From the Desk of Jean R. Piché I first joined HFH in March 2001. I will never forget how warmly I was welcomed by the staff and the community we serve. I knew then that HFH was an amazing place. I sensed a sacredness and a true ‘family’ spirit. In fact, I remember saying in those early days that one could feel that special spirit in every corner of the Home. It could be seen in the day-to-day interactions among all staff, and in their collective desire to provide loving care to our residents. It could also be seen in [...]
Every year, a significant number of staff members are recognized for their long service and dedication to the Sisters’ Mission. Their contribution to the enduring spirit of Holy Family Home becomes part of our legacy of compassionate and loving care and service.
The Sisters Servants of Mary Immaculate, the Holy Family Home Board and administration wish to announce the retirement of the long-time facility’s CEO, Mr. Jean Piché and at the same time express appreciation and gratitude for the 20 years of dedicated service to the Holy Family Home.
Government Also Accepting Proposals for Safety and Capital Upgrades: Friesen The Manitoba government is working to develop outdoor, all-season shelters that will be located near personal care homes and be suitable for residents to safely visit with loved ones, Health, Seniors and Active Living Minister Cameron Friesen announced today. “Allowing personal care home residents to safely maintain the connections they have with their families and friends during the COVID-19 pandemic is central to their ongoing health and well-being,” said Friesen. “We are planning ahead by moving forward with the development of all-season shelters, ensuring those needed and valuable visits can [...]
COVID-19 BULLETIN #115 Public health officials advise two new cases were identified over the weekend and one new case of COVID-19 was identified as of 9:30 a.m. today. This brings the total number of lab-confirmed positive and probable positive cases in Manitoba to 314. The data also shows: • no individuals in hospital or intensive care, • 14 active cases and 293 individuals who have recovered from COVID-19, and • the number of deaths due to COVID-19 remains at seven. As of yesterday, an additional 1,951 laboratory tests were performed between June 19 and June 21 (Friday – 733, Saturday [...]
PROVINCE RELEASES FINAL PLAN FOR THIRD PHASE OF RESTORING SERVICES SAFELY - - - Efforts of ‘Team Manitoba’ Enable Further Reopening of Businesses, Communities on June 21: Pallister **Following feedback from the public, the Manitoba government is releasing its plan to further ease public health restrictions and continue safely restoring services, effective June 21, Premier Brian Pallister announced today. “Thanks to the efforts of all Manitobans and based on advice from our public health officials, I pleased to announce that we are in a position to move forward once again in our phased approach of restarting our economy,” said Pallister. [...]