Friends of St. Joseph’s purchase the Manor

The building for the Friends of St. Joseph’s Manor is just a signature at the notary away from being owned inhouse, meaning the non-profit organization can look more comfortably to the future as they plan expansions and renovations. Back row, from left: board members Jean Lacourse, Angela Lance, Colleen Larivière and CISSSO support program manager Nicole Boucher-Larivière. Front row, from left: Denis Larivière, Maelle Fortin, Pontiac MNA André Fortin and Elodie Fortin.

Dec. 2, 2017
A retirement residence in Campbell’s Bay is almost officially a privately-owned building, after many years of renting the facilities from the Centre intégré de santé et des services sociaux de l’Outaouais (CISSSO).
Conducting a formal announcement at the annual wine and cheese Christmas party on Saturday, the president and directors of the Friends of St. Joseph Manor were excited to share with residents that the agreement had been sent off to the notaries.
“The papers are made, the ministry has to sign them and then they’re going to send them up here and we’ll be going to sign them at the notary hopefully before the end of the year,” said Denis Larivière, president of the Friends of St. Joseph’s Manor.

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