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September 17, 2019

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Fragrance Free Environment - Policy 

“All staff, patients, and visitors shall:  Refrain from wearing cologne, perfume, scented personal care products such as body lotions, sprays, and powders, scented deodorant and hair care products, and aftershave lotions; avoid bringing in scented flowers.  Scented plants will be removed from the property. Refrain from bringing scented air fresheners or personal scented hand lotions from home."


Smoke Free - January 1, 2018


Did you know it's the LAW Smoke Free Ontario Act - Effective January 1, 2018 (click on link) to obtain additional information.     


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News


Premier Wynne announces Local Health Hub in Manitouwadge.

Please Click Here for a PDF copy of the press release regarding the recent announcement  from Premier Wynne on recent news involving Manitouwadge.                                                                                                                         


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Manitouwadge Family Health Team

Cache for Life

A healthy lifestyle event organized by Manitouwadge Family Health Team in partnership with Santé Manitouwadge Health and Thunder Bay District Health Unit. Geocaching is an excellent way to get active and stay in shape, and this 24 hour bike or walk challenge is a great way to get started! Teams of two or three, as well as families, may register with the Family Health Team by Friday September 21. Come out for a weekend of active geocaching fun!


Geocaching is a worldwide treasure hunt played using a GPS receiver. Over 1.8 million geocaches, placed by other players, exist on all seven continents. Geocaches contain a minimum of a logbook, but many also contain “treasures” that players may swap for gifts of their own. However, what keeps geocachers coming back is the thrill of the hunt. The only necessary equipment for geocaching is a GPS receiver or GPS-enabled mobile device. Each geocache has posted coordinates and important information available on the official website:www.geocaching.com. Information includes terrain, difficulty, hints, and any other necessary knowledge needed to find the cache. Hard copies of this information will be available, for the contest caches, at check Friday September 28th.

Beginning at 3:30 PM on Friday September 28, check in will take place at Manitouwadge Family Health Team. Registration will take place, and all rules and instructions will be reviewed. Then, at 5:00 PM, the challenge will officially begin and for 24 hours, teams will have the opportunity to seek as many caches as possible. Hidden by Manitouwadge Family Health Team, all geocaches are within 3 kilometres of the listed coordinates. Each find is worth one point, and each first to find is worth a bonus half point! First to find prizes will also be randomly placed in some caches! Teams will stop searching at 5:00 PM on Saturday, and a wind up social will take place at 7:00 outside the hospital cafeteria. Refreshments and food will be served, and winners will be announced. Prizes will be awarded to the first place team and by random draw. Anyone is welcome to attend, please register by September 21, 2012 by contacting the Family Health Team at 826-3174.

For more information visit www.geocaching.com or contact the Manitouwadge Family Health Team. 



Additional Dates

Wednesday, September 19 


 MFHT will have a table at Common Registration Night, and we will be available to answer any questions about geocaching, the event, or for support with your GPS device.


Wednesday, September 26


A workshop for help with use of GPS devices and the geocaching website will be held at 6:30 p.m. in the Judith C. Harris Boardroom.


Friday, September 28 


 Assistance will be available at the beginning of the event from 3:30 p.m. to 8:00 p.m.


A list of the hidden caches will be available for viewing beginning Wednesday September 26th.


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