Quebec AM | Apr 8, 2013 | 11:52

Health Minister Dr. Réjean Hébert visits Nunavik region

High suicide rates, substance abuse, complex physical health problems are some of the daily issues facing medical staff working in Quebec's north. Last week, health minister Dr. Réjean Hébert learned first-hand what resources the region needs.

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