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Guide to Planning an Action Strategy for Healthier Local Public Policy

A guide intended for a wide range of community stakeholders—community and interest groups, social workers, coalitions, organizations, municipal employees and officials, residents—anyone looking for more effective action strategies for getting involved in drafting and implementing healthy public policy at the local (i.e., municipal) level.

Author/Origin:
This Guide was created as a collaborative effort from organizations in different provinces. We recommend contacting BC Healthy Communities for information.

New Brunswick Anti Tobacco Strategy 2019-2023

New Brunswick’s Tobacco-Free Living Strategy was prepared by the New Brunswick Anti-Tobacco Coalition (NBATC) with the involvement of stakeholders and key partners whose work contributes to a common vision of making New Brunswick tobacco and smoke-free for all.

This Strategy belongs to everyone in New Brunswick who values the health, wellness, social and economic benefits of tobacco-free living and smoke-free environments.

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New Brunswick Anti-Tobacco Coalition

Regional Wellness Consultants

Across New Brunswick, there are Regional Wellness Consultants that act as connectors and facilitators to help communities, families, organizations, schools and workplaces enhance their wellness. No matter what aspect of wellness you are working on, they can help guide you to the right resource and offer financial support. This map will help you identify which Regional Wellness Consultant covers your region and provides contact information for each of them.

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New Brunswick Department of Social Development - Wellness Branch