Well done, Aylmer!
With notes from Charles Fontaine
Well done, Aylmer! The whole organization managed by city councillors, city employees, residents who have volunteered, Canadian forces - and especially the incredible small local entrepreneurs who took out their equipment to volunteer to help was incredible. Businesses are at the heart of the community. If there has ever been a question about the involvement of business people in the heart of Aylmer, the generosity of those who have donated their time, employees and equipment to help preparedness and relief efforts in response to the floods has proven that they go much further: they come when it counts. Aylmer is truly supported by small business owners who make a difference every day.
The following list comes from residents who thanked businesses for helping in the flood relief effort and is certainly missing plenty of names. The Bulletin aims to run another list next week, so be sure to send thank you notes to the Bulletin for publication.
1st Aylmer Quebec Scouts
Apex Vision Drone Photography
Aylmer Ostéo ND Ostéopathie Naturopathie
Campbell’s Bay Langfords Grocery
Carossier ProColor Aylmwe
Excavation JF Aumont
Gabriels Pizza Aylmer
K2 arts martiaux
Les jardin du souvenir
Le Loft Canin “Hôtel Resort & Spa”
Monsieur Muffler Aylmer
Pontiac Home Bakery
Refuge d’Espoir Chatons Errants OBNL
Robert Erwin Transport
Service de Réparation Aylmer
Swift delivery systems
Tim Hortons Aylmer
Tim Hortons Summer Camp, Quyon
TMC Canada Inc. Cross Canada transport company
Western Québec School Board