Relatives and friends are respectfully invited to attend a celebration of Al’s life of Wednesday, June 23rd, from the Brasco and Sons Memorial Funeral Home, brascofuneralhome.com, 773 Moody Street, Waltham. In lieu of flowers, memorials in Al’s name may be made to the Inverness Food Bank, c/o Mary MacNeil, Railway Street, Inverness, NS, Canada, B0E 1N0. Sister Elizabeth Coline Chisholm, CND passed away on Monday, October 28th, at the Cape Breton Regional Hospital, Sydney. Born in Port Hood, Nova Scotia, she was the daughter of the late John A. She was educated in Port Hood and Mabou and entered the Congregation of Notre Dame, Montreal, in 1954. After profession and until 1993, Sister Coline taught in Montreal and Alma, Quebec, and in Pictou, Truro, Port Felix, and New Glasgow in Nova Scotia. Her field of teaching included elementary and junior high school. Upon retirement from teaching, she served as local bursar in Sydney, Holy Redeemer Convent, and subsequently, in St. Joseph Convent, Mabou. After the closure of St. Joseph Convent, she retired to Parkland Cape Breton in Sydney. Sister Coline is survived by her brother Bernard, Port Hood, and sisters Mary Phil Bulmer, Ottawa, and Anne Peralta, Mineville, NS. She is also survived by her many nieces, nephews, and grandnieces and nephews who all have special memories of time spent with Aunt Coline. She was predeceased by her brothers, Duncan, Alex, and John. Sister Coline had a great love for nature and nature’s bounty as indicated by the countless preserves and jams, which she so generously distributed to friends and acquaintances. There was a celebration of Sister Coline’s life on Friday, November 1st, at Parkland Cape Breton. Visitation took place at Saint Mary’s Church, Mabou, on Saturday, November 2nd, followed by the funeral Mass with celebrant Father Bernie MacDonald. Rita Elizabeth AuCoin, age 95, Cheticamp, formerly of St. Joseph du Moine, passed away on Tuesday, March 2nd, 2020, in the Foyer Père Fiset Guest Home, Cheticamp. Rita lived the first part of her life in St. Joseph du Moine with her mother and uncle. For their income they took in seniors who could no longer care for themselves.
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Former best friends, Don is now married to Craig’s ex-wife and their old rivalries are brought to the forefront when the mission derails and Don is put in charge. At odds, out of options, and with the fate of mankind hanging in the balance, Craig and Don struggle to put their past behind them. Played is a creation of Greg Nelson who is also an executive producer as well as co-showrunner with Adrienne Mitchell. BOUNTY HUNTERS is produced by Muse Entertainment in association with Parallel Entertainment, with animation services provided by Big Jump Productions. Directed by Cory Morrison, it is co-created by Glenn Clements, Ben Levin and Matt Burnett. Executive producers are Foxworthy, Larry the Cable Guy, Engvall, Eric Horsted, and Glenn Clements, as well as Joel S. Rice, Michael Prupas and Jesse Prupas for Muse Entertainment. JP Williams and Jennifer Novak executive produce for Parallel Entertainment; along with Jayson Dinsmore, Eliot Goldberg and Joe Livecchi for CMT. With a backdrop of ancient Egypt in the opulent palace of the Pharaoh, dripping with gold and riches, a young Tut is thrust into power after the murder of his father. The neophyte ruler is forced to marry his sister in order to maintain the dynasty. Although Tut rules as Pharaoh, he is controlled like a puppet by three formidable men who plot against him and vie for the throne themselves. Against all odds, Tut grows from an insecure and manipulated prince to a hero on the battlefield, leading his kingdom into war and victory. Just as he takes control of his nation and his destiny, he is betrayed. In an increasingly global market, our goal is to focus on what we love most – supporting exceptional talent, incubating great ideas, and making outstanding television for Canada and the world,” says Virginia Thompson, co-founder and executive producer of Vérité Films. PLAYED, a prime-time, dramatic series about elite undercover cops who pose as drug dealers, paid assassins, gun runners and gangsters to infiltrate criminal worlds and collect evidence, has been licensed by ProSiebenSat1 ahead of PLAYED’s MIPCOM launch. Bomb Girls – The Movie is produced by Muse Entertainment and Back Alley Film Productions in association with Shaw Media. The executive producers are Janis Lundman and Adrienne Mitchell , and Michael Prupas . John Calvert is producer, Donald Martin is the script writer, Jerry Ciccoritti is the director, Eric Cayla is the director of photography, with Aidan Leroux as production designer and Michael Ground as costume designer. The film is distributed worldwide by Muse Distribution International. Muse Entertainment and Back Alley Film Productions in association with Shaw Media announced today that production has begun on Bomb Girls – The Movie . The original BOMB GIRLS cast returns reprising their roles with Canadian Screen Award-winning actress Meg Tilly , Jodi Balfour , Charlotte Hegele , Ali Liebert , Antonio Cupo , Anastasia Phillips , Michael Seater , and Peter Outerbridge reprising their roles. The two-hour film, from Emmy® Award-nominated executive producer Michael Prupas and Gemini Award-winning executive producers Adrienne Mitchell and Janis Lundman , is shooting in Toronto and Hamilton until November 20, 2013. PLAYED was created by Greg Nelson , and developed in association with executive producers Michael Prupas , Janis Lundman and Adrienne Mitchell . Greg Nelson serves as executive producer and is co-showrunner with Adrienne Mitchell. INTERFERENCE was directed by Gregory Smith , written by Bobby Theodore with Karim Hussain, CSC as director of photography. The dramatic season concludes with the gripping finale “Revenge” (Thursday, Dec. 19 at 10 p.m. ET/PT on CTV). All bets are off when Moreland’s worst nightmare comes true. In the shoot-out that led to Mulcair’s arrest, his 12-year-old son was killed.
