Monthly Archives: October 2015

Townshippers’ Association Helps Award $25,000 in Bursaries to Four Health Care Students

Picture Credit: Townshippers' Association  Picture Caption: Townshippers’ Association is delighted to help three future nurses and one physiotherapist pursue their educational ambitions by awarding $25,000 in bursaries to (left to right, top) Michèle Giard, Katalina Smith, (left to right, bottom) Alexander Adank and Marie-Soleil Larouche through the McGill University Training and Retention of Health Professionals Project. Press Release For

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Free Business Coaching in Lennoxville

Being a small business owner can be both rewarding and challenging, sometimes at the same time! Do you wish you had someone to run your “crazy” idea by? Would you like someone to help you get your business off the ground? Why not ask your question or bounce your idea off of an experienced business coach from YES Montreal! Thanks to a partnership with YES, on November 11 business coach Coby Ingham will be in Townshippers’ Association’s Lennoxville

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What to do When a Loved One Passed Away

When someone close to us dies, it can catch us off guard, even if it is expected. We are suddenly faced with a range different emotions and may also have to take care of many details and arrangements. Knowing what to do and what to expect can help make things a bit easier. Join Townshippers’ Association at the next Food for Thought lunch and learn event at noon on Friday, October 30 as we focus on the topic of “The death of a loved one; what

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New Service for Seniors 

If you are a senior in need of support or assistance, your Volunteer Center can help! The Cowansville Volunteer center, also known as the CAB (Centre D’Action Benevole de Cowansville) now offers a new source of information for seniors, the Carrefour d’information pour ainés, or CIA. Developed in collaboration with the Granby Volunteer Center, the CIA will let you know about various social and health programs and services that seniors are entitled

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Activities for Parents and Young Children in Richmond

If you have a child age three or younger and are looking for an activity to enjoy together while also meeting other parents with small children, then join the Parent-Child Mother Goose Program at the Richmond and Region Community Learning Centre (CLC). This FREE program is continuing for another nine week session beginning October 16 until December 11, 2015 from 9:30 am – 10:30 at Richmond Regional High School, 375 Armstrong Street. The program

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Get Ready To Vote! 

If you are a Canadian citizen and 18 year of age or older, by now you should have received your voter information card telling you where and when to vote in the upcoming federal election. You should bring that card with you when you vote. If your card contains errors or you didn’t receive it yet, you can check, update or complete your registration at elections.ca or by calling Elections Canada.  It’s possible to update your information at advance

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Are You Ready to Vote?

If you are registered to vote, you will have likely received your voter information card in the mail. If not, be sure to contact Elections Canada at one of the methods below or by visiting your local office in person. Election Day is Monday, October 19, advanced polls are open Thanksgiving weekend from October 9 until the 12, noon to 8:00 pm, but did you also know that you can vote at the Elections Canada office in your riding from now until Tuesday,

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English-speaking Community Representatives Appointed to CIUSSS de l’Estrie – CHUS Board

  Press Release    For Immediate Distribution SHERBROOKE, October 1, 2015 – Townshippers’ Association is pleased to announce the appointment of  President Gerald Cutting and Executive Director Rachel Hunting to the newly created administrative council of the Centre intégré universitaire de santé et de services sociaux (CIUSSS) de l’Estrie – Université de Sherbrooke by Minister of Health and Social Services, Mr. Gaétan Barrette.

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