A tribute to our efforts and a testament to all that we have been through together
March 11th marks the first anniversary of the COVID-19
pandemic. Since then, as an organization, a lot has changed - not only for our
staff, but our residents, patients, and their families. This past year has been a
year filled with uncertainty, change and fear. But it has also been a year of resiliency,
hard work and selflessness.
Over 175 years ago, Mother Élisabeth Bruyère cared for some of the most
ill plague-stricken victims of the typhus epidemic in Ottawa and rejoiced in
this work of mercy, even though she feared contagion. Similarly, now in a global pandemic, our organization has continued her journey and has never
ceased caring for those who need it most.
As an organization, we have come together to care for our
community and have continued to serve our mission of love, service and
To commemorate and to tribute our efforts, we have compiled
stories from our staff, residents, their families and more.
To submit a story, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.