The 6th Calgary Korean Health Fair (Online Event)

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Join us in the 6th Calgary Korean Health Fair! This will be a three-day free online event: Date: October 22, 23 and 24, 2020 Location: http://www.ckhas.ca/ and YouTube CKHF Channel Host: Calgary Korean Health Advocacy Society (CKHAS) The following programs will be delivered in the Korean language: 9 health webinars by health services professionals (live) 3 wellness activity webinars by …

COVID-19 Test by Appointment Only

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Effective Wednesday, October 14, Alberta Health Services (AHS) is transitioning to appointment-only testing and will no longer be offering drop-in testing. With the flu season approaching and continued high demand for COVID-19 tests, this strategy is an effort to provide the most efficient and effective COVID-19 testing experience. If you are feeling unwell, please stay home & complete the COVID-19 …

What to Do with Leftover Turkey

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Canadian Thanksgiving is just around the corner! Roasted turkey is a traditional holiday dish for Thanksgiving. But turkeys are large. One way or another, you are bound to have leftover turkey the second day. What to do with leftover Turkey? Here are some suggestions to turn day-old turkey into delicious new dishes. Click below to view the recipes! Thanksgiving Turkey …

Past Tense: Irregular Verbs

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Last week, we learned a few basic rules to change regular verbs into the past tense. In today’s English Learning Tips for Newcomers, we will tackle irregular verbs. There’s no easy way to learn them. You may need to memorize them one by one! However, in this article, we will try to group them into categories and in the process …

Dental Health Bus for Low-income Children and Youth

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Your Health Card is one of the most important documents you need to get when you land in Alberta as a newcomer. New immigrants can apply for the Alberta Health Care Insurance Plan (AHCIP) at a registry office and receive your Alberta Personal Health Card. The AHCIP provides eligible Alberta residents with full coverage for medically necessary physician services and …