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Press release

For immediate release

October 13th, 2017

A strong community and dedicated volunteers realize outstanding project in the community of Limoges!
The Limoges Health Hub celebrates grand opening on October 13th, 2017.

 Limoges, Ontario – The Nation Municipality is proud to highlight the official opening of the Limoges Health Hub held on October 13th, 2017. This one stop shop to health services will house the Limoges Dental Centre, a Guardian Pharmacy,  the Community Services of Prescott and Russell, the Centre de santé communautaire de l’Estrie,  the Nation Health Centre and a number of other of health professionals. The wide range of health services will meet the growing needs of the residents of Limoges and those of the surrounding communities. Furthermore, it will meet the needs of the community by offering bilingual services. This project is the result of countless hours of hard work, dedication and unwavering passion on behalf of the Limoges Health Hub Volunteer Committee and of its president, Mrs. Shirley Racine.

This project had gained momentum in the past 2 years thanks to the committed members of the Limoges Health Hub Volunteer Committee and the partners and stakeholders. The end result is an important chapter in the history of Limoges, not only in regards to the health of its citizens but also for the creation of over 50 jobs. The Nation Municipality is proud to have contributed $60,000.00 to the project along with administrative support for the committee.

“We are very happy to share with you today the official opening of the Limoges Health Hub. A special thanks goes to all the volunteers, your perseverance is unmatched. I believe this project will be the cornerstone of expanded services and commercial growth in Limoges.”

  • François St-Amour, Mayor of The Nation Municipality

“As Councillor for Ward 4, the opening of the Limoges Health Hub is an important day. It reflects the dedication and perseverance of the numerous volunteers. The Health Hub will play a significant role in the health and wellbeing of the residents of this wonderful community.”

  • Francis Brière, Councillor of Ward 4 of The Nation Municipality