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NUTKINS o@ca.on.middlesex_county.london.london_free_press 2006-11-15 published
CONNELLY, Josephine "Jo" (MURPHY)
At Alexandra Marine and General Hospital on Monday November 13, 2006, Josephine "Jo" (MURPHY) CONNELLY of Goderich in her 92nd year. Beloved wife of the late John CONNELLY. Dear mother of Dennis (Kris) CONNELLY of Colborne Twp., Stan (Ellen) CONNELLY of Goderich, Colleen (Jim) McKINLAY of White Rock, British Columbia, Marlene (Bill) MUNN of R.R.#2 Hensall and the late Josephine in infancy. Loving grandmother of Denise CONNELLY (Jeff HOPKINS,) Darren (Kelly) CONNELLY, Christine (Richard) SNELL, Darnell (Krista) CONNELLY, Tim (Brenda) CONNELLY, Julie McKINLAY, Ryan (Terri) MUNN, Kevin MUNN, Carol-Anne MUNN, the late Heather McKINLAY and 10 great-grandchildren. Sister of Dorothy NUTKINS of Courtnay, British Columbia. Predeceased by sisters Patricia, Nell and brothers Patrick and Jim. The family will receive Friends at the McCallum and Palla Funeral Home, Cambria Rd. at East St. Goderich on Thursday 2-5 p.m. Funeral Mass will be celebrated at Saint Peter's Roman Catholic Church, Goderich, on Friday morning at 11: 00. Interment Saint Peter's Cemetery. Donations to St. Vincent de Paul or the charity of your choice gratefully acknowledged. Parish and C.W.L. prayers will be held at the Funeral Home on Thursday afternoon at 4: 45. Friends may sign the book of condolences at www.mccallumpalla.ca

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NUTLEY o@ca.on.york_county.toronto.globe_and_mail 2006-10-31 published
BARNARD, Helen Joyce (née JONES)
Born November 10, 1928 in Hamilton, passed away October 29, 2006. Beloved wife of Clifford (Bud). Loving mother to Scott, Wayne and Cathy, Jill; caring grandmother to Tegan, Charis, and Piers Benno, Cole, Janvier, Alexis, and Daks; great-grandmother to Joseph and Cody. Survived by sister Thelma CARTER, Iris (Gil) MULHOLLAND, Marlene (Tom) BONIFACE and sister-in-law Mary (Robert) NUTLEY; 10 nieces and nephews and their families. Friends may call at the Jerrett Funeral Home, 660 Kennedy Road, Scarborough (416-266-4404) between Eglinton and St. Clair Ave. East on Wednesday, November 1, 2006 from 7-9 p.m. and Thursday, November 2, 2006 from 2-4 p.m. The family would like to thank the staff at York Central Hospital for their care and support. In lieu of flowers, donations to the Canadian Cancer Society, the Heart and Stroke Foundation or the charity of your choice would be appreciated. Interment to follow at a later date.

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NUTT o@ca.on.middlesex_county.london.london_free_press 2006-07-15 published
NUTT, William Ackland
A Memorial Service will be held at Ingersoll Rural Cemetery Monday, July 17, 2006, at 1: 30 p.m. for interment of ashes of William Ackland NUTT. The officiating clergy Todd TROJAND of Wardsville United Church. If desired, donations made to Wardsville United Church, P.O. Box 85, Wardsville, Ontario N0L 2N0

