Bow Valley Health & Wellness
We’ve recently launched a calendar to share free health & wellness programs in the Bow Valley. We invite anyone offering a program that is: free, related to health & wellness, and available to residents of the Bow Valley to submit events via our online form.
Take a look at what’s happening in the Valley by topic:
Good Food Box
The Bow Valley Good Food Box (GFB) is a monthly assortment of fresh produce that focuses on packing in as much nutritious food as it can, while sourcing local, seasonal, and organic when possible.
The content of the Box varies each month based on seasonal availability and pricing. Please note there are no choices/replacement items.
The regular price of the Bow Valley Good Food Box is $30, taxes included. This is open to anyone in the Bow Valley. A partially subsidized option of $25 is offered to people with a lower-income. These subsidies are provided by a grant from the Rotary Club of Canmore and donations from generous community members.
Order your Good Food Box this month!
Looking for a primary care provider in the Bow Valley?
Bear Street Family Physicians is taking on new patients as a clinic, they will not be assigning new patients to a specific MD. For further details call 403 762 4846.
Dr Lianne Reelie at Mountain Maternity and Family Medicine is taking on new patients, you need to register on Pomelo patient portal at Mountain Maternity and Family Medicine. They have also announced a new Care Model, they will have locum physicians taking on new patients.
Acknowledgment of Land
The Bow Valley Primary Care Network is grateful to reside in the Bow Valley corridor, home of the Îyârhe Nakoda peoples. The Îyârhe Nakoda are part of Treaty 7; an agreement signed in 1877 between the Canadian government, the Blackfoot Confederacy, the Tsuut’ina of the Dene people, and the Îyârhe Nakoda. This land is also traditional territory of the Rocky View Métis District (4).
We honour the past, present, and future generations of all the Indigenous Peoples who have lived, cared for, and gathered on this land for generations. We make this acknowledgement as an act of reconciliation and gratitude to those whose territory we currently reside within.
Please join the Bow Valley Primary Care Network in our commitment to continuing to learn, grow, connect and engage respectfully on these lands.