As part of the National day of remembrance for the victims of COVID-19, the Town of Rosemère wishes to honor the memory of those who died during the pandemic and to acknowledge the invaluable contribution of all those who are on the front lines fighting this virus.
At the suggestion of the Comité de bienveillance (Caring Committee), the Town of Rosemère invites its citizens to place a white rose, real or illustrated, in their window. Like the rainbows last spring, this symbol is intended to show our sympathy and support. You can download and print this picture from Facebook or get a copy at the library.
In order to ensure that this tragedy is never forgotten, the Town of Rosemère will install a memorial plaque next summer that will allow citizens to pay their respects in the garden of Hamilton House. In the meantime, the road leading to the Sainte-Françoise-Cabrini church will be illuminated in tribute to the deceased.
At the same time, the Town of Rosemère would like to thank all the front-line workers who work tirelessly to ensure the health and well-being of our seniors and the entire community. As a token of appreciation, a white chocolate rose was presented to each of the workers at the Centre d’hébergement Hubert-Maisonneuve.
A commemorative video is available on Facebook and Vimeo.