Hunger doesn`t end at Christmas

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Hunger doesn`t end at Christmas
WednesdaY december 24th 2014
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Hunger doesn't
end at Christmas
West Island food banks are hoping Christmas donations will not only
meet growing demand, but also last until the summer. Our reporter
Anthony Abbondanza has the latest in the Chronicle's story of the week on page 4.
TC Media – Rob Amyot
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Christmas
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For many, Santa Claus is a jolly
guy, always smiling, who sits us on
his lap to give us a gift. But for some
children, he is also someone with
whom they can open their heart
and speak freely. TC Media was able
to speak with a professional Santa
who has accumulated secrets for
years.
Sainte-Justine Hospital the chance to talk to
Santa live from his office in the North Pole. An
entire set was built for the occasion.
“It was wonderful to see the children’s eyes
as they discovered the world of Santa Claus.”
When children get to the point where they
no longer believe in Santa Claus, one thing is
very important to him: “You have to let them
make their own mind and not impose your own.”
“For those who seem disoriented because
they were told that this character does not
exist, I ask them all the time, ‘You, do you
believe in Santa Claus?’ If they answer yes, I
say it’s for them to decide if they want to
believe or not.”
For children who are convinced that Santa
Claus does not exist, his answer is simple. He
tells them they just made it to the big league,
and asks them not to tell their little brothers
and sisters. “We’ll let them believe like you
did. Santa is there to comfort them and bring
them joy.”
Paul, who wishes to remain anonymous, has
been playing Santa for 15 years for the Santa
Claus Association. He has seen thousands of
kids. Every year, he accumulates stories worth
sharing.
“To be a good Santa Claus, you must love
children, be attentive and receptive, and ask
the right questions,” said Paul. “The children
tell me about their school, their family and the
gifts they wish to receive.”
Separated parents
Children of separated parents often tell him
secretly that it is particularly difficult during
Keep believing in Santa Claus
Seeing joy in children’s faces is one of the rea- the festive season. These kids have to celebrate
sons why this professional Santa Claus likes to Christmas one day with their mother and another day with their father, when they want evepersonify the popular bearded figure.
Five years ago, Paul travelled to California ryone to be together for the holidays.
“They ask me if I can do something about
for an American telecommunications
company to offer sick children residing at it. I tell them that Santa can do many things,
but for this particular situation, there is
nothing he can do. What is important is to
make them understand that the conflict is
between their father and mother and has
nothing to do with them. I also
tell them their parents love
them very much. They need to be
reassured so they do not take everything upon their shoulders.”
The santa claus
Association includes
nearly 240 santas,
40 permanent and
200 casual.
This organization exists since 1959.
it assigns santas in office parties,
corporate parties and shopping centers.
several visits also take place in daycare
centers, hospitals and seniors residences.
Tc Media spoke with a professional santa clause who has been on the receiving end of many
privileged conversations with West island children. TC Media - Keith McAuliffe
kept repeating: “This is Grandpa Paul who is scared of him so he takes GrandPa’s voice for
disguised as Santa Claus.” Her older sister, you not to be afraid.”
“I will always remember that moment,” he
five-years old, replied, “No, no, it’s Santa
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Joyful moments
Remembering lighter
moments, Paul said
he was privileged to
witness a conversation between two
of his grandchildren during
a family party.
His two-year
old grandson
Story of the Week
West Island food banks meet growing demand
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The demand for non-perishable
food items is growing as more families are in need of the services offered by food banks across the West
Island.
During its 9th annual Christmas basket distribution on Dec. 12-13 in Pierrefonds, the
West Island Mission distributed large boxes of
food to 296 families – 38 more than in 2013.
“Believe it or not, we have to turn families
away,” said Wendy Gariepy, the mission’s operations manager.
Gariepy told the Chronicle prior to basket
distribution that the food bank had to set a cutoff point of 300 registered families.
“Logistically and financially, to pull off
more than 300 baskets is a massive undertaking,” she said, adding that four families cancelled just before last week’s Christmas basket
distribution.
The real challenge, however, comes after
the holidays when food banks, in general, must
rely on their Christmas donations until the West island Mission volunteers help distribute baskets for 296 families on Dec. 13 in pierrefonds.
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AVIS est par les présentes donné aux résidants
de la Ville de Baie-D’Urfé et à qui de droit que :
NOTICE is hereby given to Town of Baie-D’Urfé
residents and to whom it may concern that:
À une séance extraordinaire tenue le
16 décembre 2014 à 20 h, le conseil municipal
de la Ville de Baie-D’Urfé a adopté le Règlement
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pour l’année 2015 et comportant d’autres
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At a special meeting held December 16, 2014
at 8 p.m., the Municipal Council of the Town of
Baie D’Urfé adopted By-law no. 1044 imposing
the general real estate tax for 2015 and
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À une séance extraordinaire tenue le
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At a special meeting held December 16, 2014
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Donné à Baie-D’Urfé, ce 24e jour de
décembre 2014.
