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Resident Hero Nominations

Nancy

Grimsby Apartments, Grimsby

“Nancy is a compassionate Personnal Support Worker whom every day goes out to help fellow residents in our community who are unable to do for themselves. Her kindness can be seen and felt in everything she does because she cares for others in the way she would want for herself. She’s truly an inspiration.”

Nominated by Eliesabeth

Ryan

Auburn Park, London

“Ryan is a mobile security guard that works over night all over the city of London. He is a front line worker that doesn’t always get a lot of recognition for the work he does! He keeps many people safe. During this Covid-19 pandemic he is working even harder with more risk being in contact with so many people. He’s definitely a hero in my books!”

Nominated by Lacey

Lydia

Parc Kildare, Montreal

“My wife is a Zumba Instructor, she continues teaching free Zumba via Zoom. This is her ways how she can help her local community to stay fit during pandemic.”

Nominated by Nonie

Amanda

25 Kappele Circle, Stratford

“I’d like to nominate my girlfriend Amanda. Despite everything going on, she continues to work both of her jobs at New Orleans Pizza and the Anne Hathaway Retirement home. Sometimes working both jobs in the same day. She has done everything possible to make sure our kids never have to go without, and she always has a positive attitude. ”

Nominated by Dustin

Viviana

Le Mistral, Montreal

“Viviana is a nurse, she’s out there fighting for us without complain and she deserves all recognition, and definitely some vacations! A true Hero.”

Nominated by Christian

Stephanie

718 Lawrence Road, Hamilton

“I would like to nominate Stephanie Jamieson, she is a front line worker. She’s tired and exhausted but still goes to her long-term care home (LTC) everyday to take care of her residents to make sure they’re ok and safe throughout all this covid. Her LTC facility had NO cases of covid so that means she and her colleagues are doing an amazing job at keeping their residents and themselves safe as well as her family … very proud of her. ❤”

Nominated by Paige

Shehzadi

Place Kingsley, Montreal

“I’d like to nominate Shehzadi (or Shez) for her sacrifice and her service. She has been working full time at a retirement home and has been tending to all the senior residents’ needs. Whether it’s feeding them, helping them stay clean or giving them proper medication, she has been at their beck and call making sure they are as comfortable as possible during this difficult time, especially since their family members cannot visit. Shez comes home exhausted but feels fulfilled. She says the work is tough but rewarding. She’s a true hero.”

Nominated by Alina

Paul

5220 Lakeshore Road, Burlington

“My husband Paul works in maintenance in a local retirement residence. I have always thought such work has been undervalued. He is now an essential worker but I have always thought he was. The elderly that reside in this home and all the others would be made so much more vulnerable without workers like Paul. He has beat cancer twice and is working at keeping it at bay yet he goes in every night never gripes or complains and even manages to give me a smile whenever I need one. God bless Paul and all the CLV heroes!”

Nominated by Rita

Gabrielle

214 Metcalfe Street, Ottawa

“I would like to nominate Gabrielle. She is an intensive care unit nurse who focuses on the well-being of her patients and their families! She is a full-time graduate student and a part-time nurse. However, she is currently also working full-time to help the community during the pandemic!”

Nominated by Alexandre

Wendy

The Lakeshore Club, Burlington

“Wendy and daughter Ella made protective masks for residents, friends and community organizations.1st Class and lots of effort.”

Nominated by Tony

Sakshi

Elmridge Gardens, Ottawa

“She is deparment manager at Gloucester Walmart. She never had to go to Walmart and work during Covid. But she selflessly went there to help out people and keep operations running, so that Gloucester Walmart runs good. Many times, people called in due to Covid scare, yet she was always there.
She is my wife and i am proud of her.”

Nominated by Sid

Rick

Parc Kildare, Montreal

“I want to nominate my husband Rick. Even before the lockdown commenced, he has been there helping all the elderly tenants in our building, making sure they are safe, checking on them and making sure that there is anything they need. We live in a building that has elderly tenants with lots of needs, because they do not have anyone to help them with certain things. From fixing things for them, groceries, and also making sure their mental health is cared for by the proper people. He goes out of his way to make sure they are okay. Just an example there is a lady on our floor who wanders late at night outside and locks herself out of the building and he makes sure that she gets back into the building and escorts her back to her apartment safely!! He is definitely a selfless person.”

