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Proposed Manitoba Addictions Strategy: Aurora Responds

Winnipeg Free Press: Paul Melnuk responds to new provincial addictions and mental health recommendations Aurora CEO Paul Melnuk speaks on the newly proposed addictions and mental health strategy for Manitoba: "The report hit the right...

City Councillor at Aurora

City Councillor Russ Wyatt Seeks Addictions Treatment at Aurora "Coun. Russ Wyatt has reportedly revealed he sought addictions treatment during his extended absence from City Hall. In a letter published by a Winnipeg media outlet, the Transcona...

Aurora Recovery Centre saved Kelsie’s Life

Aurora Saved Kelsie Sanderson's Life "Tracy Sanderson understood opioid addiction; her daughter Kelsie began struggling with opioid addiction after she had a traumatic ecperience being tasered by RCMP officers. After drinking with some friends,...

CBC-Lack of Addictions Help

"It's a Joke" "After exhausting efforts to access youth addictions services in Manitoba, a Winnipeg family has picked up and moved to Calgary in hopes of saving their 16-year-old daughter's life. CBC has agreed to change the family's names to protect the teen's...

Tracy’s Story – Winnipeg Sun

A Mother's Story “She wasn’t the kid who was supposed to die,” Sanderson said tearfully. “She was the most beautiful young girl. She was so proud of her Métis heritage and wanted to make a difference in the lives of Aboriginal and Métis women...

Need for Addiction Centres – CBC

Aurora Recovery Center was recently featured on CBC News. By Kim Kaschor, CBC News Posted: May 29, 2017 8:03 PM CT Big price tag, or big waitlist: addicts face barriers no matter where they turn in Manitoba Mom believes that if province did more, her daughter might...

Ian Rabb on Global News

How to get help with addictions at Aurora Recovery Centre Shannon Cuciz speaks with Ian Rabb from Aurora Recovery Centre about how people can get help with addictions and change their lives around by going to Gimli, Manitoba. Watch Ian's interview here   Aurora...

CBC-Fentanyl Crisis

Aurora Addictions Specialist Weighs in on Winnipeg's Fentanyl Crisis "In his 15-year career working with addictions, Ian Rabb says he has never seen anything that compares to the fentanyl crisis in Winnipeg. "It's been quite alarming and...

CBC – New Recovery Centre

New Recovery Centre Couldn't Come Soon Enough "Dalton and Linda Fredericks were hopeful things were about to turn around for their son. They knew 18-year-old Jesse had been experimenting with drugs. But, on a Friday, after a night of using...

Spectator – Aurora’s Opening

Aurora Recovery Centre Opening 2015   "The Aurora Recovery Centre (ARC), which is scheduled to open its doors in June, provided guests with a sneak peek of the new facility April 6. When running at full capacity, ARC will employ between 120-150...

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