The Accessibility act and standards aim to bring widespread change across the province, and it’s important to clarify that this work isn’t just about modifying buildings – it’s about creating a culture shift....

Youth health centres have been in many Nova Scotia schools for more than 14 years, and are now in 70 junior high and high schools across the province. They offer a range of services, including health education, health promotion, information and referral, follow-up support, and...

We continue to work on different ways to recruit and retain both family doctors and specialists. Just the other day, the Speech from the Throne noted that since April of last year, 160 family doctors and specialists have started working in Nova Scotia. ...

"This is an excellent step toward protecting 2SGLBTIQ+ youth by ensuring that people in power and health professions do not engage in these harmful conversion practices," said Matthew Numer, an advocate and former chair of the Rainbow Action Project. "This legislation is the most progressive...

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