Nominated by Colleen

Ruth

10 Ben Lomond, Hamilton

“I have such gratitude towards Ruth. Not only is she a wonderful neighbor… she always makes sure to check if I am in need of anything. Ruth also made me 2 beautifully sewn masks as well.

It is extremely difficult to get around when you suffer with physical disabilities. Ruth has gone to the store for me… went to the bank for me as well and she is also a volunteer at the Juravinski Cancer Center.

I have nothing but high praise for this extraordinary woman, who is so nonchalant about her warmth, caring and giving. It is a virtue that I hold very close to my heart. I wish that I had those same virtues in me so that I could do the same for others as Ruth does so selflessly. Physical disabilities hinder that endeavor for me now.

So I nominate Ruth as she is extremely deserving of this.”

Nominated by Joanne

Lori and Blaine

775 Concession, Hamilton

“Lori and Blaine are my neighbors above me I talk to them regularly. I have lived at 775 concession for 4 years now. They have always been very nice to me by holding the building door open and calming my dog down when things like fire alarms going off or when he gets upset due to his separation anxiety. Blane works hard every day at the juravinski hospital and taking the risk of covid 19. They made me feel welcome when I moved here, they have been very polite to any of my guests. They have many friends in the neighbourhood and they have lived here for 12 years. I believe they should be recognized in these times for their ongoing friendly caring attitude and hardwork at the hospital.”

Nominated by Craig

Kathy

10 & 14 Reid, Mississauga

“Kathy is recovering from a broken neck and since has been off work. When the Covid started, she begun making masks for all at the 2 buidings, free of charge, and I personally have been donating latex gloves for your staff since they ran low on them.”

Nominated by Doug

Loraine

Hamilton Landing, Trenton

“Loraine works at the Trenton South ONroute. She works everyday she is scheduled, for minimum wage. She is a cleaner at the ONroute, she cleans inside and outside. The job is heavy and long days. She, like me, loves what she does and is good at it. Like all cleaners, we are the least respected and have terrible jobs to do… but if you love it, it makes it all worth it.”

Nominated by Karen

Max

Forest Ridge, Ottawa

“I don’t know him personally, but he posted on the Bulletin Board of the Resident Portal offering to bring groceries for anyone who needs it since he works at Farm Boy. He mentioned he would be bussing and couldn’t carry much but was still willing to help. Very kind and generous of a neighbour to offer that, I feel like that deserved some recognition.”

Nominated by Hana

Pierre

Auburn Park, London

“Pierre works as a paramedic to help those in the community ❤️”

Nominated by Kimberly

Lisa

Grimsby Apartments

“Lisa’s mother has made cloth masks and Lisa distributes them to/for myself being an essential worker in home care, as well as other persons in the community. Great help.”

Nominated by Nancy

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Resident Heroes

Resident Heroes

Nominations are now closed. Thank you for all you incredible nominations!

A chance to highlight a selfless neighbour!

Do you know a fellow resident going above and beyond to help the community in these challenging times? Give them the chance to get the recognition they deserve!

Over the past several weeks, we’ve been inspired by the many acts of kindness that we’ve seen in our communities across Ontario and Quebec. We want to highlight the caring, generosity and selflessness of our amazing residents!

Tell us how one of your neighbours is helping the community through their actions or essential work and they may get featured as one of our Resident Heroes and receive the recognition and the care they deserve!

Who can I nominate?

Nominations are now closed. Thanks to all who participated!

You can nominate any CLV Group/InterRent REIT resident who you believe should be recognized for helping the community in the current COVID-19 situation. Recognition could be given for lending a hand to another resident, sewing protective masks for others, teaching an online class, being an essential worker and so on.

Note: Nominated heroes will be contacted before the publishing of their stories to confirm permission.

