‘I didn’t have to do it alone’: Short films document personal stories of addiction, mental health

Maggie Macintosh · CBC News · Posted: Jul 03, 2019 5:21 PM MT | Last Updated: July 3 Calgarians share their stories of resilience through filmmaking Mike Lang and

Overdose crisis death toll would be more than double without harm reduction, study says

The rapidly increased distribution of take-home naloxone kits — the drug that reverses the effects of opioids like heroin and fentanyl — is one initiative

CBC: Offer free birth control for youth, Canadian Paediatric Society says

The Canadian Paediatric Society is recommending that birth control pills, condoms and all other contraceptives be made available at no cost for youth in Canada

CBC: Many pregnant women still consume alcohol despite prenatal checks: U of M study

CBC News · Posted: Feb 19, 2019 12:53 PM CT | Last Updated: February 19 Educators, health-care workers and parents from across the country are in Sudbury,

CBC: The lonely road to recovery: How isolation can hurt people trying to overcome addictions

Cutting social connections and challenges making new ones can lead people back to using, experts say Aidan Geary · CBC News · Posted: Jul 28,

Indigenous elder mentorship program leads to healthier babies in Wetaskiwin area

CBC Josee St-Onge · CBC News · Posted: Jul 25, 2018 Elder Margaret Montour was an important support for Lacey Hoffman when she was pregnant with

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