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Ultimately, there’s little question that Ujiri has this franchise pointed in the right direction. This should be a better team than last year’s, with no shortage of betting value in single-game situations. But if you’re looking for a long shot at +5000, Lowry is more likely to lead the NBA in assists than Toronto is to win the championship. Or you could get paid out at +10000 if shooting guard DeMar DeRozan leads the league in points per game. If there is a concern for Toronto fans this year, it’s at power forward. With Johnson out of the mix, the Raptors need to figure out who will do the best job of complementing centre Jonas Valanciunas in the frontcourt. Patrick Patterson will get the first crack at the job; as a stretch-4, Patterson can help clear the paint for Valanciunas on offense, but neither big is particularly good at defense. Scola could end up playing a bigger role than expected, or head coach Dwane Casey could get over his reluctance to give James Johnson more minutes. The Raptors are the black sheep of the NBA; outside of their Canadian fan base, few people talk about this team. Toronto doesn’t have a superstar player like Carter drawing eyeballs with highlight-reel dunks. The changes that GM Masai Ujiri has made over the past two-plus years have been subtle, mostly to improve the bench. And as usual, LeBron James is casting a very long shadow over the rest of the East. Steve Simmons, the Toronto Sun writer who broke the story, said Raptors management asked him to release the names of the players seen at the casino. And Cleveland.com notes James’ teams have never lost a series in which they led 2-0, have won the last six closeout games and won at least one road game in the last 24 consecutive series. The Raps’ dreadful 38-point loss was thanks to several factors. The Cavs amped up their blitzes on Lowry and DeRozan, which took the Toronto all-star duo out of the game. Cleveland’s thundering crowd was overbearing, as was the enormity of the moment for a Raptors team in relatively uncharted waters. On Friday, trailing 3-2 in the series, the Raps must fend off a Cavaliers team hungry for the win needed to return to the NBA championship. The Raptors, coming off two series that went to seven games, know the pressures of elimination games. WASHINGTON -Delta Air Lines can temporarily cut some flights at New York’s LaGuardia and John F. Kennedy airports and Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport, the U.S. “As part of a worldwide portfolio assessment, we have made the commercial decision to transition to an all cornstarch-based baby powder portfolio,” it said, adding that cornstarch-based baby powder is already sold in countries around the world. In 2020, J&J announced that it would stop selling its talc Baby Powder in the United States and Canada because demand had fallen in the wake of what it called “misinformation” about the product’s safety amid a barrage of legal challenges. The company faces about 38,000 lawsuits from consumers and their survivors claiming its talc products caused cancer due to contamination with asbestos, a known carcinogen. These are people that sleep in short shifts, so that we’re afforded the entertainment option of getting to watch them hours after most of us get off from work. Carroll and Joseph don’t have the built-in excuse of having worked a basketball game just a few hours before, but that’s in no way relevant. Just because players aren’t coming down from having performed an athletic competition in past-primetime hours, followed by a lengthy meeting with co-workers and then media, it doesn’t mean they immediately switch to a 9-to-5 schedule on an “off” day. One is to hand-wring about the players tripping the light fantastic in the wee hours, and the other is to chide a reporter like Steve Simmons for creating a column around a reported late night venture. And Cleveland.com notes James’ teams have never lost a series in which they led 2-0, have won the last six closeout games and won at least one road game in the last 24 consecutive series. On April 21, 2002, Daniel Francis risked his life to rescue an 11-year-old neighbour from her burning mobile home in Millbrook, Nova Scotia. With his leg in a cast as a result of a fracture, Mr. Francis hobbled over as fast as he could on crutches when he heard his neighbours’ scream for help. Undaunted by the thick, acrid smoke and flames licking the kitchen walls and ceiling, he went into the house in an attempt to find the missing girl. He instantly got a lungful of smoke and had to retreat to catch his breath. Without hesitation, he then re-entered the dwelling and crawled along the hallway until he felt the victim’s arm. He grabbed the girl and pulled her outside to safety, minutes before the fire completely destroyed the mobile home. On March 9, 2002, Brian Brown saved two fishermen from being swept out to the open water by 90-kilometres-an-hour winds, on Lake of Bays, near Baysville, Ontario.
