Paul Vienneau in his new wheelchair at the Halifax Public Gardens in May.

'Asshole with a shovel' raises $9K for artists with disabilities

Paul Vienneau in his new wheelchair at the Halifax Public Gardens in May.

Nursing homes no place for young adults with disabilities, says Berwick family - May 4, 2016

Nursing homes 'totally inappropriate' for young adults with disabilities

Nursing homes no place for young adults with disabilities, says Berwick family - May 2016

Halifax councillors hot over snow clearing and the promise of little change | Metro News

Halifax councillors hot over snow clearing and the promise of little change

Halifax councillors hot over snow clearing and the promise of little change | Metro News

Halifax councillors hot over snow clearing and the promise of little change

Kings North MLA John Lohr wants mental health courts established in all regions of the province.

MLA's call for more mental health courts is a personal one

Kings North MLA John Lohr is convinced a mental health court would have helped his son, Caleb, who died two years ago. He said two courts in Nova Scotia aren't enough for those who get in trouble with the law because of mental illness.

Gerrianne Hull said she is behind on paying the staff that look after her because the health authority denied her request for more money.

Getting more money for home care service 'a run-around,' says advocate

A Halifax woman with cerebral palsy who is on the Nova Scotia Health Authority's self-managed care program said she is trying to appeal the health authority's decision to deny her more funding.

Panel appointed to shape Nova Scotia mental health strategy - Jun 9, 2016

Panel appointed to shape Nova Scotia mental health strategy - Jun 2016

IWK psychologist says young children with autism still waiting for help - Apr 15, 2016

Children with autism still on wait list says psychologist, premier says otherwise

IWK psychologist says young children with autism still waiting for help - Apr 2016

Family of cystic fibrosis patient Jennifer Crouse struggles to cover costs - Mar 1, 2016

Family faces double-lung transplant and financial woes with 'such grace'

Family of cystic fibrosis patient Jennifer Crouse struggles to cover costs - Mar 2016

'Suicide saved my life': Eskasoni teen - Local - Cape Breton Post

The Cape Breton Post was founded in 1901 and is based in Sydney. It has the largest readership of any publication based in Cape Breton.

Man with Down syndrome turned away from Dartmouth Journey concert over expired ID card | Metro News

Man with Down syndrome turned away from Dartmouth Journey concert over expired ID card

Security 'deficiencies' found in Nova Scotia special care home where man died: Review | Metro News

Gordon Longphee, died after being pushed by another resident.

Tom Mills smiles after speaking at Province House during a press conference Thursday in downtown Halifax.

Nova Scotia's developmental disability services not enough: report

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