Tony-Proudfoot Park

Location of the Tony-Proudfoot Park

Help develop the new Tony -Proudfoot Park

Last year, Pointe-Claire residents took part in a contest to choose a name for the park located at the intersection of Gendron and Des Frênes Avenues in the Greenwich neighbourhood in District 6 – Seigniory.

In 2019, the community is encouraged to make their voice heard once again and help with the planning and development of the future Tony-Proudfoot Park, which will include universally accessible equipment for playgrounds and rest areas for children aged 2 to 12 and walking paths.

Help develop the new Tony -Proudfoot Park

Last year, Pointe-Claire residents took part in a contest to choose a name for the park located at the intersection of Gendron and Des Frênes Avenues in the Greenwich neighbourhood in District 6 – Seigniory.

In 2019, the community is encouraged to make their voice heard once again and help with the planning and development of the future Tony-Proudfoot Park, which will include universally accessible equipment for playgrounds and rest areas for children aged 2 to 12 and walking paths.

  • About Tony Proudfoot

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    Montréal Alouettes

    Born in Winnipeg, Tony Proudfoot moved to Pointe-Claire as a child and graduated from John Rennie High School in 1966. He went on to play for the Montréal Alouettes and the BC Lions in the Canadian Football League (CFL). He won the Grey Cup with the Alouettes in 1974 and 1977. He was also involved in the community as a journalist, teacher, and coach. After he was diagnosed with amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS) in 2007, he created the Tony Proudfood Fund to improve the living conditions of people with the disease and to provide support for medical research. He died in 2010 at the age of 61. Tony-Proudfoot Park will pay tribute to the life, career, determination, dedication, generosity, and community involvement of this outstanding citizen.

    Montréal Alouettes

    Born in Winnipeg, Tony Proudfoot moved to Pointe-Claire as a child and graduated from John Rennie High School in 1966. He went on to play for the Montréal Alouettes and the BC Lions in the Canadian Football League (CFL). He won the Grey Cup with the Alouettes in 1974 and 1977. He was also involved in the community as a journalist, teacher, and coach. After he was diagnosed with amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS) in 2007, he created the Tony Proudfood Fund to improve the living conditions of people with the disease and to provide support for medical research. He died in 2010 at the age of 61. Tony-Proudfoot Park will pay tribute to the life, career, determination, dedication, generosity, and community involvement of this outstanding citizen.