“It definitely feels like home here.” - Emily Snowdon.
Once Emily Snowdon landed a position on a farm in Bow Island in October 2019, she packed her bags to move to Medicine Hat with her fiancé.
She appreciates the many places to explore in the city and walks with her two dogs often. Downtown is an oasis for her, with its locally-owned stores, eateries, and coffee shops. A day spent outdoors to admire the scenery and adventure the downtown area is how she treats herself and anyone who visits her.
One characteristic she quickly noticed is the support and partnership between local businesses in the community. Snowdon experienced a new side to the city since she moved right before a pandemic.
Snowdon is originally from New Brunswick and has lived in six cities since leaving her hometown. Medicine Hat is where she plans to stay for a while, and is currently where she's lived the longest out of the six cities.
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Move to Medicine Hat is actively supported by these lead community minded organizations, and made possible in part through funding / sponsorship.
The Province of Alberta is working in partnership with the Government of Canada to provide employment support programs and services. Les gouvernements de l’Alberta et du Canada travaillent en partenariat et financent conjointement des programmes et des services d’aide à l’emploi.