April 3, 1998 (36th Parliament, 1st Session)


Ivan Grose


Mr. Ivan Grose (Oshawa, Lib.)

Mr. Speaker, I wish to recognize a group of students from my riding who are in Ottawa today. These students are members of O'Neill Collegiate's intermediate chamber choir. Members who saw and heard them yesterday as they performed in the rotunda will acknowledge that they are fine.
O'Neill Collegiate bands and choirs have represented Oshawa and Durham region at music festivals and concerts across Canada and in Europe. One of the reasons for this recognition is the efforts made by their teachers to provide their students with outstanding quality opportunities to work with the best clinicians and hear the finest ensembles on the continent.
I am proud to tell the House that in Oshawa we not only make the finest cars in the world, we also turn out quality people.
We were not sure whether the O'Neill choir could be here because its fame has spread even to Ottawa. They were invited to perform at Gloucester High School.
To the members of this House I present some of the finest young people in this country from Oshawa.

Topic:   Statements By Members
Subtopic:   O'Neill Collegiate Choir
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