t the top of the hour, we speak with mental health advocate Laurel Walker about her new campaign to raise awareness for the state of mental healthcare in the province. 60 Days, 60 Stories tells the personal stories of people struggling with Nova Scotia's current system. After that, we chat with health minister Randy Delorey about improving mental healthcare in the province click August 16, 2017 1:00 p.m.
Abortion access in Nova Scotia is not where it needs to be.
Nova Scotia's health minister says abortion access in the province is "out of step" with current practices, and has asked health officials to find ways to improve it.
Be sure to talk to your doctor about possible complications with breastfeeding before undergoing any of these procedures.
The New Brunswick government is now making publicly funded vaccine available for young children. It is one of the last provinces to publicly fund the vaccine.
Consultations on the upcoming changes ended Monday and the department wants to assure the public it has taken steps to ensure the process is free of potential conflicts-of-interest
Some students struggle silently, because they’re afraid – or ashamed – to tell their parents, friends, or teachers that they’re anxious, depressed, or deeply unhappy