The New Brunswick Department
of Health announced that legislation expanding the reach of the province’s Tobacco
and Electronic Cigarette Sales Act went into
effect on Jan. 1, 2016. The law bans the sale of all flavored tobacco,
An increasing number of uninsured and
underinsured dental patients are resorting to Ottawa's emergency rooms for
treatment, according to a report presented
to the city’s Board of Health in November. The research by Ottawa Public Health
The Canadian Dental Hygienists
Association (CDHA) called on all federal parties to commit to addressing the
issue of limited access to preventative oral care in Canada. Canadian
government programs only cover approximately 6% of oral health
The Canadian Dental Hygienists Association (CDHA) announced the launch of their new website, which was developed to provide the public with general information about dental hygiene and oral health.
of the Auditor General has released a series of “Spring Reports,” including a report that examines access to health
services for remote communities of mostly indigenous Canadians.
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