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In the loss, Greece was led by 17 points and 10 rebounds from Konstantinos Mitoglou, who recently joined Italian club AJX Olimpia Milano. While Mitoglou could prove to be an X-Factor, the guy to keep an eye on is 6-foot-6 point guard Nick Calathes, who averaged 13.4 points during the 2019 FIBA World Cup. The Canadian Men’s National Team begins its pursuit of a berth in the Tokyo Olympic Games with a group stage meeting against Greece. Grant returns to Denver where he spent a season prior to joining the Pistons. Grant played a key role in the Nuggets’ run to the Western Conference Finals. Detroit’s season-opener comes against the Bulls, who were one of the more active teams this offseason, adding two starters in Lonzo Ball and DeMar DeRozan. In bumping his averages up to 22.3 points, 4.6 rebounds and 2.8 assists per game, Grant finished second to Julius Randle in Most Improved Player voting. Not only was he limited to 27 games due to injury, but Hayes struggled to take care of the ball (3.2 turnovers per game) while shooting only 35.3 percent from the field and 27.8 percent from 3-point range. He was overshadowed by Detroit’s other first-round picks in the 2020 NBA Draft in Bey and Stewart, both of whom made an All-Rookie Team. After finishing with the second-worst record in the league last season, the Pistons earned the No. 1 pick in the 2021 NBA Draft. Even when Vince Carter was at his peak, the Raptors never won 48 games in a regular season, and they didn’t claim back-to-back Atlantic Division titles. Toronto continued to make improvements during this offseason, and yet they’re still not seen as viable contenders in the Eastern Conference. The Raptors lost the first two games of the series, but mounted an impressive to win Games 3 and 4 in Toronto to tie the series at 2-2. Simmons said that, while Carroll and Joseph’s actions are not to blame for the loss, the news does them no favour with fans, whose support they need now perhaps more than ever. Whatever time they got out, it doesn’t matter… Whatever they did, they were prepared for the game. Carroll is making US$13.6 million this season while Joseph is at $7 million. Raptors coach Dwane Casey said the two players in question are adults, weren’t drinking and broke no laws or team curfew. “Every team I’ve ever been with in the NBA hasn’t had a curfew. It was a late game. They had all the next day to get their rest,” Casey said. Casey said there is no team curfew, and the players are responsible for getting rest when they need it. “Our sleep schedule is different from a person that works 9 to 5,” Joseph said. “I didn’t do anything different daily in my routine before Game 5 than I did in any other game. I got my regular sleep. That day I got actually excessive sleep; I got about 11 hours.” Like most athletes, the Raptors players nap during the day to be ready for evening games. “We actually were walking with two policemen and two of the staff who were escorting us back to the hotel, because they didn’t want fans running up to us and all those types of things,” Carroll said. Carroll and Joseph said they were not drinking, and they didn’t miss out on any of the sleep or hurt their game preparation. Returning home to Toronto to prepare for a win-or-go-home Game 6 in the Eastern Conference final, the Raptors were pressed to react to a Toronto Sun report that the two players were seen at 2 a.m. Coach Dwane Casey and his players stood behind Carroll and Joseph, saying they weren’t breaking any team rules, and that NBA players simply keep late hours. 