September 21 2011 Edition

Great Canadian Shoreline Cleanup

Local company NovoVision in association with the Great Canadian Shoreline Cleanup is hosting its first annual Fall Park Cleanup this coming Saturday, September 24th 2011 at 10:00am.

"This initiative is an opportunity to give back to our parks, our environment, and our planet, all while having fun doing it" say J.P. Chartier, president of NovoVision.

Champlain-St.Lawrence’s Réda Bensaidane shares top honours at Forces Avenir Gala

Photo: Photo: Christian Brosseau

Cegep Champlain-St.Lawrence's Réda Bensaidane, 18, shared top honours, and a $5,000 prize, with Alexandre Lemieux from Cegep Ste-Foy for their project aimed at finding a cure for Parkinson's disease at the Forces Avenir Gala.

Jewel, Elsie 26 April 1924 - 15 Sept 2011

Passed away in the Jeffery Hale Hospital in Quebec, on September 15, 2011. Elsie Jewell was the beloved sister of Violet Dohery, Alma Dumesnil, Beatrice Gingras, Olive Jewell, and the late Isabel Suess and the late Leslie Jewell (brother). She also leaves many cousins, nieces and nephews, as well as numerous other family members.

The funeral will take place at St.

Derek Hill 1946-2011


On September 14 died suddenly at his home in Pont Rouge at sunset.

Joan Clarke Wright 1927 - 2011


It is with great sadness that the family announces the passing of Joan Agnes Clarke Wright, dearest wife of 60 years of Stuart Chapman Wright, on September 17, 2011, at Hôpital de l'Enfant Jesus. Joan was the daughter of the late Helen Dunfield and Vincent Clarke, and lived in Quebec City. She was a loving and devoted mother to Bradley (Susan) and Sheryl (Malcolm Mercer).

Saint Brigid’s - Jeffery Hale Hospital adapts to need for different levels of care

Submitted by Diane Kameen
The MSSS [Ministry of Health and Social Services] recently announced an action plan to improve services for the growing number of seniors who require varying levels of care. As part of this plan, a limited number of long-term care beds in the Capitale-Nationale region may be transformed into intermediate-care beds.

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