A new breast probe, donated to the Boundary Trails Health Centre, will make surgeries less invasive, and prevent an extra trip to Winnipeg for southern Manitoba residents dealing with breast cancer. The Boundary Trails Health Centre Foundation gave the $69,000 probe to fulfill a local request.
How do you start a grassroots mental health movement and make a real difference in a small community?
All of us at some point in our lives have experienced loneliness. For some it’s temporary, perhaps triggered by particular events or transitions, while for others, it seems to be a permanent fact of life. So is modern life making us lonely? Loneliness does not necessarily mean the same as being alone.
When Dora Wiebe was diagnosed with ALS in April 2013 her family including nine children, 17 gra...