We all need to be pulling in the same direction on mental health care
By Liberal MP Sean FraserMay. 6, 2019
In my home province of Nova Scotia, I am particularly proud that we have signed a historic agreement with the province that will see $130-million transferred specifically for mental health initiatives.
Liberal MP Sean Fraser, pictured second left, with Environment Minister Catherine McKenna on April 29, 2019, at the House Environment Committee. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
Mental health is a feature of life that touches every Canadian.
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