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Changing the Culture of Alcohol Use in Nova Scotia - An Alcohol Strategy to Prevent and Reduce the Burden of Alcohol-Related Harm in Nova Scotia

Government of Nova Scotia; Department of Health Promotion and Protection Country Resources Substance Abuse Strategies and Plans Nova Scotia 21 September 2007 Policy document alcohol, harm reduction, prevention

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The goal of the Nova Scotia Alcohol Strategy is to prevent and reduce alcohol-related acute and chronic health, social and economic harm and costs among individuals, families and communites in Nova Scotia. Opportunities and recommendations for achieving the provincial Alcohol Strategie's vision and goals have been delineated in five interrelated key directions.


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