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NUTTALL o@ca.on.grey_county.owen_sound.the_sun_times 2006-10-28 published
KING, Lenore
At the Grey Bruce Health Services in Owen Sound Thursday evening October 26, 2006. The former Lenore NUTTALL of Allenford formerly of Shallow Lake in her 68th year. Beloved wife of the late Frank KING. Loving mother of Judy (Ray) NICKASON of Allenford, Wayne (Jindra) of Oliphant and Debbie McMILLAN of Shallow Lake. Lovingly remembered by her eight grandchildren and two great-grand_sons and son-in-law Kelvin McMILLAN. Dear sister of Margaret LEIGHTON of Vancouver, Les (Muriel) NUTTALL, Mima (MAC) McGILLIVRAY and Alexina (Mike) ATKINSON and Orland NUTTALL all of Port Elgin, Wally NUTTALL of Hillsburg, Bud (Leona) NUTTALL of Owen Sound, Shirley (Carman) SWEIGER of Chesley, Marlene (Harvey) DAVIDSON of Walkerton and Don (Eleanor) NUTTALL of Clavering. Dear niece of Florence SEAMAN of Owen Sound. Friends may call at the Downs and son Funeral Home Hepworth Saturday from 2 to 5 p.m. Funeral Service will be conducted from the Shallow Lake Community Church Sunday afternoon at 2: 00 p.m. with Rev. Roy COWIESON officiating. Interment Sanctuary Park Cemetery, Port Elgin. Memorial contributions to the Cancer Society would be appreciated as your expression of sympathy. Messages of condolence for the family are welcome at www.downsandsonfuneralhome.com. A tree will be planted in the Memorial Forest of the Grey Sauble Conservation Foundation in memory of Lenore by the Downs and son Funeral Home.

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NUTTALL o@ca.on.grey_county.owen_sound.the_sun_times 2006-12-06 published
CUTTING, Mildred
In loving memory of a dear grandmother and great-grandmother who passed away December 6, 1997.
Time will never change our love for you, although we miss you here, we know you are watching over us.
- Love always and forever, Jim, Brenda, Sarah and Jenn NUTTALL.

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NUTTALL o@ca.on.middlesex_county.london.london_free_press 2006-03-13 published
COCHRANE, Thomas
At University Hospital on March 10th 2006 Thomas COCHRANE in his 88th year. Dear father of Elizabeth NUTTALL (Frank,) Anne McLEAN (Ian) and Iain COCHRANE (Marion.) Also survived by 6 grandchildren Don, Arlene, Kirsteen, Tina, Fiona and Iain and 4 great-grandchildren Beti, Stephanie, Dylan, and Connor. At Tom's request there will be no funeral service. A private family service will be held at a later date. Tom will be remembered for his great with, leadership and passion for a good cause. "A Fond Kiss And Then We Sever" London Cremation Services entrusted with arrangements 672-0459. Online condolences www.londoncremation.com

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NUTTALL o@ca.on.middlesex_county.london.london_free_press 2006-03-14 published
COCHRANE, Thomas
At University Hospital on March 10th 2006 Thomas COCHRANE in his 88th year. Dear father of Elizabeth NUTTALL (Frank,) Anne McLEAN (Ian) and Iain COCHRANE (Marion.) Also survived by 6 grandchildren Don, Arlene, Kirsteen, Tina, Fiona and Iain and 4 great-grandchildren Beti, Stephanie, Dylan, and Connor. At Tom's request there will be no funeral service. A private family service will be held at a later date. Tom will be remembered for his great wit, leadership and passion for a good cause. "A Fond Kiss And Then We Sever" London Cremation Services entrusted with arrangements 672-0459. Online condolences www.londoncremation.com

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NUTTALL o@ca.on.middlesex_county.london.london_free_press 2006-11-01 published
POUNDER, Roland
Suddenly at Quinte Health Care Prince Edward Memorial Hospital, on Monday, October 30th, 2006. Roland POUNDER, of London, formerly of Picton, at the age of 64. Beloved son of Marjorie and the late Bill POUNDER. Loved father of Robert and his partner Debbie of Picton, Steve and his wife Wendy of London, Louise PETERSON of Picton, Lori PETERSON and her partner Derrick MONROE of Cherry Valley and Jamie and his wife Tera of Milford. Dear brother of Arlie McKEE, Eleanor EASTERBROOK, Eunice NUTTALL, Barb HENNESSEY, Linda WHATTAM and the late Rodney POUNDER. Loved by his 11 grandchildren. Mr. POUNDER is resting at The Whattam Funeral Home, 33 Main Street West, Picton, Ontario. Funeral Service in the Chapel on Thursday, November 2nd at 2 p.m. If desired, donations to the Canadian Cancer Society would be appreciated by the family. (Cheques only please). Friends may call on Wednesday evening from 7: 00 till 9: 00 p.m. Online donations and condolences available at www.whattamfuneralhome.com

