Ans: Open all days mostly from 9:30 to 8:30 and exceptions on Sundays. Call them before going to the location.
Qus: 3).Do they have online website?
Ans: Yes . They do have. Online website is - www.heartandstroke.nb.ca
Qus: 4).What is the Latitude & Longtitude Of the location?
Ans: Latitude of the location is 45.275792423617 Longtitude of the location is - -66.071798801422
Qus: 5).What is the phone number Of the location?
Ans: Phone number of the location is - +1 506-634-1620
Qus: 6).What does the local business do?
Ans: Touching your hearts and minds
More than 50 years ago, a visionary group of Canadians, including physicians and researchers, founded the National Heart Foundation of Canada with big hopes for the future.
They had a dream: to put heart health on the public agenda, to empower researchers to turn the tide on heart disease, and to raise funds needed to educate Canadians about their hearts. With the emergence of Ontario's Foundation in 1952 and British Columbia's three years later, a network soon began to develop across the country. In 1956, the Quebec and Saskatchewan Foundations were established. In 1961, the Foundation was renamed the Canadian Heart Foundation.
A few facts...
■Heart disease and stroke remain the leading cause of death and disability in Canada. Canadian baby boomers are now moving into their middle years, which is expected to result in a large increase in death and disability due to heart disease and stroke.
■Each provincial Foundation raises funds through its annual February door-to-door campaign, the Planned Giving and In Memoriam donation programs, special events and health promotion programs such as Jump Rope for Heart, and direct-marketing campaigns.
■The Foundation receives no core funding from government sources.
Since 1956, the Foundation has raised and invested more than $1 billion in leading-edge heart and stroke research. More than 80 per cent of donations directly support research and education programs in the province where the funds are raised. These impressive results have been made possible by the ongoing and valuable efforts of volunteers and donors across this country.
As heart and stroke-related diseases continue to touch so many lives, your financial support also continues to grow and reach new milestones in supporting research, health promotion and advocacy.