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One in ten Canadians suffer from depression at some time, including after heart attack or stroke. Help to inform health research by being a part of the creation of 10 top priorities for depression research. Complete the Alberta Strategy for Patient-Oriented Research (SPOR) SUPPORT Unit Patient Engagement Platform survey by October 3, 2016. Learn more and complete the survey now.

For more information, contact the Calgary Office

Treeline RecordingsTaking it to Heart, the vinyl edition
Calgary's newest record label, Treeline Recordings, will release its first album, Taking it to Heart Volume 1, on September 30, 2016. The album features new or unreleased music from some of Canada's best known artists. 100% of net proceeds from the sale of the album, both on vinyl and digitally, will be donated to the Heart & Stroke Foundation. Order yours today!

Plus SAVE THE DATE for the benefit concert on October 7 at Broken City in Calgary.
SAVK is headlining, with Astral Swans, Melted Mirror and Micah Visser.
100% of proceeds from ticket sales will also be donated to the Heart & Stroke Foundation.
Tickets are on sale in advance for $10 online at Ticketfly and at Sloth Records,
736b 17th Avenue SW, or for $12.00 at the door.



For more information contact the Edmonton Office 

1st Annual CPR/AED Orientation Campaign

Please join the Dansereau/Smith Family along with the Heart & Stroke Foundation at a CPR/AED orientation campaign dedicated to teach the public the steps of CPR as well as how to operate an AED.

Lunch provided by Pink Taffeta Catering

Location: Leduc , Alberta, City Hall , William F. Lede Rooms
Time: Saturday, October 15, 2016
1 hr. sessions start: 11:00am until 3:30pm

Book your session here:

For more information, contact the Grande Prairie Office

For more information contact the Red Deer Office


For more information contact the Southern Alberta Office

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