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NUTTALL o@ca.on.york_county.toronto.globe_and_mail 2006-09-30 published
This Was Johnathon
In November 2003, Johnathon was beaten, thrown down the basement stairs in his Toronto home and stabbed 71 times -- his throat slashed. Yesterday, his mother sobbed as her only remaining child was handed a life sentence for the murder. Another teen, nicknamed Vampire Boy, was also sentenced as an adult for manslaughter
By Timothy APPLEBY, Armina LIGAYA and Hayley MICK, Page A12
Toronto -- For close to three years he was the 12-year-old Toronto boy with no face and only one name, cut and stabbed so ferociously that he drowned in his own blood.
He was simply "Johnathan," his identity shielded because one of the three teenagers accused of slaughtering him was his older brother, 16 at the time. Identifying the brother would have contravened provisions of the Youth Criminal Justice Act and so "Johnathan," much to the chagrin of his mother, was robbed not just of his life, but also of his identity.
But as sentence was passed yesterday on two of the three accused (the third was acquitted of all charges in February), a Superior Court judge ruled that the horrendous circumstances demanded the killers be dealt with as adults. And so, finally, the veil was lifted and Johnathon Robert MADDEN of Dawes Road, in Toronto's east Danforth area, can be named and seen, as his mother had asked the court.
Likewise unveiled are the two killers, Kevin MADDEN, a hulking, stone-faced figure, now almost 20, and his friend, Timothy FERRIMAN, nicknamed Vampire Boy for his professed fondness for sipping blood.
"The facts are horrific," Mr. Justice David McCOMBS concluded, outlining what he described as "a hideous, senseless crime."
Mr. MADDEN was found guilty of first-degree murder in February and yesterday was sentenced to life imprisonment for killing his little brother in the family home, cutting and slicing his face and neck 71 times with a butcher knife, severing both his voice box and his carotid artery.
Mr. MADDEN was also convicted of trying to murder his stepfather, Ralston CHAMPAGNIE, who was attacked with a knife and a baseball bat when he returned home that same afternoon in November of 2003. For that, he received a concurrent 10-year prison term, less three years spent in pretrial custody.
Two years of his life sentence will be served in a youth facility and the balance in a federal penitentiary, Judge McCOMBS ruled. Behind bars since the day after Johnathon was slain, he will be eligible to apply for parole in just over seven years.
Like all lifers, Mr. MADDEN will be under supervision for the rest of his days, if, or when, he goes free. He is not necessarily beyond all hope, the judge said.
In keeping with his icy demeanour throughout the trial, Mr. MADDEN showed not a shred of emotion yesterday. Mr. FERRIMAN, now 18 and convicted of manslaughter for his role in Johnathon's death, was slightly more animated, glancing around at the packed courtroom where his father, Timothy, sat.
Unlike Mr. MADDEN, Mr. FERRIMAN addressed the court during the sentencing hearing, apologizing for what he had done. The judge said yesterday he found the remorse of the "deeply disturbed" young man to be credible.
Mr. FERRIMAN did not stab the boy but he handed Mr. MADDEN the murder weapon and he helped move Johnathon's body.
On top of time served, Mr. FERRIMAN must spend two years less a day in the youth prison system -- in which he is said to have made significant rehabilitative progress -- followed by three years probation.
The judge's comments during the trial were laced with sympathy for the MADDEN family's ordeal of having one son murder another.
But for both prosecution and defence, the case was unusually taxing.
The first trial was aborted midway through jury deliberations after postings on a vampire-related Internet site -- the same one patronized by Montreal's Dawson College killer -- cast doubt on the veracity of a teenaged girl who was the Crown's key witness.
Fourteen years old at the time, the girl had tape-recorded a telephone call in which the two killers had bragged of plans to wipe out Mr. MADDEN's family, beginning with Johnathon. Less than an hour later, with the house vandalized and smashed up, Johnathon's 45-kilogram (100-pound) body was stuffed in a basement crawl space as the three accused awaited Mr. CHAMPAGNIE's return.
