Vol 2: Get Active

Shut down your computer and fire up your heart!

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CTV Island News Interview

Hudson Mack of CTV covers Haleigh’s Fundraising campaign.

Divers medications accessible from the Web to why to waste time and effort going to drugstore if you can with ease get medicaments sit at home. What factors do patients consider when they decide to get any medicaments? The fact that most famous is Viagra. A lot of families ask about “Cialis 10mg“. What is the most substantial information you have to read about “Cialis 5mg“? Of all the matters in the field of public health that pique our attention most, it\’s ED, particularly “cialis daily“. The symptoms of sexual problems in men include inability to maintain an erection sufficient for sexual functioning. While Viagra is considered safe enough on their own, however, pharmacists say take it in large amounts is undesirable. Keep this remedy out of reach of children. For example the liquid medications usually have to be kept in the refrigerator, but other may be stored at room temperature.

Global TV Interview

Every year, thousands of BC schoolchildren take part in a jump rope campaign to raise money for the Heart and Stroke Foundation. Kylie Stanton spoke with one girl who has a special reason for getting involved.

CHEK News Interview

Tess Van Straaten from CHEK News interviews Haleigh and Cindy.

Heart & Stroke – Hearts & Minds: “Why I Fundraise”

Haleigh was featured in the Heart & Stroke Foundation’s Heart and Minds June 2012 Newsletter Here is an excerpt of the story.

Haleigh Miklic is just 7-years-old, but age doesn’t deter her from having an impact. As Haleigh explains, she is helping to “fix broken hearts.” As an infant, Haleigh herself was diagnosed with a ventricular septal defect and pulmonary stenosis, and successfully underwent open heart surgery to repair her heart. Sadly, her family was soon hit hard again by cardiovascular tragedy when her father suffered a heart attack and died at age 38.

Today, Haleigh is driven to help other families touched by cardiovascular disease, by participating in JUMP Rope for Heart and fundraising for the Heart and Stroke Foundation. She surpassed her goal of $2,000 in 2012, and hopes to raise $3,000 in 2013. “It’s important to other people’s families and it feels good.”

Heart & Minds Newsletter

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