Dr. Williams is passionate about primary and emergency care in the rural setting and is excited to work towards addressing the challenges in the northwest area through continuous improvement initiatives and a focus on improving the patient experience. Dr. Williams comes to his role from Unity, Saskatchewan where he has been a practicing family physician for the last ten years. He also has served as the Senior Medical Officer since 2014 and prior to that as the Deputy Senior Medical Officer, former Heartland Health Region. Dr. Williams has worked towards improving the rural standards of care and implementation of patient and family centred care in the rural setting. He has also served on the Saskatchewan Medical Association Representative Assembly for the former Heartland Health Region and is a certified Lean Leader. Dr. McGee is excited to work towards stronger patient and family centred care, recognizing the differences within our rural and regional communities. She is a leader by example and a strong believer in continuous quality improvement initiatives. Dr. Jordan Wingate is a rural family physician originally from Regina, Saskatchewan. After receiving his medical degree from the University of Saskatchewan in 1996, he completed his residency in Family Medicine through the University of Saskatchewan’s rural residency training program. Dr. Wingate has worked in Melfort, Saskatchewan since 1998 where he practices medicine, emergency, obstetrics and hospital care. Rob received his Masters of Business Administration from the University of Regina and is a Certified Lean Leader. Rob brings over 20 years of leadership experience to the position and is excited about the opportunity to work collaboratively to support the vision of the SHA and improve the quality of care to the people of Saskatchewan. Brandy has worked closely with health system partners throughout her career, and is committed to continuing and building new relationships in her role as Executive Director of Academics and Learning. Felecia has more than 20 years of experience working in health care. She led the coordination of four Accreditation Canada surveys for three different organizations. She has worked as an Epidemiologist, Research Officer, Provincial Lead for Early Detection and in a variety of Quality Improvement and Patient Safety Roles. Felecia developed and implemented a plan for Patient and Family Centred Care in the former Sun Country Health Region and led the formation of their first Patient and Family Advisory Council. Felecia is a certified Lean Leader, LEADS facilitator and holds a Masters degree in Community Health and Epidemiology as well as a Bachelor of Commerce degree with a Health Care Administration major. Michelle is a certified Lean Leader and holds a Bachelor of Business Administration from the University of Regina. Her role leading health policy, coupled with her time on the Transition Team, has afforded her a system level perspective of the issues and challenges facing the health system as well as a strong understanding of the context in which successful transformational change must occur. Continuing East, the next stop was at 3330 Tropicana to visit the Pinball Hall of Fame. About 200 machines of the owner’s 1,000 machines are available to play at this location. Approximately 30 people were playing the favorite machines of their youth when I arrived. None of these people were kids as their ages were 35 and up and about half were women. Tim Arnold, the owner was not available, however Mike Clark known as “Hippie”, the main repairman was busy polishing up a machine. Hippie explained that it was a full time job cleaning and replacing gates, bumpers, and supplying parts to keep the machines playable. The Hall of Fame operates as a tribute to the Pinball era, and any profit is donated to charitable causes in Las Vegas. A third person was convicted with the Vaccaro’s in 1985 by the name of William Klahr Cushing born April 25, 1952 in Oil City, PA; and also did several years time. Cushing resurfaced in September-2007 when he was caught cheating again in Vegas and subsequently was added to the Black Book on September 18, 2008. Leavenworth, KS as Inmate #70732, but most people loved him. The most notable player not on the list is Andrew Wiggins, who was picked first overall in the 2014 NBA draft and went on to win rookie of the year with the Minnesota Timberwolves. Canada Basketball also announced the list of 18 players that will form the roster for the qualifying games. The list includes NBA players like Kelly Olynyk of the Miami Heat and Tristan Thompson of the Cleveland Cavaliers, plus players from Europe and the NBA G League. Raptors General Manager Masai Ujiri should attempt to fill that roster spot this off-season with a player who can come off the bench for DeMarre Carroll and help this team reach even greater heights. On the other hand, drafting him to simply fill a vacant spot in the centre depth chart might not maximize the value that the entire roster can output. The benefits of the newly established culture were numerous. From Lowry’s commitment to helping the team in any way he could in the postseason , to the seamless integration of a proven veteran in Jason Thompson late in the season . From the complete lack of drama emanating from the locker room (the casino story became a non-issue overnight), to the capability of improving young players in-season .