All were arrested within 24 hours.
Mr. MADDEN never disputed killing his brother, who "adored" him, their mother, Joanne CHAMPAGNIE, said in a heart-wrenching victim-impact statement.
Missing throughout the trial, however, was any persuasive insight into how Mr. MADDEN's rage boiled to such a peak that he wanted to annihilate his family.
After the verdicts, emotions were mixed.
Lead prosecutor Hank GOODY, who argued strenuously for adult sentences, declined comment.
But Mr. MADDEN's lawyer, Robert NUTTALL, who sought to have his client sentenced as a youth, said he would appeal the ruling.
"I'm disappointed for Kevin, everybody agrees that Kevin is a very troubled fellow," he said. "Kevin desperately needs treatment. And unfortunately, he's not going to get it."
He described Mr. MADDEN as a "deeply disturbed young man" -- not the psychopath perceived by Doctor Ian SWAYZE, a psychiatrist who examined him at length -- who would benefit from treatment within the youth justice system. "If he doesn't get treatment, he will remain a high risk to reoffend. The issue is, where's he going to get the treatment? It sounds like the [penitentiary] is not the place to get it."
John DENNIS, Mr. FERRIMAN's lawyer, called the past three years "a roller coaster ride" and said he, too, would appeal the decision to sentence the young men as adults.
Ms. CHAMPAGNIE said nothing.
Dressed in a ribbed beige sweater and dark pants and flanked by supporters, she started dabbing at her eyes as she took her seat in the first row, the same place she occupied for each day of the sentencing hearing, listening attentively to Judge McCOMBS.
Each time he alluded to the brutal murder, tears flowed, and when he described how Mr. FERRIMAN helped move the younger boy's body, she held her eyes tightly shut.
Talk of Mr. MADDEN's thoughts elicited a different reaction.
"[Kevin] has repeatedly stated that he has never loved anyone, and has never felt love from anyone," the judge said.
Ms. CHAMPAGNIE looked down and shook her head.
And when the judge told the court that Mr. MADDEN blames his mother for not protecting him, she again shook her head.
She didn't react when Mr. MADDEN's sentence was announced.
But she burst into tears when Judge McCOMBS offered his condolences to her family.
She wanted Johnathon's identity revealed, she told the trial earlier, because she wanted him to be remembered -- to have a face.
When she realized yesterday the publication ban could be lifted, she exhaled a sigh of relief.
Homicide squad Detective Sergeant Terry WARK, who became close to the family throughout their ordeal, said later that Ms. CHAMPAGNIE was content with the outcome and still wants to be in Mr. MADDEN's life.
"But she realizes he needs help," Det. Sgt. WARK said. "She's happy that he'll be in a youth facility for the next two years, because he has been getting a lot of help in there."
The judge's ruling was fair, he said. "He was very compassionate to the family, but I think his sentence today was very helpful to the two boys, and it also gets across the message of deterrence."
Dr. SWAYZE also voiced approval.
Mr. MADDEN, he said, is "salvageable to the extent that he's relatively young, and he hasn't had a lifetime of entrenched antisocial attitudes."
Johnathon and Kevin's biological father, also named Kevin MADDEN and estranged from Ms. CHAMPAGNIE since 1993, had no comment on the ruling.
After the sentencing, the brothers' aunt, Wendy EBERHARDT, read a statement on behalf of her family.
"We are relieved to see an end to the trial," she said. "We are pleased that Kevin and Tim are going to get help with their problems. We're relieved to have Johnathon's full name released, so that we can now properly memorialize him."
'BF's 4-ever'
He'd grown up building forts, hurling mud pies with his Friends and playing Little League.
Now he was 12, and larger horizons beckoned.
His voice was beginning to break, he'd started junior high and girls were on his mind.
His best friend's grandmother recalled the fair, blue-eyed boy plunking down at her kitchen table on a November day, three years ago, and musing about a crush. Where should he take her for dinner? he wondered.
None of it would come to pass.
A few weeks later, Johnathon MADDEN was ambushed and stabbed to death by his older brother Kevin, becoming Toronto's 59th homicide victim of 2003.
