LAKE VIEW HOME!! $217,500
3 bed - 3 bath
132 POPLAR CRESCENT, MD OF BONNYVILLE
MLS # E4054835
Buy for the VALUE; Stay for the VIEW! This 1216 sq ft manufactured home has 3 bedrooms, 3 bathrooms, and is situated on an oversized lot with amazing views of Moose Lake. Features of this property include laminate flooring, skylight in kitchen, garden doors off dining room, wood stove, jacuzzi tub in ensuite, spacious living room, and plenty of windows letting in natural light and allowing for the spectacular views of the lake from many vantage points. A large deck with aluminum railing, single garage, partially developed basement with 3-pc bathroom and additional rooms suitable for a variety of purposes, and a large yard with plenty of open space for kids, toys, and more, complete this package. Wake up to the peace & tranquility of the morning lake view and relax in the evening courtesy of a Moose Lake sunset.
Schedule a viewing with Panache Realty today 780-826-7675
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"Amid chronic failure of health-care systems serving First Nations, senior bureaucrats are now referring to them as "broken." This is a national tragedy — many First Nations lack access to even the most basic health services.
Billions are allocated annually for Indigenous health, with this federal budget adding $800 million over the next five years. Where does this money go? Why does it not have greater impact? Is the system really broken or is there another explanation?
In the Indigenous Health Alliance — a process that supports First Nations communities in fully exercising their inherent and Treaty Rights to health by returning accountability to, resource allocation towards and responsibility for implementation back to individual First Nations — the term "side-conversations" is used to describe the current system of Health Canada decision-making.
Side-conversations exclude core stakeholders in decision-making processes to establish priorities, solutions and spending that is "side-conversation-centred" versus community and patient-centred.
When priorities of government, researchers and consultants replace community priorities, First Nations become dependent on these groups to implement solutions. When First Nations push for our own priorities with workable solutions we have great difficulty getting them properly resourced, if ever.
Canadians have a misconception that all federally-committed funding goes directly to First Nations.
Funding is instead sent to federal government departments, where it is retained until a spending strategy is decided. There is input, but final decisions are made by Health Canada behind closed doors..." #firstnations#canada150#health#healthcanada#governmentofcanada#britishcolumbia#vancouver#vancity#alberta#edmonton#saskatchewan#saskatoon#ontario#toronto#halifax#stjohns#humanrights#wellbeing#decolonize#culture#medicinalplants#awareness
you got to love the Canadians, @shaw is currently down and it seems a nationwide issue and yet nobody swear or said any bad words on the forum and some found reason to have fun. that's kindness and patience right there. 👍 #gocanadians#calgary#alberta#iloveithere 🇨🇦
Lining up all my horses (plus bandit) for farrier today made me realize for the first time how big my herd is now. Everyone stood so patiently to wait for their turn - Tango even stood for over an hour without moving! Anyone who knew her a year ago knows how big a deal that is, considering she used to have a habit of flipping herself over the fence. So proud of my babies. 😍
We're launching a new program called Kid Hero of the Month that recognizes young athletes! In partnership with Kidsport and Comrie's Sports Equipment Bank, each Kid Hero will receive a medal a gift card and more. If you know a young and deserving athlete, nominate them today! #WAGKidHero
Did you know this fact? Its actually a fact for most women, however we're finding it more troublesome with teens, especially teens with small ribcages.
In conventional mall or department stores the smallest band size you can find is a 32, and even that is hard to find. Many styles are available in 34 bands and up. If you take a moment to measure your teens ribcage, you might be surprised to learn that she is closer to a 30 or even 28 size band. If she is shopping for a 34 band size, she is 4 or even 6 inches bigger around the ribcage than she needs! This means there is ZERO support in this bra.
Its very common for us to hear "I'm a 36B or C" - and when we find out she actually measures 3 inches around the ribcage, it also means we need to go bigger in the cup. We have moved many teens from B or C cups into E or F cups, with a tighter more secure band. Think your teen isnt getting the support she needs? That band size might have everything to do with it.
Bring her in for an age appropriate, discreet an comfortable bra shopping experience with our team of professionals. We are Mom's. We want your girl to feel confident and secure and happy with her body, just like you do. And we know at that age, so many changes can take place, so we want to make it happen at a great price for you.