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What is Mental Health?January 11, 2021operationheartheal

Mental Health is being talked about more now than ever.  With the fact that 1 in 5 people will struggle with their mental health each year. It’s a good thing that mental health is finding its way to the spotlight. This statistic isn’t to say the same 1 in 5 people will always represent this […]

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Allergies or Covid?
COVID-19 or Allergies?September 1, 2020operationheartheal

As summer ends and fall begins, so does a new wave of allergy season. COVID-19 cases have also been on the rise again. With so much going around, it can leave us with a big question. How do I know if I have symptoms of COVID or just allergies? Seasonal allergies and Coronavirus share many […]

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Why every building needs an AEDJuly 13, 2020operationheartheal

SCA can happen to anyone, any age, and anywhere. This is why every building should have an AED. Sudden cardiac arrest (SCA) affects 1 Canadian every 12 minutes, or about 40 000 people a year. SCA happens when there is an electrical issue with the heart. The heartbeat will stop or be quivering. Cardiac arrest […]

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Keeping Up To Date with Covid-19July 5, 2020operationheartheal

With temperatures rising, restrictions have been changing to allow for more shops to open up and restaurants to have higher capacities. We are all ready to embrace a healthy life this summer. Many people have started to dismiss advisories that request people wear masks and continue to maintain a distance, while many are concerned that […]

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Protect Your Mental Health This COVID-19 SeasonMarch 31, 2020operationheartheal

This season we are all being asked to practice not only social distancing but to take self-isolation and quarantine measures. Being asked to stay indoors and not go about our regular routines for weeks at a time can have negative impacts on your physical and mental health if you don’t take care of different aspects […]

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COVID-19 Social Distancing & Cabin Fever
Going The Social DistanceMarch 25, 2020operationheartheal

Canada has seen a steady incline of positive coronavirus cases. Manitoba is for now on the lower amount of confirmed cases with only 35, whereas Quebec is now over 1300. Provinces and other nations are already in a state of emergency. Most areas are now limiting gathers to 5 or less.   However, there are some […]

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Make Heart-Healthy Living Your 2020 ResolutionJanuary 2, 2020operationheartheal

Start your new year off right! Give your heart a healthy start this year. Check out our quick guide on how to start living healthier for your heart! Check out these heart-healthy tips to start keeping good care of your heart and overall health!  Start getting enough sleep. Sleep is vital for good health and […]

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Hypothermia
HypothermiaDecember 18, 2019operationheartheal

Hypothermia is a medical emergency that happens when your body loses heat faster than it can produce it. This causes a dangerously low body temperature, which can cause severe damage. The average body temperature is around 37 C (98.6 F). Hypothermia is when your body temperature falls below 35 C (95 F). When your body […]

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How To Save A LifeOctober 15, 2019operationheartheal

Bystanders using CPR and an AED save up to 30 000 + lives a year. The use of these things together can very often be the difference in life or death of a cardiac event such as sudden cardiac arrest (SCA). CPR stands for cardiopulmonary resuscitation and is the procedure of performing chest compressions and […]

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Everyday Heroes: The Office Saves a LifeOctober 14, 2019operationheartheal

In this segment of Everyday Heroes, a brave individual saves a woman in a moving vehicle using CPR that he learned on The Office. Not All Heroes Wear Capes In Everyday Heroes, Operation Heart Heal outlines stories of everyday people saving other everyday people. The amount of lives saved by bystanders using First Aid measures […]

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Welcome To Operation Heart Heal

We are a small company with a big mission!

In our over 10 years of experience working as Fire Paramedic first responders in Manitoba we have seen first hand the need our province has for accessible first aid CPR training and defibrillators. We provide first aid training to rural and northern communities.

The average Canadian is 20 minutes away from their nearest emergency room, in many rural cases this can be well over an hour. Sudden Cardiac Arrest (SCA) affects 1 Canadian every 12 minutes, and each minute that goes by without CPR/AED use, the rate of survival goes down by 10%. This is why Aim For Life has established Operation Heart Heal! Our mission is to provide as many Canadians as Possible with adequate First Aid, CPR & AED training. For every qualifying First Aid CPR/AED class, we donate an AED unit to that business or another organization in the community.