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Holloways Funeral Home

Holloways Funeral Home in Whitbourne Newfoundland provides local funeral services. It is located at 33A Cabot Avenue in Whitbourne, NL with a postal code of A0B 3K0. Call Holloways Funeral Home for more information about funeral and memorial services, preplanning and funeral arrangements. Before visiting the funeral home, be sure to verify its address, hours of operation, and if going to someone's funeral - funeral visitation and service times. The telephone number is 709-759-3020.

  • Name:
    Holloways Funeral Home
    Address:
    33A Cabot Avenue
    City:
    Whitbourne
    Province:
    Newfoundland
    Postal Code:
    A0B 3K0
    Phone:
    709-759-3020
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Dr. Barrie deVeber, founder of bioethics institute, dies at 90 - The Catholic Register

Wednesday, March 27, 2019

The funeral Mass for Dr. deVeber was held March 5 at St. Peter's Cathedral Basilica in London, Ont. Support The Catholic RegisterUnlike many other news websites, The Catholic Register has never charged readers for access to the news and information on our site. We want to keep our award-winning journalism as widely available as possible. But we need your help.For more than 125 years, The Register has been a trusted source of faith based journalism. By making even a small donation you help ensure our future as an important voice in the Catholic Church. If you support the mission of Catholic journalism, please donate today. Thank you. Let's block ads! (Why?)...
https://www.catholicregister.org/item/29085-dr-barrie-deveber-founder-of-bioethics-institute-dies-at-90

Doug Ford's office calls Randy Hillier's allegations 'outright lie' - CTV News

Wednesday, March 27, 2019

I didn't feel that I could speak," she said, adding that she believed too much power was centralized within the premier's office. "I'm not the only one that thinks that and I'm glad that people are starting to see it." NDP legislator Taras Natyshak wrote Ontario Provincial Police Interim Commissioner Gary Couture on Monday, calling on the service to investigate Hillier's allegations of illegal and unregistered lobbying. "These, among other allegations disclosed in the letter, are disturbing, first-hand indications that illegal activities may have taken place, or may be ongoing," he said. Interim Liberal leader John Fraser called on Hillier to come forward and provide more information on his allegations to province's integrity commissioner. Green party Leader Mike Schreiner said the Tory caucus has now lost two members who stood up for their constituents and were punished for doing so. "We're elected to represent our constituents, put our constituents first, not to be a member of a high-priced pom pom squad for the premier," he said. Let's block ads! (Why?)...
https://kitchener.ctvnews.ca/doug-ford-s-office-calls-randy-hillier-s-allegations-outright-lie-1.4342262

Famed Nova Scotia treasure hunter did it his way, reverend tells funeral - HalifaxToday.ca

Wednesday, March 27, 2019

AlyThomson on Twitter. Aly Thomson, The Canadian Press Note to readers: This is a corrected story. An earlier version wrongly said that Dan Blankenship had worked at the Oak Island Motel, but he only stayed there. Let's block ads! (Why?)...
https://www.halifaxtoday.ca/local-news/famed-nova-scotia-treasure-hunter-did-it-his-way-reverend-tells-funeral-1340093

Family told Pickton victim's remains not cremated, not fit for burial - Vancouver Is Awesome

Wednesday, March 27, 2019

Court. And, Court said, the family was told what they were being given. He said he signed the cremation certificate only to give the Freys an opportunity to bury their daughter. "Under no circumstances were the Freys misled," Court said. "Every aspect of the handling of the remains and reasons for their unusual consistency in the urn was explained to them in great detail. The conversation was held in my office in Burnaby, witnessed by a colleague and documented. "The Freys left happy and specifically asked me to thank Lawrence for all he did," he said. A week before Little signed the cremation certificate and 10 months after the remains' return to the Freys, B.C. chief coroner Lisa Lapointe had told Frey lawyer Neil Chantler in a September 2011 letter, "the remains were not suitable for cremation." Court says the remains were processed "in a way that did not expose them to the direct flame as it was explained to me that they would have essentially vaporized." Little confirmed that in an interview. He said laws were followed, all remains treated with reverence. But with this confusion over the remains and burial requirements, the Freys asked undertaker Sandra Poelvoorde to investigate. She asked Simon Fraser University forensic anthropologist Dr. Mark Skinner to examine the remains. He found them consistent with the finding of Marnie Frey's remains on Pickton's farm. However, Skinner added, "I can only say that the bone fragments could be human but need not be." Skinner confirms the email exchanges took place but will not release his full report. Poelvoorde said the findings made her hesitant to release the remains for burial. "I am concerned at the possibility of long bone fragments," Poelvoorde told Skinner. "I cannot in good faith just tell them (the family) what they want to hear just so they can bury what might not be their daughter," she said. Poelvoorde told Stephen Fonseca of the BC Coroners Service in October 2011 that Skinner's comments led to her to doubt the remains were Marnie Frey's. "While I think it is likely this is Marnie, I don't have a lot of trust in how the process occurred to say without doubt, this is Marnie," Poelvoorde told Skinner in October 2011. Five months later, in a note to Poelvoorde, Consumer Protection B.C. investigator Eileen Diersch wrote that "there is enough evidence to warrant that . . . Frey's remains, and the remains of the other cremated that night were not cremated in a respectful and dignified manner and ‘may have been exposed to conduct illegal under the criminal code.'" But the RCMP investigated later and declined to pursue charges. The fight frustrates the Freys to this day. Marnie's remains still sit on a Campbell River funeral home shelf. Let's block ads! (Why?)...
https://www.vancouverisawesome.com/2018/11/21/family-of-pickton-victims-cremation/

Family remembers decorated WWII veteran - Brantford Expositor

Wednesday, March 27, 2019

There are so many who fought and sadly died without this recognition, including many from Brantford and Brant County," Mr. Miklos said when received the medal. "The only way I can really accept this is in their honour."Those from Brantford and the surrounding area who served with Mr. Miklos include William (Bill) Gilmour, Cole Gregor, Syd Pass, Joe Tansley, Ken Clark, Lloyd Hopkins, Gord Haviland, Lloyd Graham and Jim Papple."He was the last surviving member of C company of the battalion and the last of the local members of the battalion," Miklos said.Mr. Miklos is survived by Margaret, his wife of 72 years, and their children Bob (Jeannie), Maureen (John Hodges), Jim Jr. (Mary), Gerry (Sherri), Carole, Tom (Brenda) and Peter. He is also survived by nine grandchildren and 14 great grandchildren.Friends will be received at the Dennis Toll Funeral Home, 55 Charing Cross St., on Wednesday from 7 p.m. to 9 p.m. The service takes place at St. Pius X Roman Catholic Church, 9 Waverly St. at 11 a.m. Thursday and will be followed by a reception in the church hall.Vball@postmedia.comtwitter.com/EXPVBall Let's block ads! (Why?)...
https://www.brantfordexpositor.ca/news/local-news/family-remembers-decorated-wwii-veteran

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