This past Friday morning, the Saint-Michel Basilica-Cathedral in Sherbrooke was filled to the brim by the more than 1,500 people who turned out for the annual Canadian Organ & Tissue Donors Association (CODA) Ceremony. Every year for the last 25 years the CODA (or ACDO, as it is known in French) has held this ceremony of remembrance and recognition in honour of those individuals who, in the previous year, served as organ or tissue donors in the province of Quebec. “With this ceremony, we pay tribute to the men and women who have bequeathed a legacy of health through organ and tissue donation,” said CODA President and Founder Richard Tremblay. See full story in the Monday, October 22 edition of The Record. See full story in the Monday, October 22 edition of The Record.