The comedy evening featuring the impersonator Michaël Rancourt, which served as funding for the Atelier occupationnel Rive-Sud, presented on September 29 under the honorary presidency of Martin Lafrance, of the Martin Lafrance Philanthropic Fund, brought together some 200 spectators and raised $60,000, a new mark. Founded in 1969, the Occupational Workshop Rive-Sud was formed by a group of parents of children living with an intellectual disability. L’Atelier offers companies tailor-made outsourcing services that ensure significant savings in time and money. In the photo, from left to right: Pierre-Luc Jean, President; Colombe Roger, vice-president; Maxime Leclair, General Manager; Nathalie Desmeules and Martin Lafranc, honorary president.
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The Maurice-Tanguay Foundation took advantage of the recent fundraising evening for the Occupational Workshop Rive-Sud to give it $25,000. The Occupational Workshop Rive-Sud, with its 75 workers under the supervision of an experienced team, is a non-profit organization. It offers a work environment adapted to adults who have an intellectual or physical disability and for whom access to the labor market would otherwise be difficult. By using the services of the Atelier, you will therefore support, at the same time, an essential social mission. Pictured, in usual order:Guillaume Gagnon, Maurice-Tanguay Foundation; France Tanguay of the Atelier and Pierre-Luc Jean, president of the Rive-Sud occupational workshop.
After making a profound and lasting impact on their respective scientific fields, Professors Jean-Pierre Brun and Hélène Lee-Gosselin(photos), from the Faculty of Administrative Sciences (FSA) of Laval University, were recently promoted to the rank of emeritus by the University Council. The title of professor emeritus is an honor bestowed on a professor who has ceased to exercise his regular functions after having distinguished himself in teaching or research at the University. This is the highest recognition that Université Laval can bestow on a member of its faculty. Jean-Pierre Brun is a pioneer in the field of occupational health and safety management. Hélène Lee-Gosselin has distinguished herself throughout her career for her avant-garde research on employment equality, female entrepreneurship and the place of women in decision-making bodies. They will be honored at a ceremony to be held on November 22. Kudos to both of you
October 22, 1962. President John F. Kennedy(pictured) orders a blockade of Cuba, after US reconnaissance planes discover Soviet nuclear weapons in Cuba. He orders a naval “quarantine” of the communist nation.
Stéphane Quintal (photo), deputy to the prefect disciplinary officer of the National Hockey League (NHL), 54 years old…Helmut Lotti, Belgian singer, 53 years old…Jeff Goldblum, American actor, 70 years old …Raymond Bachand, former Minister of Finance of Quebec, 75 years old…Claude Charron, ex-host (TVA), 76 years old…Yvan Ponton, comedian, actor and host from Quebec (RDS) 77 years old…Catherine Deneuve, French actress, 79 years old…Christopher Lloyd, American actor, 84 years old.
October 22, 2021: Peter Scolari (photo), 66, American actor… 2020: William Frederick Blinn, 83, American screenwriter and producer (Starsky and Hutch) … 2018: Gilberto Benetton, 77, Italian entrepreneur, co-founder and co-director, with his brothers and sister, of the group Benetton… 2017: Daisy Berkowitz, 49 years old, American musician who was the first guitarist and co-founder of Marilyn Manson… 2015: Abbé Antoine Bouchard, 83 years old , organist, organ professor at UL (1961-1997) and director of the music school at Laval University (1977-1980) … 2014: Nathan Cirillo, corporal member of the Argyll & Sutherland Highlanders of Canada, reservists based in Hamilton… 2013: Marylou Dawes, 80 years old, Canadian pianist… 1998: Jean Rafa, 88 years old, French entertainer … 1987: Lino Ventura, 68 years old, Italian actor… 1979: Nadia Boulanger, 92 years old, French musician and conductor… 1973: Pablo Casals, 96 years old, Spanish cellist and composer.
Katrine Johns has been a reporter on the news desk since 2013. Before that she wrote about young adolescence and family dynamics for Styles and was the legal affairs correspondent for the Metro desk. Before joining The Gal Post, Katrine Johns worked as a staff writer at the Village Voice and a freelancer for Newsday, The Wall Street Journal, GQ and Mirabella. To get in touch, contact me through my firstname.lastname@example.org 1-800-268-7128