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Your Generosity Gave So Much To Local Families This Holiday Season

Giving Tuesday marks the beginning of the holiday season, and as in past years, the idea of brightening the holidays for kids and families in our community was paramount. Thanks to the generosity of our supporters and our partnerships with Toys “R” Us Canada and Ma Mawi Chi Itata Centre, Indigenous families in our community experienced the joy of opening presents together on Christmas morning.

New Research To Improve Care For Older Adults Living With Mental Health Concerns

Mood disorders such as anxiety and depression are very common, with an estimated 23 per cent of Manitobans being affected according to a report from the Manitoba Centre for Health Policy. The majority of people with diagnosable mental health disorders do not seek treatment, with older adults being especially unlikely to seek treatment.

Staff Reflections - Bev Fredborg

If you had told me three years ago if I would be working in Winnipeg as a clinical psychology resident during a global pandemic, I’m not sure which part I would have been most surprised by.

Staff Reflections - Dr. Jacquelyn Dirks

I have been so proud at the challenges the Victoria Hospital has overcome these last two years. Despite massive disruptions, interruptions and outbreaks I have watched staff do their utmost to provide excellent care.

Staff Reflections - Ian Carganillo

What could be worse during this pandemic than to see COVID-19 hit those closest to your heart? Last September, my parents got infected with COVID-19 even though they were fully vaccinated back in the Philippines. My dad recovered, but my mom, unfortunately, did not.