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Addressing the Senior Social Club

Today I had the opportunity to speak to the ladies of the Côte Saint-Luc Senior Social Club. Heidi Oppen, the new director of B'nai Brith in Quebec, joined me. Her office is right across the hall on the second floor of the Côte Saint-Luc Shopping Centre. The ladies were eager to know more about our planned Intergenerational Centre, the future of the Cavendish Mall and the current controversies involving Bill 104 and religion in Jewish daycares. I left them with a challenge, that being for those who are not familiar with the internet to register at the Eleanor London Côte Saint-Luc Public Library for beginner's courses on how to use the internet and email.


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