Born in Montreal and died in Toronto after a battle with COVID-19. Pauline was the loving mother of Joan, Michael (Erin), Patrick, Dan (Dorothee), and Kathleen. She will be fondly remembered by grandchildren Beth, Quinn, Liam, Brendan, Callan, Keira and Calum. Her passing is deeply felt by sister Jean Harris. One of that generation who simply rolled up their sleeves and got down to it, she carried that attitude throughout her life. How she managed to find time for everything her family threw her way amazes us when we think back now. She was at every school or church function, and spent hours at hockey rinks and alongside playing fields cheering us on. Without electronic reminders and being a committed non-driver - she kept track of everything in her head and went on foot. She was a legendary walker. Our friends were always welcome and our home overflowed with people. (The open door policy was faithfully monitored by the family German Shepherd who knew who was who.) There was always room at her table and even without notice there was always enough to go around. (This also amazes us.) She gave to her Montreal community of Point St. Charles, especially with her support of Leo's Boys Sports Assn. She volunteered for Blood Drives, Bake Sales, and Raffles. She allowed her hallway and parlour to be piled up with boxes of team jackets and uniforms waiting to be picked up, and would later lose use of her dining table and chairs to hold trophies for the annual awards banquet. Her grandchildren were a joy to her and she became a frequent flyer later in life to be with them. She was happiest at Christmas when we all returned home and were together again. She loved to read. No matter how busy things got, she went through books at an astonishing rate. With the onset of dementia, one of the most noticeable things was her sitting down without a book in her hands. She loved to sing which never left her. In the last few years, as a resident of West Park Long Term Care, we were often told by staff that our mom enjoyed every musical activity they put on and that she sang so beautifully and remembered all the words to the old songs. Fittingly, the last song she sang with one of us was "We'll Meet Again." She hit every note and she remembered every word. And yes, Mom, we will. Memorial services will be arranged for when circumstances allow. Donations in her memory can be made to The Children's Wish Foundation.