Elizabeth Kay Raining-Bird of the School of Communication Sciences and Disorders is chair of Basic Income Guarantee Nova Scotia. She was recently part of an expert panel that spoke with CBC's Information Morning about raising the minimum wage in Nova Scotia.
Health Administration professor and Canada Research Chair in Promoting Healthy Populations, Dr. Catherine Mah, comments on the recent termination of Ontario's basic income pilot project in The Conversation Canada.
Matt Numer, assistant professor in the School of Health and Human Performance and chair of the prEP Action Committee, recently spoke to a number of media outlets about the increase in HIV cases in Nova Scotia.
Read "Hearing loss leaves many struggling with costs amid subsidy shortage" featuring the Dal Hearing Aid Assistance Program, administered by the School of Communication Sciences and Disorders - Globe and Mail - May 14, 2018