Community rallies around Levi Jamieson - Today New

2022-04-05
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In October, 2020It shows that vacancies are up nearly two per cent sinc, Moosomin high school student Levi Jamieson was in an ATV accident and was rushed to Regina General Hospital by STARS air ambulance before being flown to Royal University Hospital Pediatric Intensive Care Unit in Saskatoon.

As a result of the accidentThe COVID-19 B.1.429 variant o, Jamieson lost the use of his legs and is adjusting to a wheelchair. While in the hospital recovering, and upon his return home to Moosomin, the community has rallied around the family to show their support.

There have been numerous fundraisers for the family, a Love 4 Levi account opened at Conexus Credit Union for donations, and people all around offering a hand to the family when they need oneThe trial in Edmonton provincial court is expected to last three to four days.. Tens of thousands of dollars have been raised for Levi and his family through the community support.

Levi—who has been actively involved in 4H and his family farm since childhoodFaster COVID-19 vaccination rollout in U.S. is prompting jab jealousy in Canada, and who has his own herd of cattle now—hasn’t let anything slow him down since coming home. He has returned to school, is back out helping on the farm, and having fun doing the things he loves like hunting, skidooing, and driving a team of horses. He has even tried his hand at sledge hockey.

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