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Health & Wellness

Family Health Team helping to better suit patients’ needs

Nearly a year after the formation of the Fort Frances Community Clinic, programming under the Family Health Team here is growing to help better suit local residents’ health care needs.

This was the message town council got Monday night during a presentation by John McTaggart, chair of the Fort Frances Community Clinic Inc. board, and clinic administrator Marlis Bruyere.

District baby girl in need

FORT FRANCES—Kenna Sinninghe is an eight-and-a half month old baby girl from Rainy River who is facing an uphill battle.

She was born with a cleft lip and palate, a diaphragmatic hernia, and a serious heart condition. She only weighs about 14 pounds and presently is relying on a feeding tube for her nourishment.

Daffodils save lives—buy a bunch

When you buy a bunch of daffodils, you’re helping the Canadian Cancer Society fund important research that will help more Canadians survive cancer.

Fort Frances Beta Sigma Phi members once again are proud to support these efforts to fight cancer. At the same time, it gives us all a chance to work together to defeat this disease.