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By the numbers By the numbers Statistics on spending, wait times and other mental health care indicators. May 18, 2017
Terminal disease Terminal disease The provincial government claims to have a plan to reduce video lottery terminal addiction. But when the King’s College Investigative Workshop looked into the reality of VLT use, they found the government’s plan is mostly window dressing. April 29, 2010
From a fellow warrior From a fellow warrior Jodi Myles reflects on her son's struggle more than a year after he died by suicide. May 18, 2017
Falling through the cracks Falling through the cracks "I see people suffering every day trying to navigate a system that's broken.” May 18, 2017
Political party leaders make mental health an election issue Political party leaders make mental health an election issue NDP Gary Burrill and PC Jamie Baillie both believe there is a mental health crisis in Nova Scotia. May 18, 2017
The quiet crisis of mental health care in Nova Scotia The quiet crisis of mental health care in Nova Scotia Resources in rural areas are overburdened, with a shortage of psychiatrists and waiting times approaching three years. May 18, 2017

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