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Le Languedoc residence in collaboration with the Manoir Harwood highlighted, on Thursday, August 5, the victims of Covid-19. In memory of the deceased, a white fir was planted.

Present for the occasion, Paul M. Normand, municipal councillor at the City of Vaudreuil-Dorion, Sarto Moniqui, director of Le Languedoc, Ghislain Boulay, co-owner of Le Languedoc, Jean-François Blanchard, owner of Manoir Harwood and l’Abbé Richard Wallot. (Photo Steve Sauvé)

It was with a commemorative ceremony that took place with a moment of silence that the event was highlighted. For the occasion, the priest of Saint-Michel parish, Abbé Wallot spoke of the dedication of the staff while indicating that the present moment was one, of hope and solidarity.

The management of Le Languedoc had invited the one from Manoir Harwood for this commemorative moment. In fact, Covid-19 did not claim any victims at Le Languedoc, but the virus was aggressive in April 2020.

“This is the first time that we have done a joint activity, explains Jean-François Blanchard, owner of Manoir Harwood. We have had a hard time with Covid-19 at the home. I would like to take this opportunity to thank the management of Le Languedoc for their support as well as all the employees of our two establishments.”

Balloon release

Following the reading by Abbé Wallot, the piece En mémoire de nos disparus was heard and biodegradable balloons were released by the employees and owners of the two establishments.

Steve Sauvé


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