Until yesterday, he could not be identified, because his name would reveal those of his accused killers.
"He just had a sweetness about him," said the grandmother of his best friend, Nathan. "We miss him."
Johnathon Robert MADDEN was born in Toronto on May 11, 1991, the second son of Joanne and Kevin MADDEN.
The pair separated when Kevin was 7 and Johnathon 3. Their mother remarried soon after the divorce.
The court heard that while a teenaged Kevin had problems in class, at home and with the law, Johnathon led a happy childhood.
"Johnathon was a compassionate boy. He was worried about what was going on in his family. And loved his brother," said the woman, who did not want to be identified.
Johnathon and Nathan lived blocks apart in North York and, for six years, they were inseparable. They built forts, attended Raptors games with Johnathon's family and revelled in nicki-nicki-nine-door "missions."
One weekend, they dotted Nathan's grandmother's yard with holes and had mud fights.
The summer they were 9, they had a marathon number of sleepovers that lasted three weeks.
On the last day of his life, Johnathon walked Nathan home after a snowball fight.
Hours later, the boy was slashed to death by his brother in the basement of his family home.
Nathan, 10 at the time of the killing, testified at two trials held for his friend's accused killers. The first ended in a mistrial.
Johnathon's mother, now Ms. CHAMPAGNIE, wants her son to be remembered, and created a memorial website (http://www.johnathon-madden.memory-of.com). In it, Johnathon is remembered as the boy with the big smile who loved tacos, saltfish and making people laugh.
His aunt, Margo ANDERSON, wrote: "To my nephew, may you enjoy skateboarding with the angels."
A classmate wrote: "You always were the funny one in the class."
And Nathan STEVENSON, Johnathon's co-conspirator, mud-fight rival and sleepover buddy, wrote that he misses his best friend, signing it "BF's 4-ever."
Hayley Mick
'You just don't understand'
During the three years that homicide investigator Detective Sergeant Terry WARK helped shape the prosecution case against Kevin MADDEN, the accused responded to his many questions just once.
"I said to him, 'Kevin, this was your brother. How could you do this?' " the policeman recalled.
"And he said, 'You don't understand. It built up. You just don't understand.' That's the only thing he ever said to me, he never said another word."
Blond, tall and broad shouldered -- he weighed about 230 pounds when he killed his young brother -- Mr. MADDEN appeared to listen carefully during his two murder trials, occasionally peering around the room with his cold, flat eyes.
But he never testified and only once did he display any emotion.
That was when his mother, Joanne CHAMPAGNIE, described her pain and her love for both of her sons.
Her words left Mr. MADDEN sobbing quietly, rocking in his chair in the prisoners' box.
To the end, the teenaged killer was an enigma.
Mr. MADDEN's history -- moving from house to house after his parents' marriage failed, habitual truancy at 10 different schools, alcohol abuse that started at the age of 12, sharing his home with a stepfather he hated -- offered some grim early warning signs.
When he killed his 12-year-old brother, he was already on probation over threats he had made to schoolmates
He also threatened to blow up one school. He was suspended at least six times from the last high school he attended.
Some observers -- including the judge who sentenced him to life imprisonment yesterday -- nonetheless see a glimmer of hope, because of his youth.
So does his biological father.
"He's got ambition now," Kevin MADDEN Sr. told the court after visiting his son in custody. "He wants to get good grades, wants to be productive, he seems like a totally different person."
Prosecutor Hank GOODY saw things entirely differently.
"Mr. MADDEN is now the same person psychologically as he was November 23, 2003," he told the court. "And is likely to remain the same psychologically for the foreseeable future."
And forensic psychiatrist Doctor Ian SWAYZE painted a picture that was alarming.
"He really is sort of a smouldering volcano, with steam coming out of the vents," he testified.
"These explosions of anger are not out of character, not aberrant. There's a cascade towards a terrible event… a path towards disaster."
Timothy APPLEBY and Armina LIGAYA

