Each day they are putting their own health on the line for us
We can show our support by tying a scarf, ribbon or string around a tree that is in front of your house. You don’t have to go out and buy something, use what you have in your house.
If you don’t have a tree then tie it around something in the front of where you live.
Tying an item around a tree says:
That we are grateful for all your hard work
That we are sending all of you our support and encouragement
And that we believe in you and thank you
A message from Sue Languedoc, CIAFV Chair & Executive Director of Aboriginal Counseling Services Association of Alberta
All of the resources at the Calm App and webpage are free of charge — please share with anyone who might benefit. Calm is a Sleep, Meditation, and Relaxation app.
Edmonton Public Library's Brain Fuse program has tutors available every day from 12:00 - 23:00.
BBC's Muzzy Club is a language learning course for children.
The Provincial Court recently announced scheduling changes for court matters during the pandemic. IMPACT will present on the new changes on March 31.