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2022 Issues

January 2022 - Reconnect With the Fundamentals

2021 Issues

December 2021 - Stress Less This Holiday Season

November 2021 - Winter Wellness

October 2021 - Hello Fall

September 2021 - Back to School & Lifelong Learning

August 2021- Get More Summer

July 2021 - Let's Get Vaccinated

June 2021 - It's Time to Get Outside

May 2021 - Stay Hopeful, Be Kind

April 2021 - Celebrate Safely

March 2021 - Nutrition Month

February 2021 - Heart Health

January 2021 - Embrace Winter

2020 Issues

December 2020 -Healthy Holidays

November 2020 - Stay Healthy, Stay Safe

October 2020 - Be kind to each other

September 2020 - Fresh Starts

August 2020 - Checking In - Self Care

July 2020 - Staycations & Road Trips

June 2020 - Get Outside!

May 2020 - Thank you to the Helpers

April 2020 - Healthy at Home

March 2020 - More than Food

February 2020 - It's Time for a Heart to Heart

January 2020 - Healthy New Year

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In Manitoba, four of every 10 people are living with a chronic disease.


Chronic diseases last for a long time. They generally can’t be prevented by vaccines or cured by medication and they don’t just disappear. Common chronic diseases are diabetes, cancer, heart disease, stroke, respiratory disease and arthritis.


Chronic disease is the leading cause of death and disability in Canada. It cuts people’s lives short and it introduces disabilities that reduce people’s quality of life.


Chronic disease also demands the lion’s share of health care expenditures. Of all the money spent on addressing illness, chronic disease requires the greatest proportion of expenditure.


Research has proven the link between healthy lifestyles and healthier bodies. The education programs that we offer are geared towards preventing chronic disease before it happens and helping those who are living with chronic disease make choices that can help to slow or prevent the progression of disease. We offer something for everyone! Please see our schedule of classes and events and join us.  The link is above.

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