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Nikki (then called Ellen) King (MCHS 1962) has shared Malcolm Campbell High School updates, from the years that followed the 1960s

One of the great things about having a website is that from time to time people add comments at posts that have been written in the past. One such post, to which many comments have been added over the past year, is entitled: Provisional list of MCHS ’60s (and other decades) students/alumni/teachers who have passed away Comment […]

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Further comment, regarding golf caddy at Marlborough golf club who became professor at Concordia

A previous post refers to Marlborough golf club in Montreal: “I have to say that my caddy days led me to detest golf,” Graeme Decarie comments The above-noted post refers, in turn, to a post that is entitled: Additional comments from Graeme Decarie – regarding Saraguay, Cartierville School, and Marlborough golf club I’m pleased to […]

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“I have to say that my caddy days led me to detest golf,” Graeme Decarie comments

Below are some recent comments at a post entitled: Additional comments from Graeme Decarie – regarding Saraguay, Cartierville School, and Marlborough golf club I’ve posted the two most recent comments, as a way of bringing attention to them. Donald Lortie comments: I caddied at Marlborough in the early 60’s – I remember the Lawrence Brothers […]

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Pamela Ireland, Maid of Honour at the wedding of Lesley Peters (nee Carswell) and Olaf Peters

The following text from Bob Carswell is an addition to a previous post entitled: Memories of Pam Ireland-Mason of Malcolm Campbell High School Maid of Honour Bob Carswell writes: My sister Lesley Peters (nee Carswell) just confirmed that Pamela Ireland was indeed her Maid of Honour at her wedding. Pamela was actually 2 years younger than […]

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Would a workplace without managers work?

A July 29, 2015 Globe and Mail article is entitled: “Holacracy: Would a workplace without managers work?” The article highlights an approach to getting things done that strongly appeals to me. In 30 years of volunteer work, it’s been my anecdotal experience that what I like to call a flat-hierachy approach to getting things done […]

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Graeme Decaries discusses what we know and don’t know about the British Royal family (especially as it relates to 1930s)

Over the past year, we’ve had many online conversations with Graeme Decarie, who taught history at Malcolm Campbell High School in the early years of the school’s existence. Graeme has added much to my own understanding of the history of Cartierville and Saraguay among other places. My site would have many fewer page visits, and many […]

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Why a Reunion in Toronto, not Montreal?

Why Toronto, not Montreal? What follows is an edited version of our April 1, 2015 discussion in Kitchener, among members of the Event Committee, about the “Why Toronto?” topic. This is a question that everybody has an opinion about. It’s a great topic for discussion. At our April 1, 2015 meeting, we had the following dialogue, which […]