Oct 29, 2021

By Bob Komsic

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A memorial service to celebrate the life of former premier Bill Davis will be held at Roy Thomson Hall next Thursday at 11.
A limited number of seats will be reserved for the public to attend and join family, friends and dignitaries.
If you’d care to attend, you can register now to reserve a seat through Roy Thomson Hall.
The service will follow current COVID health and safety measures, including vaccination requirements.
For those not able to attend, the memorial will be livestreamed on the Ontario government YouTube channel.
Ontarians are also invited to share their messages of sympathy in the online book of condolences.
”Premier Davis was a giant of Ontario politics and his legacy is felt by both his loved ones and the people of Ontario,” said Premier Doug Ford in a statement.
”During his 14 years serving as Premier of Ontario, Bill Davis made a remarkable impact on the province and in the lives of those he worked with and mentored.”
Davis, who died in August at the age of 92, was premier from 1971 to 1985.
He’s credited with creating the community college system, the first Ministry of Environment and the provincial public broadcaster, TVO.
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