Helicopter pad plans - Contractor John Desjarlais (left) briefs File Hills Chief Edmund Bellegarde, All Nations’ Healing Hospital’s executive director Gail Boehme  and Fort Qu’Appelle Mayor Gus Lagace on the progress of the helicopter pad now under construction at the hospital. A fundraising campaign has been launched after costs have risen 44 per cent from $500,000 to $718,000.

All Nations’ Healing Hospital All Nations’ Healing Hospital in Fort Qu’Appelle has launched a fundraising drive to replenish its reserves which have been depleted to pay for the helicopter landing pad now nearing completion. Construction and site development in front of the hospital has risen to $718,000, about 44 per cent more than the original […]

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