“It’s a wonderful place to call home.” - Korie Seibel.
Korie Seibel moved from Saskatchewan to Medicine Hat with her family in 2009, when her husband accepted a job position in the oilfield.
She’s enjoyed raising her two children in a city that offers many recreational facilities and programs, outdoor activities and a great education system.
Seibel enjoys spending time kayaking, floating and fishing on the South Saskatchewan River that flows through the sun filled city. Morning cups of locally brewed coffee, walks along the trails with the city-scape views, summer patio lunches, and evening barbecues are a few things that bring a wonderful day for Seibel.
Seibel was able to return to school at the Medicine Hat College to pursue a career in social work, an opportunity that wouldn’t have been possible without her move to Medicine Hat, she says.
Seibel feels connected within her community. The way residents support one another, especially within the local business community, really creates an environment that she is proud to be a part of.
Seibel, her husband and two children have no plans to leave the Hat anytime soon.
“It’s so much fun to have the wildlife here with children. I think I even get a little more excited about it than they do.”Read More
“My kids also love the parks here. There is one about six houses down from us, and then at least five other parks in the area that are within walking distance."Read More
"We love to go on day adventures with our kids and Medicine Hat is perfect for that."Read More
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.