The 35th golf tournament of the La Malbaie Hospital Foundation, presented on June 3 at the Murray Bay golf club in La Malbaie, under the honorary presidency of Denis Lefrançois, Vice-President, Business Development of Groupe Theetge, was a great success with the participation of 180 golfers The initial objective of $50,000 has been exceeded, since the net income amounts to $60,302. This amount will be used to purchase a Panda heated bed to be used in the Charlevoix birthing unit department. In the photo, the honorary president is surrounded by the organizing committee and members of the Foundation.
the pride of a father
Camille Van Houtte retired from the Quebec City Police Service (SPVQ) in 2015, where she worked for 31 years. On June 10, she saw her son William, 23, receive his diploma from the Québec National Police School (ENPQ) in Nicolet. After displaying a lot of energy and going through some pandemic-related bumps, his perseverance, work ethic, and determination to do whatever he does well served him well, his father, Camille, and his mother, Linda, tell me. , who wants his son to be happy in his new professional life. William would like to follow in his father’s footsteps in the SPVQ, but he remains very open to the idea of practicing his profession elsewhere. In the photo, the Van Houttes father and son.
As it celebrates its 20th anniversary this year, the Pierre Elliott Trudeau Foundation has just announced the names of the 13 scholars, from Canada and beyond, who will access its leadership program and doctoral fellowship program. Chosen from nearly 500 applications received, these exceptional doctoral students will be eligible for the Pierre Elliott Trudeau Foundation’s generous doctoral fellowship program and leadership training program. Therefore, they will receive significant financial support, educational resources, wonderful mentorship opportunities, and personalized leadership training. Among the selected fellows are those from Université Laval: Camille Lefebvre (left image), political science and law, and Stéphanie Racine Maurice (correct image), psychology.
June 18, 2007. The emirate of Dubai buys the Queen Elizabeth 2 cruise ship for $100M. He plans to turn it into a floating hotel for the artificial island of Jumeirah (photo) of the Palm Islands tourism project. The liner stopped sailing the oceans in November 2008.
Martin Saint Louis (Photo), the 32nd coach of the Montreal Canadiens, 47… sam alexis woodsdaughter of Tiger Woods and Elin Nordegren, 15… Annick TremblayAgent, Desjardins Member Services in Sainte-Foy… Pierre TurgeonCommunications advisor to the CEGO (Center of Expertise for Large Organizations), 61 years old… David Costasformer head of Quebec government relations for Janssen, age 63… John Lemay, v.-p. Development, SM Group… Jean-Claude Poitrasfashion designer, 73 years old… Paul McCartney, British singer, songwriter and singer, 80…
June 18, 2021: Dr. Blaise U. Audet (photo), 83 years old, (Class of 1958 at the Petit Séminaire de Québec), internationally renowned neurosurgeon and great philanthropist… 2020: vera lynnBritish singer who especially marked the period of the Second World War… 2018: great Van Vader, 63 years old, real name Leon Allan White, former WWE and WCW wrestler… 2017: tim there34, Canadian UFC veteran… 2014: Clara Martin100 years old, doyen of Quebec letters and first woman on Quebec radio… 2013: Marcel Lacroix82 years old, engineer, renowned businessman… 2012: Daniel Audet, 51 years old, former columnist for the Journal de Montréal… 2008: yvon langlois72, co-founder of Langlois Volkswagen and Roulottes Langlois… 2007: George Thurston55, aliases black ball… 2005. Louis-Philippe “Paddy” Pedneault, 85 years old, CKCV sports commentator for twenty years… 1994. Roger Lebel, 71 years old, comedian from Quebec.