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October 17th, 2014

DAVIDSON, Allan Ernest

October 17, 2014

Allan Ernest Davidson, at the Grace Christian Home, on Wednesday, October 15, 2014 in his 88 year

October 16th

Fluoride opposition a minority opinion, say health professionals

October 16, 2014

Dr. Melissa Généreux, director of Santé Public Estrie, the Eastern Townships public health division, is hoping that voter turnout is high for the upcoming public consultation on water fluoridation in Richmond.
According to Généreux as many as 60 per cent of adults in the Eastern Townships are in favour of water fluoridation, based on a study conducted this summer, which leads her to believe that those standing in opposition to the program represent a vocal minority in the issue.

“We have good reason to believe that there are lots of people in favour

Councillor has issues with 'incubator' plan

October 16, 2014

Sherbrooke city councillor Hélène Dauphinais (Pin-Solitaire) is raising questions about the future incubator for innovative businesses planned for the former Marquette St. police headquarters, and is focusing on the numbers submitted by the Sherbrooke Innopole on the costs of the project.
Innopole appeared on Tuesday before the council’s Committee of the Whole to seek financial assistance of $225,000. Dauphinais argues that the contribution of the City would actually amount to $600,000.
On her Facebook page, Dauphinais describes the cost estimation of $225,000 as “very narrow.”

Relais Saint-François coming down in January

October 16, 2014

The long-anticipated demolition of the former youth detention centre Relais Saint-François, originally scheduled for the end of this summer, will finally take place in early 2015. The centre was in the news earlier this week following the eruption of two separate arson fires within a 24-hour period.
Sherbrooke’s La Tribune is reporting that the owner of the land and buildings, Gestion Immobilière Santi, plans to begin construction of its Place de la source project in 2015.

Ready for the challenge: Jubinville gearing up for new career

October 16, 2014

Talking to Jean-Benoît Jubinville, you can hear the excitement in his voice. Bishop’s’ newly-appointed athletic director can’t wait to get into post.

“Starting that job is a dream for me,” said Jubinville on Thursday, the day after The Record learned that Bishop’s had hired a new head of athletics. “University varsity sport is the highest level possible; for anyone working in athletics this is the top of the line.”

Cougars and Notre-Dame in battle for first

October 16, 2014

The Champlain College football team will try and snap a two-game losing streak tonight when they play Notre Dame-de-Foy in a game that will determine first place in the Northeast Division as well as a first-round bye in the upcoming provincial Division 1 playoffs. On paper the Cougars are a better team, they lead the Division in points scored and points against but at times they have been their own worst enemy

MYERS, Duncan Lancelot “Lanny”

October 16, 2014

(1942–2014). It is with heavy hearts that we announce the passing of Duncan Lancelot Myers “Lanny” surrounded by loved ones on October 11, 2014.

TAYLOR, Eleanor (nee Labonté)

October 16, 2014

Passed away peacefully after a brief illness, on Tuesday,­ October 14, 2014 at the Grace Christian Home, ­Huntingville.

October 15th

Jubinville to take over BU Athletics

October 15, 2014

The Record has learned that Bishop’s University, who has been without an Athletic Director since Brian Breckles’ departure in September, will name current Cégep de Sherbrooke Athletic Director Jean-Benoît Jubinville as their new head of athletics. An official announcement could be made as soon as today, with Jubinville reportedly expected to start at his new post on Nov. 3.

DEWEY, Donald

October 15, 2014

(1933-2014)Passed away peacefully with his family by his side, on October 13, 2014 at the age of 81

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