Given at Baie-D’Urfé, this 24th day of
December 2014.
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“Right now things are piling and it’s fantastic to see because everyone is in that frame of
mind,” said Gariepy. “As soon as January hits
though, that all stops.”
Supply and demand
The demand for food banks and its baskets
is growing.
The mission is presently serving 40 families
a week, up five year-over-year.
At On Rock Community Services,
volunteers are distributing baskets to 200 registered families a week – a 20 per cent increase
since 2013, according to On Rock’s founder
Kim Reid.
That figure could grow substantially as 30
families are currently on the Pierrefonds organization’s waiting list.
“The big thing now is how and where to
find the extra food,” said Reid, who distributed
200 turkeys and Christmas baskets on Saturday.
“I have the volunteers and the truck, but it’s
about developing new networks so we can give
consistently to new families.”
To meet the growing demand of food banks
across the West Island, the mission’s Gariepy is
encouraging people to organize food drives
beyond the Christmas holidays.
“How great would it be to have a food drive
once every few months?” said the operations
manager.
The mission distributed 2,021 baskets in
2013, 520 more than in 2012. When the organization was established in 2005, the West
Island Mission distributed 725 baskets.
The largest demographic presently served
is immigrant families.
But according to Gariepy, the mission is
seeing “a sizeable increase in people with
mental health issues.”
“A lot of it has to do with the economy and
people suffering from depression and anxiety,”
she said.
On Rock, according to Reid, serves a varied
list of families – all of whom are impacted by
the economy.
“As companies decide to downsize and
layoff say 50 people that are aged 55 and over,
who’s going to hire those people? Getting a job
at 55 is a difficult task,” he said.
To donate non-perishable foods, like canned or dry goods, or, to simply make a cash
donation to On Rock, visit onrock.org or call
514-696-1905.
To donate to the West Island Mission, visit
wimmoi.com or call 514-912-6813 to arrange
a drop off.
A West Island Mission volunteer helps distribute a Christmas box filled with non-perishable food
during the organization's ninth annual Christmas Basket Distribution. TC Media - Rob Amyot
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Rabbi Fishman of congregation Beth Tikvah delivered the clothing last week to Mada community
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Three local charities were the beneficiaries
of some holiday generosity last week – courtesy
of the Congregation Beth Tikvah.
The Dollard des Ormeaux congregation
donated over $100,000 worth of new clothing
to the Mada Community Centre, Sun Youth,
and the Old Brewery Mission as part of the first
annual Beth Tikvah Holiday Mission.
“There is no question that a greater number of
families in Montreal are facing economic hardships.
The ups and downs of the economy continue to
take a heavy toll on families,” the congregation’s
Rabbi Mark Fishman said in a statement. “The
Beth Tikvah Holiday Mission is all about community, sharing and helping those in need which is a
great testament to the human spirit.”
Each charity received between three to five
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Fishman launched the mission earlier this
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acquiring new skills and work experiences. Volunteering also
brings personal satisfaction that comes from helping people in
your community, and being a positive influence on these
changes. For more information, contact Justine Savoie at
514-421-2212, ext. 26.
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NOTICE OF CLOSURE OF INVENTORY
(newspaper notice: C.C.Q., art. 795)
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Notice is hereby given that Michael THOMPSON (the
“Deceased”), domiciled at 5231 Riviera, unit 104, Montreal,
Quebec, H8Z 3H7 in his lifetime, died in Montreal on August
14th, 2014. An inventory of the Deceased’s property has
been made in accordance with the law and can be consulted
by interested parties at the office of Mtre Julie Sauvé, notary,
situated at 17 Cité-des-Jeunes E., office 200, VaudreuilDorion, Quebec, J7V 0N3.
Given on this 12th day of December, 2014.
Joy Mc Gloire Beckles
>5964000
avis de clôture d’inventaire
DEMANDE DE DISSOLUTION
Prenez avis que Rita Vaillancourt, en son vivant domiciliée
et résidant au 334, chemin Penn, Beaconsfield, province
de Québec, H9W 1B6, est décédée à Kirkland le 27 juin
2014. Un inventaire de ses biens a été dressé conformément à la loi et peut être consulté par les intéressés aux
bureaux de l’étude Miljours Paquette Avocats s.e.n.c.r.l.
situé au 3535, boulevard Saint-Charles, bureau 600, à
Kirkland, province de Québec, H9H 5B9.
Donné ce 12 décembre 2014
Me Priscilla Bernier, Avocate
>5972764
Prenez avis que la compagnie
JEAN-O-RAMA LTÉE a l’intention
de demander sa dissolution au
Registraire des entreprises du
Québec.
