Meet The Team
Tracey is the owner of Parkland CPAP Services and an educated sleep technician, who works with her team of professionals to bring accessible and affordable services to rural Saskatchewan residents.
Tracey has a passion for helping people, for education and for service to her community.
Tracey completed her sleep technician training through the American Academy of Sleep Medicine in 2007 and continues her education on a regular basis.
Tracey is passionate about education and is certified to teach a multitude of courses and has written curriculum for numerous programs both locally and internationally.
Tracey taught at Parkland College for 9 years and still facilitates programs whenever possible.
Want to know more about Tracey and her business? Visit Parkland CPAP online
Deb Cook is a local REALTOR with Century 21 Able Realty in Yorkton.
“The favourite part of my job is what I would consider the “hero” part of my world - assisting people throughout the process in the home buying or selling journey.
There are a lot of different aspects to buying and selling property - the paperwork, the legalities, the emotions… it all can seem daunting and it’s my pleasure to take away some of the stress and confusion.
Real estate is my full time passion and I am blessed to be able to help others in the process. Being fully licensed in Residential, Commercial and Farm real estate which allows me to assist my clients with every avenue of real estate.
By being part of Everyday Heroes I hope to share my knowledge and experience with anyone wishing to learn more about real estate.”
Want to know more about Deb and her work? Visit: www.debcook.realtor
I am the pharmacist and owner of The Medicine Shoppe, wife to Brad and mom to Marie (13) and Vaughn (11). We settled in Yorkton in 2014 and I opened The Medicine Shoppe in January 2018. Having grown up in Esterhazy I always had great memories of exciting shopping trips to the BIG city of Yorkton.
Now we find Yorkton to be the perfect size (small town feel with big city amenities) to raise our children and run a business bringing a unique pharmacy service to our community! Every patient that chooses
The Medicine Shoppe receives a one-on-one interaction with me and personalized advice specifically for them. At The Medicine Shoppe patients are treated like family, not just another prescription.
Stop by to see how Your Health really is Our Priority.
Want to know more about Tricia and her services? Visit: The Medicine Shoppe
Michelle A. McCrea
Michelle McCrea and Kristin Martinuk are both associate lawyers at Leland Campbell Kondratoff Persick LLP in Yorkton. Leland Campbell Kondratoff Persick LLP is a multifaceted law firm that provides services through their offices in Yorkton, Canora and Kamsack. Michelle and Kristin have been involved with Everyday Heroes since 2020.
Michelle moved to Yorkton from Saskatoon in 2016 after completing law school. She articled with the law firm and has maintained a general practice with the firm, including the areas of Family Law, Wills and Estates, Real Estate, Civil Litigation and Criminal Law. Michelle is also completing mediation training to help clients resolve disputes outside of the court process.
Michelle is currently the President of the Yorkton United FC soccer club and has coached and plays with the club. Michelle and her husband are busy taking care of their newborn daughter, but she is excited to continue building her legal practice in the Parkland area.
Want to know more about Michelle and her work? Visit lelandcampell.com
Kristin L. Martinuk
Kristin Martinuk and Michelle McCrea are both associate lawyers at Leland Campbell Kondratoff Persick LLP in Yorkton. Leland Campbell Kondratoff Persick LLP is a multifaceted law firm that provides services through their offices in Yorkton, Canora and Kamsack. Michelle and Kristin have been involved with Everyday Heroes since 2020.Kristin was born and raised in Yorkton. She moved back to the community upon graduating law school
at the University of Saskatchewan in 2018. Kristin articled with the firm, and she currently maintains a
general practice with the firm. Her areas of practice include Real Estate, Corporate Law, Wills and
Estates, Estate Litigation and Civil Litigation. She enjoys golfing and is an avid volleyball player who has
previously been involved in various club organizations within Yorkton. Currently, Kristin coaches with
the Yorkton Venom Volleyball Club and she looks forward to being able to further contribute to the community as a whole.
Want to know more about Kristin and her work?
was born and raised in Germany. In 2008 I started my training as a Physiotherapist and graduated 2011. After I got my diploma I worked for a year in a small privat practice.
In 2013 my husband I moved to Canada, where I became a Registered Massage Therapist. I got my first job at Spa Habit and worked there til 2017 in May.
In June 2017 I opened my own business Day-Dream Massage, sharing an office space with the Acupuncturist Lara Buchholzer from Tree of Life Wellness and Tracey Alcorn from Parkland CPAP.
I graduated in June 2021 as an Acupuncturist, after 3 years of training completing 2700 hours of training, including 600 practical hours.
I am very passionate about education and I keep on taking continues educational courses including scar tissue treatment, emotional healing, nervous system healing and more to offer my clients the best support possible.
Lindsay Yaworsky began her dental career in 2009 after graduating from the College of Dentistry at the University of Saskatchewan.
Dr. Yaworsky was born in Yorkton, grew up on a family farm near Dropmore, Manitoba and went to school in Roblin Manitoba before moving to Saskatoon for her post secondary education.
Prior to entering the College of Dentistry, Dr. Yaworsky completed a bachelor of science in Biochemisty with honours.
