The answer is a complex one, as the very existence of the POST Thrift Store is to generate revenue to ensure that Canadian Mental Health Association is able provide supports, education and programming to our community. The store has evo
We all know the names, we’ve all seen the photos, some of us are lucky enough to have seen them in real life; famous monuments make the travel world go-round.
When the POST began operating in the 1980s, before an official sign could be installed at the front of the building, people were hesitant to enter the store premises because of the stigma surrounding mental illness.
You’ve decided to go on holidays. You’ve been thinking of flights and reminiscing about past adventures. The only problem is, you don’t know where to go. Do you visit a new country you’ve never seen before?
In 1979, the Board of Directors of Medicine Hat’s Canadian Mental Health Association began the groundwork for its very own second-hand store as a social enterprise.
Travelling isn’t always perfect. It isn’t always luxurious, and plans don’t always go off flawlessly.