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Feeding Independent Living™

In 1965, the Home Welfare Association made a commitment to deliver nutritious meals to senior citizens in the Winnipeg area. Today Meals on Wheels champions that commitment, delivering between 600-800 meals, Monday to Friday to Winnipeg’s homebound citizens.

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Protect Yourself from Influenza

Protect yourself from influenza this winter. The Winnipeg Health Region is offering free flu shots at locations across the city from October 22-25, 2014. For more information, visit the WRHA website or call 204-956-SHOT (7468).  

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NEW Health Canada Tips For Seniors To Maintain A Healthy Home

Health Canada has issued a new guide: IS YOUR HOME HEALTHY? Easy Steps to Maintaining a Healthy Home, Environmental Health Guide for Seniors at Home You can view the guide here or visit the Health Canada Website for this and other useful guides http://www.hc-sc.gc.ca/ : Is Your Home Healthy? Here are some additional links for other available […]

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Client Stories: Harold

Harold lives in a quiet little north end neighbourhood, where all the neighbours keep their grass cut and their driveways shovelled. However, cutting the grass is a job that can take a few days now depending on the heat and how his knees are holding up. Harold’s not a big fan of the heat. He […]

Testimonials
Volunteers are the bright spots

“I was just in Winnipeg for five days because my mother needed help, and I had the privilege of meeting three of your volunteers. They are exceptional people. In the COLD weather it is especially appreciated and essential. They are bright spots in the world! Just wanted to say thank you and keep up the good work!”

Hello? Is this Meals on Wheels?

“Oh good. I just have to tell you I love your soup! I LOVE your soup! I’ve been married 68 years. We came to Canada 56 years ago. Such a wonderful country. You volunteers are like medication to me, you make me feel better. Only in Canada you know.”

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