In 2010, Dr. Yaworsky joined Dr. Fuchs as an associate in his long standing practice. She is ever grateful for his mentorship and support. In 2013, she became a partner in the practice. Dr. Yaworsky admires Dr. Fuch’s ongoing commitment to the profession at a provincial, national and international level.
Dr. Yaworsky enjoys all aspects of general dentistry, with a special interest in implant and surgical procedures. She has attended many implant continuing education courses, as well as surgery courses. She places implants in select cases, and works alongside dental specialists in more complicated treatment plans. She is passionate about providing the best care for her patients and promoting total oral and systemic health.
Want to know more about Lindsay and her practice visit: Prairie Smile Dental Group
Kristen is a Financial Advisor with Edward Jones located in Downtown Yorkton. She has been serving clients in the area since 2016.
She is from Yorkton, born and raised. She attended the Parkland College for her first year University and went on to Vancouver to complete her Bachelor of Arts, with a Major in Political Science at the University of British Columbia.
Kristen believes the best kind of advisor is one who can explain complex ideas through simple explanations. She is committed to ensuring her clients feel listened to, are comfortable with their investments and strategy, and have a clear understanding of their retirement plan.
Kristen and her husband Cody, and son, Oliver can often be found at their acreage East of Yorkton, at Cody's parents' farm in Stenen or cabin at Crystal Lake, fishing, camping, or playing 90's alternative music in a make-shift garage band with Kristen's sisters and their spouses. She also loves attending concerts, spin class, reading and charcuterie board nights with friends and family.
visit Kristen at Edward Jones
Sumita Hintz is owner and founder of Prairie View Physiotherapy. She is of mixed heritage, having a Canadian mother & British father, but having spent her childhood & teenage years in Asia. She moved to Canada for her post-secondary education, beginning with a BA from Bethany College, Hepburn, & concluding with a Master in Physical Therapy from the University of Saskatchewan, graduating in 2014. She received the Elisa Rieder Memorial Award for the highest academic standing in physical therapy courses directly related to community & Aboriginal health.
Due to her upbringing in countries where health care was limited & not available to a large portion of the population, Sumita’s focus is to bring healthcare & rehabilitation support to those in her surrounding community – especially those facing mobility challenges due to an injury or neurological condition.
Acquiring & developing professional skills in order to provide the best possible care to clients is a top priority. She has pursued a variety of further physiotherapy education including: Sports First Responder, McKenzie Method, Orthopedic Levels, PanAm clinic courses in “Treating the Injured Runner” & “Hand & Wrist Symposium”, Acupuncture & Integrated Dry Needling.
Sumita is currently involved with the Yorkton community in several ways. She teaches babysitting & first aid courses for a local Red Cross provider, has volunteered physiotherapy coverage during the provincial gymnastics competition & helps in various roles at her local church.
Raised in Yorkton Sarah has a passion for animals which is reflected in her business Pet Valu which
she has owned since 2012.
Besides being engaged in Tim Hortons and Pet Valu Sarah is involved
in the Yorkton Chamber of Commerce, Kinette Club of Yorkton, Rebel Cat Rescue, SPCA and Paws
& Claws Animal Rescue.
One of Sarah's main focuses is to see Yorkton and area grow and progress.
I am a Portrait Photographer (and Physical Therapist) in Yorkton, Saskatchewan.
I have been enjoying photography for more than 25 years.
I love to continue building my skills to improve my art every chance I get.
I love capturing the expressions of people in love. Smiles, giggles, belly laughs, smirks, embraces, sideways glances...
I LOVE IT ALL!
I think that all of those moments pass away far too quickly and I believe that taking a bit of time to capture these treasures is so very important.
Some other things to know about me:
I think my family is HILARIOUS! Having two boys has taught me patience, how to love more deeply than I ever thought possible and a somewhat concerning appreciation for fart jokes.
I love COFFEE! I don't think that this can be understated...
Time outdoors, playing in the garden, can overt nearly any crisis.
I am pretty shy most of the time. You know when I feel really comfortable around someone when you find me cracking jokes and coming out of my shell.
I love to see the silver lining and beauty in everything!
Visit me at Inspiring Imagery
Jannalee grew up in a small farming community in rural Manitoba. She graduated from the University of Manitoba in 2013 with a Bachelor of Medical Rehabilitation- Physiotherapy. She received the Dr. Ron Bowie Award which recognized her contribution to the community. When she moved to Yorkton, she knew it was important to continue that philosophy.
She currently volunteers her First Aid/Physiotherapy services to Yorkton Minor Football. She also can be found at Westland Arena working with the AAA and AA U 18 Hockey Teams. She has provided event coverage for provincial gymnastics, rugby tournaments as well as CrossFit competitions.
Jannalee has pursued a variety of post secondary courses including: Mackenzie Method, Graston myofascial release, Sport First Responder, Orthopedic Levels and Functional Movement Screen.She has recently received her Sport Physiotherapy Certificate which would allow her to provide coverage to national competitions.
Want to know more about Jannalee and her services? Visit: Jannalee Physiotherapy