Funeral home contributes

“Shawna and I think it is important to maintain the services we have in our Canora Hospital and that’s why we are making this donation. It’s important to support our communities and make sure the services we need are here,” said Shannon Leson.

“We are very pleased to receive this donation, and are so glad that businesses like Leson’s understand how important it is we all work together to make sure we keep the services we have in rural Saskatchewan.

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The new hematology analyzer we are buying for the Canora Hospital will be used by hundreds and hundreds of people every year.

We can’t afford to lose these services,” said Ross Fisher, Executive Director of The Health Foundation.

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