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Mental Health Support – Counselling Services

Mental Health Support – Counselling Services Mental health is important for everyone. Sometimes we need help in finding new ways to make life easier and remove the stressors in our lives. According to the Canadian Mental Health Association, 1 in 5 Canadians will experience mental health issues in their lifetime. Mental health affects all of…

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Action Required Please! We don’t want to lose you!

Click here to view in ASL. Canada’s Anti-Spam Legislation came into full force on July 1, 2017. The legislation requires us to have accurate consent records for our contact list, and we want to be safe, not sorry. Even though you may have previously provided consent as part of a membership application/renewal, event registration, or…

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Calgary Police Service Vulnerable Persons Registry

The Calgary Police Service has created a database where people can register if they have a physical, mental, or medical condition that means they may require special attention in an emergency.  Now we need you to do your part. If you are a vulnerable person or care for a vulnerable person, then we need you…

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eBook launch of “A Brief History…” compiled by A. Kennedy & S. Cresswell

A brief history of programs, services, and organizations serving the Deaf and hard of hearing in Calgary is now completed. Please join us to celebrate and discuss the book from 5-7 p.m. on Monday, May 25.  There will be a short programme at 5:30 p.m.  Interpreters and captioning will be available.  Light refreshments will also be…

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