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November 7, 2015: Calgary Sun (Calgary hospital plays host to educational expo on learning about, and living with, congenital heart defects)

February 17, 2015: London Community News (Helping hearts while bringing awareness to London)

June 9, 2014: Toronto Star (Adult Survivors of Childhood Heart Defects Returning to Hospital)

Download Toronto Star June 9 2014.pdf (2.52 MB)

April 2013:

 Chatelaine: Achy Breaky Heart
Download Chatelaine CHD article March 2013.pdf (1.06 MB)

February 20, 2013: The Globe and Mail (Living with Congenital Heart Disease: The High Cost of Survival)

February 16, 2013: London Community News (There’s a Hole in their Hearts)

February 14, 2013: London Community News (Painting the Town Red for Congenital Heart Defect Awareness)

February 14, 2013: The Londoner (City Hall Turns Red)

February 12, 2013: London City Council video (fast forward to 74 minute mark)

Winter 2013: Heart Beats Children’s Society of Calgary (Matthew Moreira)

Download Keeping-the-Beat-Winter-2013-Matthew-Moreira.pdf (821.46 KB)

Winter 2012: Heart Beats Children’s Society of Calgary (Toby Cox)

Download HeartBeatsWinter2012-Toby-Cox.pdf (73.44 KB)

Winter 2012: Heart Beats Children’s Society of Calgary (The Beat Retreat camp for adults with CHD)

Download HeartBeatsWinter2012-Beat-Retreat.pdf (58.29 KB)

Fall 2012: Heart Beats Children’s Society of Calgary (Angela Akerman)

Download NewsletterFall2012-Angela-Akerman.pdf (453.01 KB)

Winter 2011: Heart Beats Children’s Society of Calgary (Brad Johnson)

Download Winter2011_Keeping-the-Beat-Brad-Johnson.pdf (123.67 KB)

Fall 2011: Winter 2012: Heart Beats Children’s Society of Calgary (CCHA)

Download HeartBeatsFall2011-CCHA.pdf (48.75 KB)

Spring/Summer 2011: Heart Beats Children’s Society of Calgary (Shelagh Ross)

Download Heart-Beats-Spring-Summer2011-Shelagh-Ross.pdf (83.22 KB)

 

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Check out how congenital heart disease stacks up against better recognized diseases in Canada! So many affected and so little awareness and funding! Get involved with CCHA, donate, and spread the word about the growing population of of "survivors" so that we can get the care and support we need to live long, healthy lives!

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