Announcing Team Cornwall’s newest Honourary Team Captain: Senator Jacques Demers

Friday, November 9th, 2012

Former Montreal Canadiens Head Coach, Stanley Cup winner, and latest Team Cornwall honourary Team Captain: Senator Jacques Demers

Team Cornwall is proud to announce our newest Honourary Team Captain: Former Montreal Canadiens Head Coach, Stanley Cup winner, and current Senator, Jacques Demers.

Senator Demers will be the guest speaker at the annual Fall breakfast on Saturday, November 17th at the Agora Centre (301 McConnell Ave., formerly Nativity Hall) in Cornwall.

“We are very excited about having Jacques visit Cornwall,” said MP Guy Lauzon. “He has an amazing story to tell and we’re expecting lots of local sports fans to join us.”

“This won’t be a partisan speech, but an opportunity to hear about Senator Demers and his success story,” said Association President Eric Duncan. “Anyone who’s a hockey fan, and wants to hear a great motivational speaker should attend.”

Tickets for the event are only $10 each and are available by calling Jane Cox at (613) 543-3567. Breakfast is served at 8:30am and the event is wrapped up by 10:00am.

We encourage all of our Team Cornwall members as well as members of the public to join us in welcoming Senator Demers and in attending this exciting event.

 

About Team Cornwall’s Honourary Team Captains:

Through its ambassadorial program, Team Cornwall has chosen to honour select individuals who have worked within the public sphere and who have made an impact and recognition towards the Cornwall community.  These have included:

  • Prime Minister Stephen Harper
  • Former Prime Minister Jean Chretien
  • Olympic gold medalist (and Cornwall native) Lori Dupuis
  • Olympic gymnast (and Cornwall native) Melanie Bainville
  • NHL player (and Cornwall native) Jesse Winchester
  • Canadian Broadcaster Kurt Stoodley
  • Former NHL player Scott Pearson
  • Canadian Broadcaster and Philanthropist Max Keeping

We are pleased to recognize Senator Demers for his outstanding contribution to the Canadian athletic and public sphere, and for his participation in Cornwall community events.