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Funeral mass and burial will be celebrated at St. Peter’s Parish, Port Hood, Nova Scotia, at a later date. Donations to the Heart and Stroke Foundation or a charity of your choice would be appreciated. On Tuesday, March 3rd, 2020, Mrs. Rena Catherine Jelic of Oliver passed away at the South Okanagan General Hospital after a long battle with cancer at the age of 86 years. She was predeceased by her husband, Peter Jelic; son, Sherman Vance; brothers, Harry Etheridge and Tom Etheridge; sisters, Josephine Miller, Sally Williams, Rosmond Wilson, Anne Baxter, and Yvonne Lyons; and grandson Ericson Vance. Rena will be fondly remembered by her loving family including sons, Robert Vance and Eric Vance; daughter, Dawn Suttie; sisters, Abigail Ingraham and Lila MacPhee; sister-in-law, Evelyn Etheridge; 14 grandchildren as well as many extended family and friends. Rena worked more than 40 years in the health care industry as a dental assistant and care aide in Port Coquitlam, BC. Condolences and tributes may be directed to the family by visiting -pottinger.com. We, the sons of Mary Alice MacNeil, regret to announce the passing of our mother at the Inverary Manor, Inverness, on March 28th, 2021. Born in Inverness, she was raised by her paternal grandparents – the late Jerome and Alice MacNeil in Canso, Guysborough County. From there, she graduated from the Nova Scotia Teacher’s College (Class of ‘59). While she was in Canso, she was a faithful member of Star of the Sea church and the CWL. In 1978, she and her young sons moved to Margaree Valley where she was employed by the Inverness School Board. She is survived by her loving and devoted sons, Jerome , Winnipeg; Dennis , Margaree; Malcolm , Sydney; and Steven , Halifax; and her loving sister, Patricia Shaw, Margaree, and brother Dennis MacNeil, Ontario. She is also survived by her grandchildren Miranda, Daniel, and Megan ; Cassandra ; Jacob and Joshua ; Ella and Shane ; and her beautiful grandchildren, Leah, Ava, and Delilah, and grandson Ryan ; and many nieces and nephews and cousins. She is also survived by her faithful friend since childhood, Phyllis Hart Kupsch of Alberta and her family. Besides her parents and grandparents, she was predeceased by her good friend and partner, John I. Murphy of 15 years; her sister, Ann and brother-in-law Winston Boone of Halifax. Donations may be made to L’Arche Cape Breton or Inverary Manor, Inverness. It is with deep sorrow that we announce the death of John Alfred LeBlanc of Cape Coral, Florida. The son of William LeBlanc and Cecile Doucet, John was born in East Margaree, Nova Scotia, Canada, on November 26th, 1940, and resided there until 1957 when the family moved to Waltham, Massachusetts. While living in Waltham, John worked at various occupations and served with the US National Guards. And before moving to Cape Coral, he resided in Natick, Massachusetts, where he owned and operated a machine shop. John enjoyed everything about nature and the occasional opportunity to do some fishing. A good poker game with his wife and relatives was on his list of free time activities, as well as shooting pool with family and friends. He also enjoyed spending time at his cottage in Wareham, and at his old homestead in East Margaree. John is survived by his devoted wife Lee and his children, James and Steve, and Steve’s wife Mari. He also is survived by his sister, Lucille Lituri, and his brother, Paul , as well as his sister-in-law Nancy Merullo and his brother-in-law Patrick Doucette and their families. He was predeceased by brothers William and Joseph, and bothers-in-law Mario Lituri and Larry Merullo. Body is being cremated and burial will take place at a later date. The family is very appreciative and thankful for your thoughts and prayers. With sad hearts, the family announces the sudden passing of Kelvin Drake on August 26th at age 80. He grew up in North East Margaree, the youngest of seven children of the late John and Florence Drake. Kelvin is survived by his daughters, Cindy Krawczyk, Florida; Stacy Drake and fiancé Steve Hickman, Indiana; and Lottie Long, Florida; his sister Isabel Taylor, Halifax; eight grandchildren; four great-grandchildren; as well as many nieces, nephews, and cousins. He was predeceased by his daughter Sherry Drake, sisters Elizabeth, Isobella , and Anne; and brothers James and Murdoch. After many years in the USA , Kelvin returned to Canada making Margaree, Grand Etang, and finally Whycocomagh his home, where he became very active in the community. Kelvin was an avid reader and always open to discuss any topic at great length.
