Wednesday, November 04, 2009

A Message from the Public Health Agency of Canada

One of my friends happens to be a paramedic. She is a great person to go to when I have questions regarding health, injuries, teething babies, diaper rash solutions (Not for me! For Little One!), and now H1N1.

This is what she sent me:


E said...

Yeah - she sent me that, too! I've been practicing. It's not working. :*(

Cherry said...

Boo! We can't watch it in the US.

C said...

It was so funny! At first, I thought that it was a serious message. Did I ever laugh! A is hilarious! Totally something she would send!

Yeah, I've been trying to practice the new way. The old way (sneeze/cough into the shirt sleeve/elbow) is much easier.

C said...

You can watch it on

Go to, then click on "channels", then "television". All the TV shows are listed in alphabetical order. Go to "This Hour Has 22 Minutes". :)

I was shocked to see how many TV programs STC has on the site. The only thing is that you can only watch up to a little over an hour of a program or movie and then you have to wait an hour to be allowed to watch the rest if it's longer than an hour.

jMo said...

I thought the message was that the video wasn't available just like the vaccine.
(ur word ver is a swear word in Span)

C said...

Really? You can't see the video? Hmmm...I wonder why?? :(

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