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Resident Hero Nominations

Nancy

Grimsby Apartments, Grimsby

“Nancy is a compassionate Personnal Support Worker whom every day goes out to help fellow residents in our community who are unable to do for themselves. Her kindness can be seen and felt in everything she does because she cares for others in the way she would want for herself. She’s truly an inspiration.”

Nominated by Eliesabeth

Ryan

Auburn Park, London

“Ryan is a mobile security guard that works over night all over the city of London. He is a front line worker that doesn’t always get a lot of recognition for the work he does! He keeps many people safe. During this Covid-19 pandemic he is working even harder with more risk being in contact with so many people. He’s definitely a hero in my books!”

Nominated by Lacey

Lydia

Parc Kildare, Montreal

“My wife is a Zumba Instructor, she continues teaching free Zumba via Zoom. This is her ways how she can help her local community to stay fit during pandemic.”

Nominated by Nonie

Amanda

25 Kappele Circle, Stratford

“I’d like to nominate my girlfriend Amanda. Despite everything going on, she continues to work both of her jobs at New Orleans Pizza and the Anne Hathaway Retirement home. Sometimes working both jobs in the same day. She has done everything possible to make sure our kids never have to go without, and she always has a positive attitude. ”

Nominated by Dustin

Viviana

Le Mistral, Montreal

“Viviana is a nurse, she’s out there fighting for us without complain and she deserves all recognition, and definitely some vacations! A true Hero.”

Nominated by Christian

Stephanie

718 Lawrence Road, Hamilton

“I would like to nominate Stephanie Jamieson, she is a front line worker. She’s tired and exhausted but still goes to her long-term care home (LTC) everyday to take care of her residents to make sure they’re ok and safe throughout all this covid. Her LTC facility had NO cases of covid so that means she and her colleagues are doing an amazing job at keeping their residents and themselves safe as well as her family … very proud of her. ❤”

Nominated by Paige

Shehzadi

Place Kingsley, Montreal

“I’d like to nominate Shehzadi (or Shez) for her sacrifice and her service. She has been working full time at a retirement home and has been tending to all the senior residents’ needs. Whether it’s feeding them, helping them stay clean or giving them proper medication, she has been at their beck and call making sure they are as comfortable as possible during this difficult time, especially since their family members cannot visit. Shez comes home exhausted but feels fulfilled. She says the work is tough but rewarding. She’s a true hero.”

Nominated by Alina

Paul

5220 Lakeshore Road, Burlington

“My husband Paul works in maintenance in a local retirement residence. I have always thought such work has been undervalued. He is now an essential worker but I have always thought he was. The elderly that reside in this home and all the others would be made so much more vulnerable without workers like Paul. He has beat cancer twice and is working at keeping it at bay yet he goes in every night never gripes or complains and even manages to give me a smile whenever I need one. God bless Paul and all the CLV heroes!”

Nominated by Rita

Gabrielle

214 Metcalfe Street, Ottawa

“I would like to nominate Gabrielle. She is an intensive care unit nurse who focuses on the well-being of her patients and their families! She is a full-time graduate student and a part-time nurse. However, she is currently also working full-time to help the community during the pandemic!”

Nominated by Alexandre

Wendy

The Lakeshore Club, Burlington

“Wendy and daughter Ella made protective masks for residents, friends and community organizations.1st Class and lots of effort.”

Nominated by Tony

Sakshi

Elmridge Gardens, Ottawa

“She is deparment manager at Gloucester Walmart. She never had to go to Walmart and work during Covid. But she selflessly went there to help out people and keep operations running, so that Gloucester Walmart runs good. Many times, people called in due to Covid scare, yet she was always there.
She is my wife and i am proud of her.”

Nominated by Sid

Rick

Parc Kildare, Montreal

“I want to nominate my husband Rick. Even before the lockdown commenced, he has been there helping all the elderly tenants in our building, making sure they are safe, checking on them and making sure that there is anything they need. We live in a building that has elderly tenants with lots of needs, because they do not have anyone to help them with certain things. From fixing things for them, groceries, and also making sure their mental health is cared for by the proper people. He goes out of his way to make sure they are okay. Just an example there is a lady on our floor who wanders late at night outside and locks herself out of the building and he makes sure that she gets back into the building and escorts her back to her apartment safely!! He is definitely a selfless person.”