- Survived by her husband of 60 years, Malcolm MacIsaac; brothers, Si, Larry, and Jackie; sisters Mary Catherine and Peggy; and many special nieces and nephews.
- The Canadian-born Bunbury is best known for her portrayal of Lacey Porter in the ABC Family series, “Twisted,” as well as her co-starring role opposite Jonah Hill in “The Sitter” for FOX.
- The Kennedys is a Muse Entertainment Enterprises production in association with Asylum Entertainment.
- A+E Studios is producing The Boys of ’67, in association with executive producer Jim Head of Head First Productions and executive producer Michael Prupas of Muse Entertainment.
- The Pillars of the Earth, co-produced with Germany’s Tandem Communications brought in 7 Emmy nominations including Outstanding Cinematography and Outstanding Miniseries.
The family will receive friends Wednesday, June 23, 2021 from until 8 p.m. She was preceded in death by her father, James “Pete” Levoy Swain; both sets of grandparents and many other family members. Funeral service will be held Saturday, June 26, 2021 at 11 a.m. At Morning Dove Baptist Church, Perdido with Rev. Lawrence Cox, pastor, officiating. James Randi is survived by his husband Deyvi Peña, a sister Angela Easton, and a brother Paul Zwinge. In July 1997, she emigrated with her family to Regina and took up the position of Deputy Medical Health Officer, which she held until September 1999 when she became the Medical Health Officer for the Regina Health District and then the Regina Qu’Appelle Health Region. Dr. Diener is also an assistant professor in the Department of Community Health and Epidemiology, College of Medicine, University of Saskatchewan. Dr. Joanne Sivertson, MD, FRCSC, was born and raised in rural Saskatchewan and spent her undergraduate years at the University of Regina. She then went to medical school at the University of Saskatchewan, where she also subsequently completed her Obstetrics and Gynecology residency. She has been working as a general OBGYN in Prince Albert since completing her residency. Dr. Sheldon Wiebe is a professor in the Department of Medical Imaging and took over the role of Interim Provincial Head of the Department in January 2018. While in this interim role, he has worked with radiologists and others to create an open and transparent department that is patient-centred and creates clinical and academic value to the system. Dr. Raazi’s current research interests encompass medical and health care systems administration, medical education, physician wellness and pediatric perioperative anxiety. His scholastic interests outside of medicine include contemporary history, philosophy, comparative religious and spiritual traditions, and interfaith harmony. He enjoys classical music and jazz, is an amateur percussionist and an advocate of physical, mental and spiritual health. Dr. Fergall Magee completed his residency in Anatomic Pathology at the University of British Columbia , followed by Pediatric Pathology at the BC Children’s Hospital, and a staff position for 10 years. Prior to leaving Vancouver, he completed a Masters in Clinical Epidemiology at the UBC School of Population and Public Health. In 2005, he relocated to IWK Health Centre/Dalhousie with a Pathology appointment and cross appointment in pediatrics and bioethics. From Tichreen University in Syria in 1980 and graduated from Medical School at Tichreen University in 1983. In July 1997, Dr. Haddad joined the Division of Cardiology, Queen Elizabeth II Health Sciences Centre, Dalhousie University in Halifax, N.S.
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The 13-episode series has already been sold by Zodiak Rights to Antena 3 in Spain, TVNZ in New Zealand, MNet in South Africa as well as to networks in France, Poland, Romania, the Balkans, Russia, Benelux, Germany, Israel and Italy. The critically-acclaimed 8 part series The Pillars of the Earth, co-produced with Germany’s Tandem Communications garnered 1 Emmy win for Outstanding Sound Editing for A Miniseries, Movie or a Special. He spent months getting Bobby’s accent down, and brought in Oscar-winning makeup artist Christien Tinsley to help him transform into a reasonable facsimile of the iconic politician. Being Humanis a Muse Entertainment production in association with ZODIAK USA. It is based on the acclaimed UK series,Being Human, created by Toby Whithouse and produced by Touchpaper. Executive producers are Michael Prupas , Jeremy Carver and Anna Fricke who are both writers/showrunners, Adam Kane , and Rob Pursey and Toby Whithouse. While the producers did consult the War Museum about the factory workers’ uniforms, Rapp says she is certain of one inaccuracy. She points at her invitation to Tuesday’s event, scoffing at the young girls dressed in white coveralls. Two Canadian production companies, Back Alley Films and Muse Entertainment Enterprises, co-produced the series with Shaw Media. Muse Entertainment was the studio responsible for creating the The Kennedys.