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NUTTER o@ca.on.middlesex_county.london.london_free_press 2006-06-21 published
NUTTER, Irene (KENNERLEY)
Died peacefully at London Health Sciences Centre, University Hospital on Monday, June 19, 2006 in her 80th year. Predeceased by her dear husband John NUTTER, Irene leaves her loving daughter, Lisa and her beloved granddaughter Juliana. She will be missed by Juliana's father, Morris DALLA COSTA and many family and close Friends: Audrey and Harold PICKERELL of the United Kingdom, Leslie and Myra NUTTER of Australia and Sandy and Dennis JAQUES of Victoria, Mille and Tod LINTER of Whitby, Margie MANN of Bay Ridges, Margie and Lewis TRULL of Port Perry and Verna and Jack DEWELL of Oshawa. Visitation will be held at John T. Donohue Funeral Home, 362 Waterloo Street at King Street, on Wednesday, June 21 from 4-7 o'clock. A private interment will take place at Mount Lawn Memorial Park, Oshawa at a later date. Lisa wishes to thank the doctors at University Hospital and nurses Rose and Louise for their support and kindness. In lieu of flowers, a gift to the Heart and Stroke Foundation would be appreciated.

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NUTTER o@ca.on.york_county.toronto.toronto_star 2006-02-04 published
HOFFMAN, Katherine Elizabeth " Liz" (née NUTTER)
Liz passed away peacefully at her home with great courage and dignity from malignant melanoma on January 27, 2006. To deeply mourn her passing, so thankful for her life, are her loving family, her beloved daughter Andrea HOFFMAN (Matt TORMEY,) her mother Audrey NUTTER, brother John NUTTER, sister Patricia (Bob) JAMIESON, Auntie Bobbie and Uncle Dave GRANT and family, Barry HOFFMAN and the HOFFMAN and Potter families. She was predeceased by her father Philip NUTTER. To all of Liz's Friends who loved her, you are her family as well and we know that you will miss her as deeply. Liz achieved a tremendous amount during her life. She is remembered for her determination to stand up for the rights of those without a voice, for her passion for books and making them accessible to everyone, for the pleasure she took in travel and her admiration of different cultures, and most fondly for her deep love and appreciation of family and Friends. Liz gave wholeheartedly to her Friends and always held them dear. She was so grateful for all of the love and support that she received over the past months - every call, every card, every flower and every prayer was deeply cherished and gave her added strength. Liz was born in Winnipeg in 1951, later moving to the Ottawa area with her family. She graduated with an Honours Degree in Public Administration from Carleton University in Ottawa and pursued further study on scholarship at the Syracuse University School of Public Administration, New York. Liz raised her family and spent most of her career in Toronto. She returned to Winnipeg in 2000. Liz's deeply rooted sense of fairness and social justice led to a career as ombudsperson with distinguished service at Carleton University, the University of Toronto, Ryerson Polytechnic University and the Ontario College of Art and Design. For the past five years she worked in Winnipeg as a Senior Investigator with the Office of the National Defence and Canadian Forces Ombudsman. She was a founding member and a past president of the Association of Canadian College and University Ombudspersons. She was also a founding member of The Forum of Canadian Ombudsman and remained actively involved as a member of the Board. The opportunity to volunteer with diverse groups and individuals in the community gave her great pleasure. For over twenty years Liz was committed to keeping the public library systems strong and maintaining public access to information while preserving individual privacy. She was past president of the Ontario Public Library Association and on behalf of this Association and the Ontario Ministry of Culture and Communications chaired the development of the Ontario Public Library Strategic Plan. She contributed as a committee chair to the development of Winnipeg's Millennium Library. She was a member of the Executive Committee of the Canadian Commission for United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization a member of the Board of Directors of the Canadian Network for the Advancement of Research, Industry and Education; a member of the Federal Government's National Community Access Programme Advisory Board; a member of the Federal Government's Information Highway Advisory Council; and founding chair of Canada's Coalition for Public Information. A special joy was in representing Canada as keynote speaker (National Information Policies: Canadian Approach) at the 49th International Federation for Information and Documentation Conference and Congress held in Jaipur and New Delhi, India. Liz's leadership, service and commitment toward the betterment of her local, provincial, national and global communities have been highly recognized. She was honoured with many awards from the organizations with which she worked. Commendations were received from both the Prime Minister and the Governor General of Canada. Liz believed in living each day to the fullest. She travelled extensively with her family throughout North and South America, Mexico, the Caribbean, Europe and Asia. She enjoyed diverse activities including book clubs, cultural festivals, cinema, theatre, live music and billiards. Most recently Liz's quiet time was spent at her dream retreat Skye Cottage, Victoria Beach. Our lives are richer for having known Liz. She touched and contributed to the lives of many. The family invites Friends to share in a remembrance and celebration of Liz's life at the Renaissance Hotels Northern Lights Ballroom in the Rogers Centre, Toronto on Saturday, February 11th at 1: 30 p.m. This is the site where Liz hosted the initial visionary meeting of the future Ontario Digital Library. A similar gathering is being held at the Inn at the Forks, Winnipeg, on Saturday, February 4th. Flowers gratefully declined.

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