Predeceased by his parents, his brother Ted, and his sister Raylene , Ron leaves behind many aunts, uncles, nieces, nephews, and friends. A beloved brother, uncle, nephew, son, and friend; anyone who met Ron in his 64 years on Earth can attest to his warm heart, sharp wit, and his infallible sense of humour. Cremation has taken place, and due to COVID restrictions a celebration of Ron’s life will be held at a later date. In lieu of flowers, as Ron was a lifelong animal lover, the family asks that any donations be made to your local cat-rescue or animal shelter in Ron’s name. It is with great sadness that we announce the passing of Margaret Anne Boyle of Mulgrave, Nova Scotia, on Tuesday, May 11th, 2021. Margaret Anne was born in Inverness on April 21st, 1943, and was the daughter of the late John A. She is survived by her son Frank of Amherst; her brothers, Bernie , Ron ; and sisters, Hazel and Frankie . Boyle; her son Joe; and her brothers Chris, Alex, John, Joe, Peter, David, and Glen; and sisters Sally, Barbara, and Mary. Margaret Anne took great pride in her home in Mulgrave and enjoyed doing renovations to it for her and her cats. She was known for her kindness and generosity to others and her dry sense of humour. She enjoyed Bingo and card playing with her neighbours and friends. Memorial donations can be made to the Heart and Stroke foundation or a charity of your choice. A funeral service and celebration of life will be held at a later date. It is with sadness that we announce the death of Theresa Hogan , at the Trillium Hospital, Mississauga, on Saturday, November 20th, 2021. Born in Rocky Ridge , Nova Scotia, Theresa was in her 88th year. She is survived by her son Michael , her sisters Josephine , Tena , Betty, and her brother Anthony , as well as her sisters-in-law Mary and Helen Campbell. After moving from Cape Breton to Toronto, Theresa worked for Kimberley-Clark Paper until the birth of her son Michael. Theresa with her husband John, worked tirelessly as advocates for the mentally handicapped on behalf of their son Michael. Theresa loved reading, book clubs, music, and her vacations in Cape Breton. She had a great appreciation of family and dedication to the well-being of her son.
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Alex is survived by his daughter, Jo-Ann Cameron and sons, Alexander Campbell, Sandy ; sisters, Mary and Margaret Campbell; and brother, Angus Campbell. Visitation and funeral mass to be announced at a later date. Funeral arrangements under the direction of the Inverness Funeral Home. It is with sadness we announce the death of Rhoda Spencer Lanceleve, which occurred in Inverary Manor, Inverness, on Friday, June 19th. Rhoda was born in Moncton, New Brunswick, on August 31st, 1927, to parents Melvin and Sadie Spencer. Rhoda was a registered nurse and after working in New Brunswick for several years she went to Boston to work in a hospital there and then came back to Canada and worked in Toronto until she retired. Rhoda vacationed in Cape Breton during her working years and when she retired it was to Cape Breton and made her home at West Lake Ainslie. After she retired and moved “home,” Rhoda met Angus Lanceleve and in 1994 they were married. She was a lady that had a very strong faith and belief in God. One of her dreams was to build a chapel and she fulfilled her dream; the chapel is on Cameron Road, West Lake Ainslie. Rhoda is survived by her husband Angus and a sister in New Brunswick. Besides her parents she was predeceased by her half-brother Melvin and her very dear friends Jessie and Donald MacLeod, Westmount. Cremation has taken place and further arrangements will be at a later date. “Tut” reveals, for the first time on television, the story of the Egyptian Pharaoh, one of the most renowned leaders in human history. This ambitious special-event series tells the story of King Tut’s rise to power and his struggle to lead Egypt to glory, while his closest advisors, friends and lovers scheme for their own nefarious interests. RUTH LUNAN – We sadly share news that our dear mom Ruth Lunan passed away at Trenton Memorial Hospital on Sunday, April 3rd, 2022 after a brief stay due to a fall at home. Ruth was the last of the Stevensons, predeceased by two sisters and five brothers. Two devoted friends, Bobby Henderson and Larry “Brick” English and a host of special nephews, nieces, cousins and others friends and relatives. He became father and brother to his two sisters Phyllis and Lynn and niece LaQuitta. Currently, Dr. Dahl serves as the Chair of AARC, which reviews physician credentials, and she is working to improve processes around patient discharge. She is also supportive of the development of community-based health networks to improve care to patients in their homes.
He had many talents as a hunter, pilot, fisherman, avionics specialist, and archer, but his greatest gift was being the best husband, dad, and friend you could imagine. We will always love you, and hold your memories in our hearts. Thank you to his health care team and the Gimli Community Health Centre for the thoughtful care he received throughout his illness, and in his final days. His remains were cremated at his request, and a celebration of life will take place later this year. In lieu of flowers, please donate to CancerCare Manitoba, 675 McDermot Avenue, Winnipeg, MB, R3E 0R8. Walter Alphonse Walker, age 70, was sung back home to God on the evening of October 17th, 2018, surrounded by his devoted family. Born in Inverness, he was a son of the late John Dan and Margaret Christine Walker.