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Nancy and John
Alliston, Ontario (Nancy)

Wednesday, December, 26, 2007 at 18:17:12

What is the exact address of Westwood Junior High... I would need this to get to the oval skating rink

thanks greatly
Gloria Galardo, B.ED., MBA.,

December 21, 2007

Hello, I am wondering if you could tell me where the signs are being sold for Patricia Jolicoeur's cause (Slow down for Patricia). I would like to support Patricia and their family in their plight for safer roads (I did an internet seach and noticed you did an article on her accident several months back).

Thank you.
Trish Reid,

November 11, 2007

I am looking for a place in Hudson/St lazare that offers winter sleigh rides. My nephew and niece will be coming for Xmas from California and I wanted to take them for a real sleigh ride. Does anyone have a suggestion?

Thanks, Lynette

Lynette < >
DDO, QC, Canada - October, 30, 2007 at 13:08 (EDT)


Do you have any senior living accommodation ? I am presently living at le Cambridge in Pointe Claire but there is a little too much "togetherness" for me. What I would really like to find is a condo or apartment for rent. I have recently sold my house and do not want the responsibility of ownership now but would like to find an apartment in a building that has a depanneur and perhaps a pool.

I have visited Hudson often and am attracted by its ambience,location and variety. If you can offer what I am looking for it would not be required until the Spring as I have been here for only four and a half months and am not quite ready to face another move so soon.

I can be reached by e-mail or at 514 695 3813.

Meg Brown

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Montreal, QC, Canada - October 19, 2007 at 14:22 (EDT)


I would like to bring to your attention the activities and achievements of two Hudson residents, which could make for an interesting feature article.

Aimée Ambroziak, and Chris Masson, both residents of Hudson, and new theatre school graduates, have been hired this year as members of Geordie Productions' Touring Troupe, a professional theatre company based in Montreal that specializes in theatre for young audiences. The tour includes an exhilarating 8-month trip across Quebec, Ontario and the Maritimes, as well as a special presentation in Montreal next weekend for Family Audiences (please see attached Press Release). The play they will be performing is A Promise is a Promise a stage adaptation of the book by favourite storytellers Robert Munsch and Michael Kusugak. The play will be open to the public for one weekend only, from October 12 - 14, after which the tour will continue traveling the production.

Over the course of the tour, the troupe, consisting of 4 actors and a stage manager, will visit schools, libraries, community centres and theatres across the province. Though the province boasts several theatre troupes specializing in theatre for young audiences, Geordie is the sole group to regularly tour to remote anglophone communities throughout Quebec. By van, ferry, bush plane and fishing boat the troupe (and their set, costumes and props) makes their way through the Abitibi, Outaouais, the Magdalen Islands, and Lower North Shore, stopping in larger centres such as Quebec City, Trois Rivieres, Thetford Mines and the Eastern Townships along the way. Geordie tours extensively in the greater Montreal area as well.

Aimée and Chris are not only acquiring professional theatre experience, but living an adventure of a lifetime. In many communities, Geordie's annual visit is the only chance youth in the community get to experience professional theatre. For these actors, they get the unique opportunity to bring theatre to thousands of students, touching their lives artistically in ways that will stay with them for years to come.

Geordie Productions was founded over 25 years ago with the belief that the live theatre experience is an important part of a child's education. The company includes in its mission the aim to bring high-quality professional language theatre in English to as wide a student audience as possible. Another of the company's priorities has been to showcase young talent, facilitating recent theatre grads' transition into the professional theatre world.

If any of the above piques your interest, please feel free to give me a call, to talk to Aimée, Chris or the artistic director. Thank you in advance for your time and attention.

Siu-Min Jim
Communications Director
Geordie Productions
t. 514.845.9810
f. 514.845.3634

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Montreal, QC, Canada - October 3, 2007 at 15:02 (EDT)


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