Warmer for the Slaight Family Labour & Delivery Unit at Mount Sinai Hospital. Panda Resuscitation warmers help balance and maintain a newborn’s body temperature without the need for a large overhead heater. Panda Warmers are also easily adaptable for high-risk births, as they come with a built-in, integrated resuscitation unit. As Mount Sinai Hospital is a national epicenter for high-risk pregnancies, this new equipment is changing the way we care for our tiniest and most fragile patients
We would like to thank Amanda Rooke-Event Coordinator-Sinai Health Foundation for the invitation to this event.

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