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As of March 31, 2019 reporting, our National Debt was 685 billion ($685,000,000,000) dollars. We will not see the March 31, 2020 balance sheets for some time. Estimates from the Government put it somewhere just over 700 billion. ($700,000,000,000)
With spring finally making its appearance we can now enjoy the beautiful sunshine. Although necessary restrictions are still in place, we can maintain physical distancing and still get outside and enjoy the beautiful weather on a patio, or enjoy a nice walk. […]
A lot of us have had to make the necessary move to start working from home. Working from home has some advantages. We can see our pets, kids, and partners whenever we like. We do not have to pack lunches and we don’t have to fight rush hour traffic to get to or from the office. We can even wear comfy sweatpants on the bottom and business casual attire on top!
Volunteers are the heartbeat of any community, and they all make a difference. This year National Volunteer Week (NVW) runs from 19-25 April, and the theme is: “It’s Time To Applaud Canada’s volunteers!” marking a celebration of the commitment, dedication and selflessness of volunteerism. […]
Our clinical team at Morinville Physical Therapy made the decision to stop offering in-clinic treatments to patients on March 17, 2020. Given the escalating cases of COVID-19, we felt it was the responsible thing to do to keep our patients and community safe. […]
We continue to be committed to improving our skills over at Morinville Physical Therapy in order to better serve our patients. Dana Vinge has just completed a certification in nutrition coaching and is eager to begin helping interested individuals with their nutrition and health goals. […]
There are many types of urinary incontinence, the main ones being: stress, urgency and mixed. People suffering with stress incontinence will describe their symptoms as a loss of urine after an increase in intra-abdominal pressure such as coughing, sneezing, laughing, lifting, and exercise. […]
If you celebrate Christmas, you should feel comfortable saying Season’s Greetings.
If you got this far without immediately jumping to the comment section in outrage, stick with me. You’ll understand why. […]
Our government is proud to deliver its much-anticipated Budget 2019 – A plan for jobs and the economy. This is a balanced plan to create jobs, grow the economy, and protect vital services. Budget 2019 was built upon the mandate that a record one million Albertans voted for in the last election. […]
The first duty of government is to protect the safety of law-abiding Albertans. After the NDP sat on their hands for four years as crime rates skyrocketed in many rural communities, Albertans gave the United Conservative Party a historic mandate to keep Albertans safe, secure and protected. […]
(NC) Older adults experience higher rates of chronic pain and disease than the general population and are therefore routinely prescribed opioids to deal with pain associated with conditions such as arthritis and cancer. This may help explain why they have a higher rate of hospitalizations due to opioid poisoning than any other age group, according to a recent report. […]