In his memory, donations may be made to St. Peter’s Cemetery Fund, or to a charity of your choice. Funeral arrangements are under the care of Green’s Funeral Home, Port Hawkesbury. Mary Anne Knight-Frey, age 101 years, passed away peacefully February 2nd, 2019, in Inverary Manor, Inverness, just 26 days shy of her 102nd birthday. Born in Glace Bay on February 28th, 1917, she was the daughter of the late Mary Belle and James Knight. At the age of three years, her mother died, and she and her five-year-old sister were placed in foster care. In her late 20s, Mary found her sister and they remained very close until her sister’s passing. Mary worked most of her life in New York and Boston as a nurse’s aide and as head steward for several prestigious families. She returned to Inverness to care for her ailing foster brother, Donald, whom she adored. After his passing, Mary stayed in Inverness and worked at the Inverness Hospital in the dietary department for several years. They settled in Antigonish, where they made many life-long friends. They enjoyed travelling, took many cruises, and spent every winter in Florida. After Ronnie’s death, Mary eventually returned to Inverness, where she lived until her passing. Mary was a smart and classy lady who loved nice things, especially nice cars. She had a quick wit – one that could be cutting at times – but that was part of her enduring charm, right to the very end. One of her favourite pastimes was going to the casino, where she hit the jackpot more than once. Mary was predeceased by her parents, Mary Belle and James Knight; husband, Reinhold Frey; sister, Helen; niece, Jean; foster mother, Cassie MacDonnell; and foster brother, Donald F. MacDonnell. She is survived by her nephew, Francis Frey and his wife Helen, and their three children, in Plainville, Massachusetts. She will be forever missed by her “best buddy”, Emma Lee MacDonald, and good friends, Bill and Rita Dinn, and Jim MacCormack, Antigonish, members of her Thompson Street family, who were always there for her. Donations may be made to the Inverary Manor or a charity of choice. Arrangements are entrusted to Inverness Funeral Home, Inverness. Funeral arrangements are incomplete at this time and will be announced at a later date.
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“There’s an endless fascination with the Kennedy story, and it’s one that continues to resonate with people around the world,” said Christine Shipton, SVP, Drama and Factual Content, Canwest Broadcasting. “As the network’s very first scripted drama series, we’re excited to bring this prolific piece of American history to life with our partners at AETN.” The 41-year-old Campbell River native received the Emmy for his portrayal of Bobby Kennedy in The Kennedys, a miniseries that stirred up a lot of controversy in the U.S. The series drew flack from the Kennedy family, was dropped by the History Channel in the States, then was alternately praised and savaged in the American press. Production begins this week in Montreal on IFC’s newest original scripted series, Bullet in the Face, a six-part, half-hour comedic action thriller. Creator and executive producer Alan Spencer (Sledge Hammer!) developed the series with producers and executive producers Jesse Prupas and Evi Regev of Muse Entertainment and Just For Laughs Television. The cast includes Max Williams as Gunter Vogler, Neil Napier as Lieutenant Karl Hagerman, Jessica Steen as Commissioner Eva Braden, and Kate Kelton as Martine Mahler, alongside guest stars Eddie Izzard (Valkyrie, Ocean’s Thirteen) and Eric Roberts as notorious crime lords. The series is directed and co-executive produced by Erik Canuel and will debut on IFC in summer 2012. The War Museum has sections of its permanent display dedicated to honouring the role women played in war, says Yasmine Mingay, the museum’s manager of public affairs with the museum. Mingay’s own grandmother was a bomb girl and says she thinks the story will resonate with a lot of Canadians. The other co-heart of the show is South Africa’s Jodi Balfour, who plays rich socialite Gladys Witham, a young woman whose world view is altered forever by her decision to seek work in a bomb factory. Gladys’ lust for life and occasionally reckless decisions offer a linchpin on which much of the series’ drama revolves. The striking Balfour has made Vancouver her home, with stints on other Canadian-shot series, such as Supernatural and Sanctuary. At the very least, Balfour and Tilly will likely both contend for Geminis. Meg Tilly anchors the ensemble cast as fierce factory shift matron, Lorna Corbett. Walking a fine line between serving as the factory girls’ guardian and being a stern authority figure, Tilly’s nuanced character is the co-heart of the