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World day of the african child
On 16 June, the african coalitions of the global call to Action against poverty are organising simultaneous actions to mark the occasion for the Day of the african child. The Day of the african child is an annual event that commemorates the massacre of children in Soweto on 16 June 1976 by the Apartheid regime. The coalitions of the global call to Action against poverty have chosen this opportunity to make the african Day of the white headband and to make a regional application, with leaders, so that they act immediately to eradicate the extreme poverty which causes the death of a child every 3 seconds.
Following the movement
Launched in mid-may by the federal member of parliament Pierre Paul-Hus, the movement “We shall overcome Together,” continued recently in two homes for the elderly. The mp has once again presented the flag honoring the first responders who are fighting the COVID-19 daily. This flag, which saw the light of day in New England, inspires sharing, and compliance and brand support for health professionals who are redoubling their efforts to win this battle. On the photo above, residents of the pavilion at the Heart of the Village, the team of the school and the director Sylvie Gravel. On the bottom one, the residents of the Gardens of Charlesbourg, the team of the institution and the director, Diane Lane.
Remember, the June 16, 1995. 15 000 people, gathered in front of a giant screen at place d’youville (photo) to Quebec, learn with disappointment that Salt Lake City is awarded the olympic Games of 2002 at the expense of the city of Quebec. A shot of mass that left the crowd silent and completely stunned. Not only Quebec was losing in the first round for the benefit of Salt Lake City, but finished fourth with just seven votes to 89, in which the two voices of the canadian olympic Committee.
Danielle Ouimet (photo), actress and broadcaster in quebec, 73-year-old… Maxime Landry, grand-prize winner of Star Academy 2009, 33 years of age… Jean-Thomas Jobin, comedian, quebecois, 45-year-old… Daniel Boom Desjardins, a former member of The Chicane, 49 years old… Phil Mickelson, professional golfer (PGA), 50 years…. Gino Vannelli, canadian singer -, 68-year-old… Derek Sandersonrookie of the year in the NHL (Boston) in 1968, played 10 seasons in the NHL, including 7 with Boston, 74 years…
June 16, 2019. Frederick Andermann (photo), 88 years of age, pediatric neurologist of Ukrainian origin, internationally recognized for his work on epilepsy… 2017. Helmut Kohl, 87 years, father of German reunification, a pillar of the european construction and the holder of the longevity record at the chancellery after the war (1982-1998)… 2015. Mighty Sam McClain, 72 years old, singer and american composer… 2015. Kirk Kerkorian, 98-year-old, american businessman (Tracinda)… 2014. Tony Gwynn, 54, a former star player in major league baseball (1982 to 2001 San Diego)… 2010. Maureen Forrester, 79, contralto montreal’s internationally renowned… 2009. Jean-Guy Savard, age 66, director of sales at UAP/NAPA Montreal… 2007. Bernard Pinard, 84-year-old ex-minister of Highways in the governments of Jean Lesage and Robert Bourassa… 2003. Pierre Bourgault, 69, broadcaster, columnist, teacher…1997. Gaston Mandeville, 40 years, quebec singer…