Nominated by Colleen

Ruth

10 Ben Lomond, Hamilton

“I have such gratitude towards Ruth. Not only is she a wonderful neighbor… she always makes sure to check if I am in need of anything. Ruth also made me 2 beautifully sewn masks as well.

It is extremely difficult to get around when you suffer with physical disabilities. Ruth has gone to the store for me… went to the bank for me as well and she is also a volunteer at the Juravinski Cancer Center.

I have nothing but high praise for this extraordinary woman, who is so nonchalant about her warmth, caring and giving. It is a virtue that I hold very close to my heart. I wish that I had those same virtues in me so that I could do the same for others as Ruth does so selflessly. Physical disabilities hinder that endeavor for me now.

So I nominate Ruth as she is extremely deserving of this.”

Nominated by Joanne

Lori and Blaine

775 Concession, Hamilton

“Lori and Blaine are my neighbors above me I talk to them regularly. I have lived at 775 concession for 4 years now. They have always been very nice to me by holding the building door open and calming my dog down when things like fire alarms going off or when he gets upset due to his separation anxiety. Blane works hard every day at the juravinski hospital and taking the risk of covid 19. They made me feel welcome when I moved here, they have been very polite to any of my guests. They have many friends in the neighbourhood and they have lived here for 12 years. I believe they should be recognized in these times for their ongoing friendly caring attitude and hardwork at the hospital.”

Nominated by Craig

Kathy

10 & 14 Reid, Mississauga

“Kathy is recovering from a broken neck and since has been off work. When the Covid started, she begun making masks for all at the 2 buidings, free of charge, and I personally have been donating latex gloves for your staff since they ran low on them.”

Nominated by Doug

Loraine

Hamilton Landing, Trenton

“Loraine works at the Trenton South ONroute. She works everyday she is scheduled, for minimum wage. She is a cleaner at the ONroute, she cleans inside and outside. The job is heavy and long days. She, like me, loves what she does and is good at it. Like all cleaners, we are the least respected and have terrible jobs to do… but if you love it, it makes it all worth it.”

Nominated by Karen

Max

Forest Ridge, Ottawa

“I don’t know him personally, but he posted on the Bulletin Board of the Resident Portal offering to bring groceries for anyone who needs it since he works at Farm Boy. He mentioned he would be bussing and couldn’t carry much but was still willing to help. Very kind and generous of a neighbour to offer that, I feel like that deserved some recognition.”

Nominated by Hana

Pierre

Auburn Park, London

“Pierre works as a paramedic to help those in the community ❤️”

Nominated by Kimberly

Lisa

Grimsby Apartments

“Lisa’s mother has made cloth masks and Lisa distributes them to/for myself being an essential worker in home care, as well as other persons in the community. Great help.”

Nominated by Nancy

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Resident Heroes

Resident Heroes

Nominations are now closed. Thank you for all you incredible nominations!

A chance to highlight a selfless neighbour!

Do you know a fellow resident going above and beyond to help the community in these challenging times? Give them the chance to get the recognition they deserve!

Over the past several weeks, we’ve been inspired by the many acts of kindness that we’ve seen in our communities across Ontario and Quebec. We want to highlight the caring, generosity and selflessness of our amazing residents!

Tell us how one of your neighbours is helping the community through their actions or essential work and they may get featured as one of our Resident Heroes and receive the recognition and the care they deserve!

Who can I nominate?

Nominations are now closed. Thanks to all who participated!

You can nominate any CLV Group/InterRent REIT resident who you believe should be recognized for helping the community in the current COVID-19 situation. Recognition could be given for lending a hand to another resident, sewing protective masks for others, teaching an online class, being an essential worker and so on.

Note: Nominated heroes will be contacted before the publishing of their stories to confirm permission.

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