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The Medicine River Wildlife Centre is a wildlife hospital and education centre located in Central Alberta, west of Innisfail. The Centre has operated since 1984 and currently treats 2300 wild patients each year, offers in-person and online education programming, responds to 500 wildlife conflict calls annually, and welcomes visitors to its nature trail, playground, and small interpretive centre. In each program, every phone call, and each animal helped, the Centre strives to offer information that will help people make informed decisions resulting in better care of wildlife and the environment.
With respect and admiration, the Medicine River Wildlife Centre has resonated with both Mark Brown and Grant Kelly for over 30 years. Grant has volunteered countless hours of his time with the rescue of wild animals and in the construction of the facilities as the prime contractor. Mark was involved with transporting an injured moose calf to the MRWC back in 1993 and recently introduced his son as a volunteer to the centre.
The MRWC is not government funded and is able to operate through fundraisers and the support of both individual and corporate sponsors. The Kaizen Safety group team dedicate time monthly to this amazing organization, offering expertise from helping develop an emergency response plan to hands on labour building the newly completed wildlife hospital.
For more information, please visit www.mrwc.ca
The Airdrie Minor Football club has been operational for the past 25 years. The club focuses on developing young children into responsible citizens, students, and athletes.
Mark’s son has been involved with the Airdrie Minor Football program since 2015. Thanks to the excellent coaching staff and dedicated volunteers for the time committed to this fantastic program.
Kaizen Safety Group Inc. sponsors annually to support new safety and protective equipment for all the young athletes.
For more information, please visit www.airdriefootball.com
The Medicine River Wildlife Center is a non-profit organization and has been operational for over 30 years. The center provides rehabilitative care for injured, orphaned, or compromised wildlife with the goal of releasing back into the wild.
With respect and admiration, the Medicine River Wildlife Center has resonated with both Mark Brown and Grant Kelly for over 30 years. Grant has volunteered several hours of his time retrieving wounded animals and constructing two separate care center hospitals as the prime contractor. Mark was involved with transporting an injured moose calf to the MRWC back in 1993 and recently introduced his son as a volunteer to the center. During this time, Mark, and his son were involved with feeding injured animals, relocating several Great Horned Owls, and releasing two Golden Eagles back into the wild. What an experience for Mark’s son to obtain new skills, a potential career path in veterinary applications and handling a Golden Eagle.
The Kaizen Safety Group Inc. team dedicate voluntary time monthly to support this amazing organization.
For more information, please visit www.medicineriverwildlifecentre.ca