Calgary cancer patient Anne Cumming used the services while she was undergoing a stem cell transplant.
"To have them come in to do that cleaning and know the dirt was gone — because your immune system is so compromised — for us was very special," Cumming told CBC News.
"There's all kinds of things that need to be done, so cleaning is something that kind of takes a background even though you know it’s important. Having the girls come in and do this is an important aspect of being healthy," she added.
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