The return of the 24 Hours of the Lake


After two years of waiting, the 24 hours of Lac Archibald (Lac-Beauport) will be back, for 16and presentation, in person this time for everyone’s delight. The event will take place on the 23rd and 24th of July in Lac-Beauport to raise funds for charitable causes. Five (5) different categories are offered: running, cycling and road walking, as well as an “In the woods” section with a run (trail) and mountain biking. Registration costs $45 per participant for walkers and runners and $150 per participant for cyclists. Again this year, the popular component “Marcheur d’un Tour Desjardins” will be back. In exchange for a donation of $25 ($15 if you are a Desjardins member), the donor can participate in the event by taking a tour of Lac-Beauport (7.6 km) at any time during the weekend, encouraging foundation of your choice among the three supported. Registration at marcheurduntour.com in advance or on site. For other entries, as a participant, until May 15 at 24heuresdlac.com/inscription-2022.

A goal of $400,000 for the Fondation En Cœur


Open to all of Quebec, the 6H (Six heures) En Cœur event will be back online or in person from May 21-28 to raise funds and show solidarity with children with heart disease and their families. . The goal is to achieve 6 hours of physical activity, regardless of the formula chosen. In Quebec, the activity will take place on Saturday, May 28, at Base Plein Air Sainte-Foy. This involves completing 6 hours of walking or running, alone, in a group or in relay. For the virtual formula, between the 21st and 28th of May, participants will be able to do 6 hours of physical activity, regardless of the formula they choose. Prizes will be awarded to all participants of the 6H En Cœur. ODres Christine Houdeof Quebec, and Anne Fournierof Montreal, pediatric cardiologists, accepted the honorary co-chair of 6H En Cœur 2022. All details at 6hencoeur.org.

deserved recognition


On March 13, the 265th Branch of the Royal Canadian Legion of Quebec (RCL) presented Laurent Lefebvre, 86, with his pin for 65 years of loyal service. It was after his military service in the Royal Canadian Artillery, with its anti-aircraft unit, that he joined the Royal Canadian Legion. At age 21, he first enrolled in Levis Branch 12, where he served for over 50 years. After moving from Saint-Romuald to Quebec in 2007, he joined Branch 265 in Quebec, where he has just completed another 15 years of service. In the figure, Pierre Gosselin (left), president of Subsidiary 265, with Laurent Lefebvre.

In memory


May 5, 2012. After more than 22 hours of negotiations, an agreement in principle is reached between the liberal government of Jean Charest and the representatives of the four main student associations, FEUQ, FECQ, TACEQ and ASSE.

birthdays


Annie Villeneuve (photo), broadcaster of Rythme Fm 102.9 in Quebec, 39 years old… José Adam (pictured), owner of Maison Adam in Quebec, 64 years old… Pier-Luc Funk, Quebec actor, 28 years old… Alexandra LarochelleQuebec novelist, 28 years old… AdeleBritish singer-songwriter, 34 years old… Roberto Marien, comedian and singer, 65 years old… Bruna Gervasi, the charming wife of Beppino Boezio… André JolicoeurTanguay Group, 66 years old… Jacques Duvalfounder of the Jacques Duval dance school, 77 years old… Jacques Moisan, ex-announcer and TV presenter, 81 years old… Bernardo Pivô, journalist, father of the famous saying, 87 years old.

absent


May 5, 2007: Paul O. Maheu (photo), 70 years old, main builder of the company Maheu and Maheu Inc. from Quebec… 2020: Millie Small72, Jamaican singer-songwriter, best known for her 1964 recording of my lollipop boy2019: Barbara Perry97 years old, American actress, singer and dancer who made a career in Hollywood and Broadway… 2017: Bernard Mitton62, South African tennis player… 2014: Jackie Lynn Taylor88 years old, American actress… 2013: Rossella Falk86 years old, Italian actress… 2011: J. Donald Crump78, Canadian Football League Commissioner… 2010: André Lamy77 years old, a leading figure in Quebec cinema… 1999: Pierre Petel, 79 years old, one of the creators of Radio-Canada TV… 1992: Jean-Claude Pascal, 64 years old, French actor.

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