Friday, January 10, 2014

Handy Links, Especially for Winnipeggers

Winnipeg 311 / City Services links

My Right Care for all medical questions!

Global NewsCTV News and CBC News

What you can recycle

Hot Zones for deer and motorist collisions

The Canadian Mental Health Association

First Fridays in the Exchange

If you or someone you know needs help, please contact the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline now at
1-800-273-TALK (8255).

If you live in Manitoba:
Crisis stabilization unit
Klinic 24 hour suicide crisis line
Manitoba suicide line


Please check these Safety Reminders

The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration's National Weather Service

Highway conditions for: Manitoba……... Saskatchewan
Ontario………... North Dakota……………….Minnesota

Safe Schools Manitoba tells you how to Stop Bullying. Other problems?
Check out Kids Help Phone and If you need help stopping online abuse

Help animals through The Animal Rescue Site. It's FREE!
D'Arcy's Arc is a Winnipeg no-kill animal shelter.
Check happenings at The Winnipeg Humane Society

Visit Shelmerdine for expert gardening advice.

Sage Garden Herbs has an on-line store.

It's Showtime!!!!
Manitoba Food Events
Fresh Manitoba Produce
Manitoba Farmers' Market
Manitoba Food Processors Links
Christmas / Holiday Favorites

Heard about a food recall?
Visit Canadian Food Inspection Agency

Speak to a dietician to eat better.
Nutrition A - Z
Food sources for vitamins
Canada's Food Guide
Check out these Safety Reminders.

One of the first rules for getting fresh vegetables at their best quality - and cheapest price - is to buy them in season.  These are the dates for fresh produce in the midwest area of North America.  Buying Fresh Produce in Season.
If you live further south, or on the east or west coast, you have a longer season. Here's the produce grouped by when they're in season.
Menus Planning with Fresh Produce

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