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An excerpt from the Hamilton Spectator – “The Ippolito Foundation 2012 Golf Tournament” – June, 22, 2012 McDermott House Canada and The Mark Preece Family House were the big winners…Read more

Musicians Lend Voices to Hospice Care

An excerpt from the Hamilton Spectator as it appeared – “Songs In the Key of Giving: Musicians lend voices to hospice care” – June 21, 2012 Musicians Lend Voices to…Read more

Ippolito Foundation Golf Tournament

The 3rd annual Ippolito Foundation Golf Tournament held at Copetown Woods Golf Club in June 2013 was an enormous success! All proceeds from the event will directly benefit McDermott House Canada, as well…Read more

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An excerpt from the Oakville Beaver – A fan shows his respect by Tom Douglas, Oakville – June 7, 2012

I was not at all surprised that internationally-renowned Canadian tenor John McDermott showed up to sing Amazing Grace at a memorial service in Oakville last week for Glen Wideman. A McDermott fan for years, I finally met the man just before his performance at the Oakville…

Oakville Beaver

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An excerpt from the Toronto Sun – “Warmington: so much to love in Toronto” by Joe Warmington – November 12, 2011

There were some great moments on Remembrance Day – including a special one held in the Veterans Centre at Sunnybrook where among those on hand to remember were WWII Veteran (remove ‘is’)John Slater, Shaun Francis and Michael Burns of True Patriot Love, John McDermott of McDermott House Canada, General (ret’d) Rick Hillier (Honorary Chair of McDermott House Canada and True Patriot Love), and former Sun Media Executive Vice President Trudy Eagan, Chair of the Board of McDermott House Canada (www.McDermotthousecanada.org).

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Bringing Buddy Home

CBC creates touching video around John McDermott's song "Bringing Buddy Home": Canadian Irish Tenor, John McDermott wrote the music and lyrics to "Bringing Buddy Home" dedicated to Canadian soldiers in Afghanistan and their families.…Read more

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An excerpt from the National Post – Arts and Life Section – October 20, 2011

THERE ARE VOICES AND THEN THERE IS JOHN ‘GENEROSITY’ McDERMOTT’S VOICE DIARY

Prima Ballerina ballerina /filmmaker Veronica Tennant is producing and directing Vive la Danse 25, a fundraising event for the Dancer Transition Resource Centre.
The National Ballet is contributing stars but this is one crazy week of juggling. Guillaume Cote, who just got back from Moscow, will do a solo from Kings of the Dance and Heather Ogden just got the call to dance in New York City this weekend for her first time. Both are now re-immersed in Alexei Ratmansky’s new Romeo and Juliet as are the luminous Greta Hodgkinson and Aleks Antonijevic. Donna Feore is coming in from Stratford to create a Fred and Ginger version of Change Partners for them, to be sung by John McDermott. There are voices and then there are voices! Day One, John jumped on board for us. I owe him! John’s passion project is McDermott House Canada, a charitable organization committed to setting the standard for premier-end-of-life care in Canada for Veterans, Military, First Responders and community patients. Check out 
www.mcdermotthousecanada.org to learn more about this wonderful undertaking and worthwhile cause.

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