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brian hanley Email

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So sorry to hear of the passing of my friend
Mike Spears. 

He was a great guy.

r.i.p. Mike

Hanley Family

Glen Cambridge Email

Where Are You From The Point/LaSalle


The 15th Annual Point St. Charles Hall of Recognition Ceremony will be taking place Saturday, September 29th. We look forward to celebrating the 15th anniversary with members of the community as well as past inductees and their families.

Tickets are $40 and include breakfast, entertainment, pizza, refreshments and a dance following the ceremony.

This years' inductees are:

• Linda Millar
• Gordie Bernier Sr
• Frank Dilio
• Robert (Red) Ross Sr.
• The Erin Sports Association

Frank Napieracz Gymnasium - YMCA
225 Ash Ave., Point St. Charles

Doors Open: 10AM
Tickets: $40

Contact Glen Cambridge or Howie Myers for tickets or more information. For students interested in applying for the scholarship program, applications are available at the YMCA, or by contacting Glen or Howie.

Gordie & Betty Bernier  Email

Where Are You From Mercier/The Point

Hi George,

Just want to let you know that a Birthday Celebration for Dorothy Evans Perks (Dusty) for her 100th Birhday will be held at Centre Hebergement Louis Riel on July 3rd from 2:00 to 3:00 Pm.

Hope to see you then.

Bill Govan Email

Where Are You From The Point / Greenfield Park

how do I go about getting myself a ticket for the HofR on Sept, 29?

Please get in touch with Glen Cambridge.

Fergus Keyes Email

Where Are You From The Point

Let's name the new LTR Station at Peel Basin after the Irish

The LTR (Light Transit Rail) project in Montreal plans to have a station somewhere around the “Peel Basin”. This entire area represents a certain “Irishness” since it includes both Griffintown; Goose Village; and Point St. Charles where most original Irish immigrants settled. As well, of course, it would be in the area of the Black Rock and our planned memorial park to the events of 1847.

So as a complete side issue to our Black Rock Memorial Park effort, we think it would be nice if the LTR would recognize this space; and name their new station stop as “Station Irlandais” (the Irish Station) to highlight the many contributions made by the Irish immigrants to our city, province, country and indeed all of North America.

So Cindy Moynan has started a petition that would be sent to the responsible parties at the LTR to consider this possibility of naming this station after the Irish.

Needless to say, the more names that would be on the petition, the better the chance of it happening.

So, please take a moment to sign the petition yourself; and share it wide and far with family and friends and ask them to join us in this request.


The petition can be found at:


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