(avis dans le journal : c.c.Q., art. 795)
PROVINCE DE QUÉBEC
VILLE DE POINTE-CLAIRE
>5974749
PROVINCE OF QUEBEC
CITY OF POINTE-CLAIRE
AVIS PUBLIC
PUBLIC NOTICE
ENTRÉE EN VIGUEUR DE RÈGLEMENTS
COMING INTO FORCE OF BY-LAWS
Avis est donné que les règlements indiqués ci-dessous ont été adoptés par
le conseil municipal le 16 décembre 2014 :
Public notice is hereby given that the by-laws mentioned hereafter
have been adopted by the municipal council on December 16, 2014:
PC-2816-1 Règlement modifiant le Règlement sur le suivi et le contrôle
budgétaire et sur la délégation de pouvoir PC-2816 ;
PC-2816-1 By-law amending the By-law respecting budget control and
follow-up as well as the delegation of powers PC-2816;
PC-2819 Règlement décrétant l’imposition des taxes foncières, les
compensations pour services municipaux, les tarifs exigibles
pour la fourniture de l’eau potable et le financement des biens,
services et activités offerts par la Ville de Pointe-Claire pour
l’exercice financier 2015.
PC-2819 By-law decreeing the imposition of the general real estate
taxes, compensations for municipal services, the tariffs
exigible for water supply as well as the financing of
properties, services and activities offered by the City of
Pointe-Claire for fiscal year 2015.
Ces règlement peuvent être consultés au bureau du service des affaires
juridiques et du greffe à l’hôtel de ville de Pointe-Claire, situé au
451, boulevard Saint Jean, du lundi au vendredi, à l’exception des jours
fériés, de 8 h 30 à midi et de 13 h à 16 h 30.
These by-laws may be consulted at the Legal Affairs and City Clerk
Department at Pointe-Claire City Hall, located at 451 Saint-Jean
Boulevard, from Monday to Friday, with the exception of legal holidays,
from 8:30 a.m. until noon and from 1:00 p.m. until 4:30 p.m.
Ces règlements entrent en vigueur conformément à la Loi.
These by-laws will come into force according to the Law.
Donné à Pointe-Claire, ce 24ième jour de décembre 2014.
Given at Pointe-Claire this 24th day of December 2014.
Mathieu Legault
Assistant-greffier / Assistant City Clerk
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Campbell Company of Canada, proud supporter of President’s Choice
Children’s Charity since 2006, presented a cheque of $5000 on
December 5th 2014 at the Kirkland Provigo Le Marché store!
To date, Campbell has contributed nearly $300,000 to nutritional programs across Canada for kids with disabilities
through President’s Choice Children’s Charity. Souptember, a festival of delicious featuring new soup innovation
and its perfect Pepperidge Farm pairing, was created to further grow the partnership between Campbell and
Loblaw. A portion of the proceeds from all Campbell’s and Pepperidge Farm products sold throughout September
at Provigo Le Marché Kirkland helped provide adapted equipment for local families with disabilities and provide
nutritious lunches for kids who might otherwise go the whole day without eating. This year, $50K will be donated
to PC Children’s Charity on behalf of Campbell Souptember. Local residents have a large appetite for soup and
thanks to their high per-capita soup consumption, the local store has been selected to accept a cheque for $5,000
from Campbell on behalf of the charity. For more information call 514 426-3005.
PUZZLE NO. 742
PUZZLE NO. 478
ANSWER TO PUZZLE NO. 478
how to play:
Fill in the grid so that every row, every column, and every
3x3 box contains the numbers 1 through 9 only once.
Each 3x3 box is outlined with a darker line. You already
have a few numbers to get you started. Remember: You
must not repeat the numbers 1 through 9 in the same
line, column, or 3x3 box.
ACROSS
1. Hole punchers
5. “You ____ My
Lucky Star”
8. Spat
12. Hen’s home
13. Maiden
14. Bloodhound’s
trail
15. Nero’s garment
16. Permanently
18. Deep, violet blue
20. Said yes to
21. Dried plum
24. Snatches
26. Dinghy paddle
27. At what time?
29. Clarinet’s kin
33. Elaborate
35. Fearful person
37. Minus
38. Stair part
40. Scrap
41. Fur
43. Walk leisurely
45. Horse’s relative
48. Fasten
50. Army prison
52. Wild try
56. Adventurer
Marco ____
57. Golf gadget
58. Sensitive
59. Small mark
60. Misstep
61. Oxen harness
25. Female pig
28. Pause
30. Fishhook point
31. Uttered
32. On ____ (tense)
34. Volcanic residue
36. October stone
39. Dealer
42. Implore
44. Sloppy
45. Certain vipers
46. Whoa!
47. Song for one
49. Look intently
51. Barracks item
53. As well
54. Biblical vessel
55. Stinging insect
ANSWER TO PUZZLE NO. 742
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DOWN
1. Play a part
2. Flirt with
3. Jot down
4. Barcelona’s
nation
5. Ancient
6. Steep-sided valley
7. Refinement
8. Cruise of “Top
Gun”
9. Adored one
10. Golf cry
11. Stew
17. Filch
19. Politician Gingrich
21. Kitty
22. Unlikely
23. Footed vases
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