show. Norma has two sons on the battlefields of Europe and an empty, loveless marriage at home, so her work in the munitions factory has become almost a fanatical crusade. Empathetic, conflicted and occasionally overbearing, Tilly’s performance as Corbett is a scene-stealer. Additionally, fans can also share their comments or word of thanks on the “Memory Wall” page to those who served and are serving our country today. Bomb Girls premiere episode is already available for viewing online with subsequent episodes also to be made available the day after broadcast. They live in a city that is devoid of law and order despite the trappings of law and order. The series toys with the concepts of good and evil and how to choose between the two, as Vogler must decide whether to truly help the police rid Bruteville of crime because it is the right thing to do, or if he will do so because he wants revenge on his former boss Tannheuser. Or if he will do anything at all except laugh at crime scenes. Vogler is completely unpredictable and is not the morally changed man the police department had hoped he would become. But as Lt. Hagerman (Vogler’s new partner) says to the commissioner, “When you fight evil with evil, evil still wins.” And everyone on this show is evil, more or less. The third season of Syfy’s hit drama series Being Human will premiere on Monday, January 14 at 9PM, it was announced today.Being HumanstarsSam Witwer, Meaghan Rath, andSam Huntingtonwith Kristen Hager, joining this year as a series regular. Bomb Girls, starring Oscar®-nominee and Golden Globe®-winner Meg Tilly, takes place during World War II and captures a period when society was experiencing fundamental changes in the workplace and at home. At the heart of Bomb Girls are the stories of women who risk their lives in a munitions factory in support of the European front. Liberated from social and cultural restrictions, they embrace their newfound freedom, changing their lives—and the world around them—forever. Season two of Bomb Girls begins just after the attack on Pearl Harbor. The miniseries recreates the political crises that John F. Kennedy dealt with in the early days of his presidency including the Bay of Pigs invasion, the Cuban Missile Crisis that brought the world to the brink of nuclear war and the Civil Rights Movement. Viewers will see every twist and turn of this family’s extraordinary story up to and including the assassinations of JFK and RFK. After Camelot – A Personal History of the Kennedy Family 1968 to the Presentis based on J. Randy Taraborrelli’s extensive research, including hundreds of exclusive interviews and captures the wealth, glamour and fortitude for which the Kennedys are so well known. Like the book takes its readers, the miniseries will take its viewers on an epic journey of the ongoing saga of the nation’s most famous – and controversial – family. PLAYEDis produced by Muse Entertainment Enterprises and Back Alley Film Productions in association with Bell Media. Executive producers are Adrienne Mitchell, Janis Lundman, Michael Prupas, and Greg Nelson, who is also creator of the series. Trish Williams is Director, Independent Production, Bell Media. Corrie Coe is Senior Vice-President, Independent Production, Bell Media. Mike Cosentino is Senior Vice-President, Programming, CTV Networks.
It is with broken hearts that we announce the passing of Donald “Donnie” MacDonald of Port Hood, aged 85, on Monday, May 9th, 2022. Donnie passed away peacefully in Inverness Memorial Consolidated Hospital with his loving wife and daughter by his side. Born on February 22nd, 1937, Donnie was a son of the late Isabel and Angus Willie MacDonald. Donnie attended St. F.X. University in 1953 at the young age of 16, after finishing grade 11 at Port Hood Academy. He spent some time working in Niagara Falls as well as working at his father’s store, which he eventually managed, before becoming a millwright at Stora Forest Industries in Port Hawkesbury. After more than two decades of shift work, he wanted to try a new challenge and took on the role of vibrations analyst, where he remained until his retirement after approximately 35 years with the company. A deeply devoted Catholic, Donnie took great comfort in prayer, particularly the Rosary, which he prayed daily almost to the very end, even as dementia ravaged his brain and took away his ability to remember most everything else. His commitment to both the church and his beloved community of Port Hood led him to take on a very active role with the Knights of Columbus. He served as grand knight on more than one occasion, most notably as charter grand knight of St. Peter’s Council 8275. Donnie was instrumental in establishing this council in Port Hood. The official charter for