The death of Nadège St-Philippe has saddened the artistic and political circles and many have turned to social networks to pay tribute to her.
“What sad news. Her presence brightened the times in Quebec and she will be missed. My thoughts are with his family, his loved ones and the TVA group,” said Quebec Premier François Legault.
“How sad. Condolences to Nadège's husband, family and loved ones. Certainly courage and a lot of love to get through the rest,” wrote the leader of the Quebec Liberal Party, Dominique Anglade.
“This news saddens me deeply. Nadège was an extraordinary woman with whom I had the greatest pleasure to work. I offer my deepest condolences to his family and loved ones,” said Nathalie Roy, Minister of Culture and Communications.
“What sad news. This is a talented young woman who is leaving us far too soon. My thoughts are with Nadège's family today. My deep and sincere condolences to all his loved ones,” wrote Valérie Plante.
“I am saddened by the death of Nadège St-Philippe. A talented presenter, generous to her audience and committed to the community, particularly in Montreal North, she will be missed. I offer my sincere condolences to his family, his colleagues and his loved ones,” added the Leader of the Opposition in Montreal, Aref Salem.
“Nadège was a magnificent woman, full of empathy, of life and laughter. She never forgot where she came from, always ready to help young people in Montreal North. She leaves too quickly. Sympathies to family, friends and colleagues,” shared local MP Paule Robitaille.
“We will miss you, Nadège! You were a ray of sunshine, a role model for many people and a force for positivity. Today we are losing a friend, an ally, a person involved in her community, and an eloquent spokesperson for many of our Festivals,” said entrepreneur and actress Fabienne Colas.
“My friend. You were filled with life and light. Behind the sweetness of your smile was hiding the heart of a lioness. A strength, rooted in the pride of your origins. Your departure breaks my heart Nadège. All my thoughts to your husband, your family and your community,” shared anchor and author Michel Jean.
“Nadège St-Philippe is no more. The disease got the better of her, but the memories I have with her, so few, will remain etched in my memory forever. What a beautiful human being, in every way. We ́ll always love you!”, wrote host Josélito Michaud.
“Nad Chérie, you will have been brave and bright throughout your fight. Rest in power sis”, shared Varda Étienne in an Instagram “story”.
“Goodbye beautiful Nadège”, simply wrote journalist Yves Poirier on Twitter, followed by the hashtag #reposeenpaix.< /p>
“Dazzling beauty, luminous, gentle, immensely kind, Nadège had this gift to illuminate every room she went through. An exceptional human being who will make the sun envy with her brilliance and light. If there were more Nadège, the world would be so much better,” commented TVA Sports journalist Justine Saint-Martin.