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1981-2022 25 mai 2022

It is with heartbreaking sadness that we announce the passing of Joshua Miller, the loving son of Lily McGregor and David Miller, brother of Cassandra Miller and Mike Miller, and stepson to Peter McGregor.   Josh was a passionate teacher who dedicated the past 10 years of his life to supporting students in the Community of Whapmagoostui, where he fell in love with the northern way of life and ancestral traditions.  Josh embarked on this path when he was introduced to Youth Fusion in 2010, and worked as a Media Coordinator to organize and conduct both regular in-class workshops and extra-curricular activities with the focus of engaging students in their academic development through media and artistic activities at Badabin Eeyou School in Whapmagoostui.  Once he completed his teaching qualifications he headed back to Whapmagoostui and took a teaching position at Wasimauttaq school, as an art Teacher, and later as Head of the Special Needs Department at Badabin Eeyou School where he focused on students with special needs. Josh cared deeply about his students and took pride in being the best resource he could be, always expanding his professional development to include more tools that could support and heal.  Josh loved his life in Whapmagoostui and hoped to, one day, get a plot of land where he could build a home and be a permanent member of the community. 

 Josh leaves a legacy of kindness and generosity.  A beautiful ethereal northern light, his impact will live on through every person and child he supported, loved and cared for. He will forever be in our hearts to shine a light on the importance of loving, being kind and generous of spirit.

 The family will be holding a private closed service.  A memorial event celebrating Josh’s life will be held in Toronto, details will follow.  Donations in lieu of flowers can be made to Youth Fusion and/or any charity supporting mental health.


1951-2022 20 mai 2022

C’est avec grande tristesse et le cœur lourd que nous annonçons le décès de M. Louis Martin à l’âge 70 ans.

Il laisse dans le deuil son épouse, Mme Mariette Prégent, sa fille Annie (Mark), son fils Carl (Sandra) ainsi que ses petits-enfants Andrew et Simon. Outre sa famille immédiate, M. Martin laisse dans le deuil plusieurs frères et sœurs, parents et amis.

Une cérémonie à la mémoire de M. Martin aura lieu à une date ultérieure.

Michel R. Magnan

1964-2022 22 avril 2022

C’est avec une profonde tristesse que nous annonçons le décès soudain de Michel Robert Magnan, qui s’est éteint paisiblement à l’Hôpital du Sacré-Cœur de Montréal le 22 avril 2022.

Michel est né à Halifax, en Nouvelle-Écosse, le 23 janvier 1964 et 21 mois plus tard, la famille Magnan a été transférée à Montréal, une ville que Michel aimait beaucoup et qu’il n’a jamais quittée.

Pendant près de 20 ans, Michel a été directeur de programme à Tandem Montréal Sud-Ouest, où il était très fier de pouvoir servir les gens de ces communautés. Il a également participé à la politique municipale et en a été un observateur attentif. Ses passe-temps étaient la cuisine, la musique, l’histoire et tout ce qui se rapporte à Montréal.

Michel a été précédé dans la mort par son père, Maurice J. Magnan, et sa mère, Judith Magnan.
Il laisse dans le deuil ses frères Bernard (Linda) et Claude (Andrea), et sa sœur Lorraine (Bob).
Michel a également deux neveux, Kevin et James.

Aucun service n’est prévu pour l’instant.

Des dons peuvent être faits à la Fondation CHU Sainte-Justine au nom de Michel.

La famille de Michel souhaite remercier les merveilleux médecins et infirmiers/infirmières de l’Hôpital du Sacré-Cœur de Montréal qui se sont si bien occupés de lui.

Un merci tout spécial à JCR.


It is with great sadness we announce the sudden passing of Michel Robert Magnan peacefully at l’Hôpital du Sacré Coeur de Montréal on April 22, 2022.

Michel was born in Halifax, Nova Scotia on January 23, 1964 and 21 months later the Magnan family was transferred to Montreal - a city that Michel dearly loved and never left.

For nearly 20 years Michel was the Program Director at Tandem Montreal Sud-Ouest where he took great pride in being able to serve the people of those communities. He also participated in and was a keen observer of municipal politics. His hobbies included cooking, music, history and everything Montreal.

Michel was predeceased by his father Maurice J. Magnan and mother Judith Magnan.
He is survived by brothers Bernard (Linda), Claude (Andrea) and sister Lorraine (Bob).
Michel also has 2 nephews- Kevin and James.

At present time there are no plans for any services.

Donations may be made to the CHU Sainte-Justine Foundation in Michel’s name.

Michel’s family wishes to thank the wonderful doctors and nurses at l’Hôpital du Sacré Coeur de Montréal who took such great care of him.

A special thank you to JCR.