St. Peter’s was bestowed in 2003, and Donnie was later named grand night of the year for Nova Scotia at the State Convention in recognition of his accomplishments. He loved to share recollections of his family growing up and had a strong bond with his parents and siblings. His wife and two children were the centre of his world and a source of great pride. He loved a good game of auction, with many games played with friends and family lasting into the wee hours. Much to the chagrin of some of his family who played a different style after moving away from home, Donnie would only play auction the “Cape Breton way! ” Puzzles were a favourite pastime for Donnie, who could be found every morning sitting in his recliner with his glasses on and pen in hand, solving the daily crossword and Sudoku. Whenever his daughter Melanie was home, he would save that day’s crossword so they could solve it together. Donnie enjoyed watching many sports, but hockey was definitely his greatest love. He had a few favourite teams over the years, but the common denominator was always his staunch desire to root against the Montreal Canadiens, which happened to be his son Glen’s favourite team. This led to some entertaining banter during Habs games over the years. We’d hazard a guess Donnie is ribbing Glen pretty hard wherever they are right now after seeing this season’s final ranking. Donnie leaves behind his treasured and devoted wife of 50 years, Annie Mae MacDonald, and his cherished daughter, Melanie MacDonald, both of Port Hood. Pellerin of Antigonish; Gerry Avery of Dartmouth; brother, John Dalton MacDonald of Lawrencetown; many loving nieces, nephews, grandnieces, and grandnephews; as well as dear friends, cousins, and neighbours. Donnie was predeceased by his son and best friend, Glen MacDonald; brother, Sandy MacDonald of Niagara Falls; and sister Virgie Avery of Halifax. Donnie’s family would like to extend our sincere gratitude to Dr. Susie Egar for always providing exceptional care to Donnie, as well as the much-appreciated compassion and support provided to Annie Mae and Melanie. We are also grateful for the care and dedication of the Inverness Consolidated Memorial Hospital nurses and staff, particularly in Donnie’s final days. A special thank you goes out to our Fraser Street neighbours who have been so supportive during this difficult time. Visitation was held in Port Hood and Area Resting Place on Friday, May 13th, with the funeral mass held on Saturday, May 14th, in St. Peter’s Church, Port Hood (and livestreamed on the Saint Peter’s Parish Facebook and Youtube accounts) with Fr. In lieu of flowers, the family asks that donations be made in Donnie’s memory to Diabetes Canada, St. Peter’s Parish Cemetery Fund , or to a charity of your choice. Roderick Bernard ‘Roddie’ MacDonnell (May 3rd, 1932 – February 5th, 2020). Roddie passed away peacefully at the Greater Niagara General Hospital on Wednesday, February 5th, at the age of 87. Predeceased by his beloved wife of 57 years, Lillian ‘Rita’ . Cherished grandfather of Joshua , Alex, Marshall , Sam, and Maggie. Dear brother of Colena MacMillan, Lawrence MacDonell, and Annie MacLellan. Predeceased by his brothers, John A., Donald, Malkie, Alexander, Angus, John Francis, Alex Duncan (A.D.), Jerome, and Collie; and by his sisters, Margie MacDonald, Mary Janet MacMillan, Rita McClinchey, and Cassie Taylor.
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The family would like to thank the staff at Meadow Green Nursing Home in Waltham for their devoted and loving care given to Mary Elizabeth. As a result of the ongoing health crisis in the world and with genuine concern for the people whom they love, funeral services were private with a memorial to be announced at a later date. Donations in her memory may be made to the American Cancer Society, 3 Speen Street, Framingham, MA 01701. Harold Deveaux, December 25th, 1947, to January 21st, 2021, passed away peacefully on January 21st, 2021, at the Gimli Community Health Centre after a heroic battle with cancer. He is remembered and missed by his beloved wife, Mary Desveaux; his children, Danny , Kim , Christine , Victor, and Darryl ; and his grandchildren, Clare, Grace, Mackenzie, Ruth, Regan, Tess, Camryn, Solomon, and Liam. He also leaves behind his siblings, Imelda , Paul , Lucille , Bernice , Nora , and Dina . He was also close with his brothers and sisters-in-law Jennie Lowther, Tony Michaluk , Michael Michaluk , and Leo Aucoin; and all nieces and nephews. He was predeceased by parents Jimmy and Therese Desveaux, father-in-law and mother-in-law Michael and Mary Michaluk, sister Isabelle Aucoin, and brothers-in-law Emmanuel Doucet and Ken Lowther. He was our rock with a heart of gold who loved a good story, and a laugh.