CBC: Adults can’t get diagnosed with FASD in Manitoba, which keeps them out of special court

Aidan Geary · CBC News · Adults can’t be formally diagnosed with FASD in Manitoba, which keeps them from accessing a special Manitoba court designed specifically for

CBC: As demand explodes, Manitoba’s new FASD court expands to meet need

Aidan Geary · CBC News ·  When it started, the FASD court was only hearing adult cases at the Manitoba Law Courts one afternoon every two weeks and

First case for Canada’s first FASD court

By: Katie May Something closer to daylight shines down from the courtroom ceiling, as a 20-year-old man takes a seat in the prisoner’s box. The familiar

CBC: ‘Sobering report’ tracks 53,000 Manitobans’ struggles with alcohol, barriers accessing help

A robust 25-year study suggests the key to helping Manitobans in the grips of alcohol disorders could be all about more timely diagnoses and removing barriers to