Success Stories 2017

/Success Stories 2017

Information and life-skills to prevent smoking in children: the success story of the St. Joseph’s Community Health Centre

2019-12-18T16:15:49+00:00

The St. Joseph's Community Health Centre in Saint John  Kathy London Anthony works as a community health nurse at the St. Joseph's Community Health [...]

Let the students choose their path: the Ridgeview Middle School success story

2020-06-09T18:44:54+00:00

The Ridgeview Middle School teaches 289 students from grades 6 to 8 in the Oromocto region. Wendy Carlisle, the school coordinator, with Julie Carr [...]

A group effort at school and in the community: the success story of Fundy High School

2019-12-18T16:08:27+00:00

Sarah Morgan-Lee is a science and math teacher at Fundy High School. She also works with the school's Students Working Against Tobacco (SWAT) group. [...]

A Father and Artist’s Journey to Becoming Smoke-Free: Patrick Hardy’s Story

2019-12-18T16:08:01+00:00

Patrick Hardy, 42, is a well-known spokesperson for autism, thanks to a book series called My Friend Sam, which presents the daily struggles that [...]

The Journey Into Motherhood as a Catalyst for Embracing a Healthier Tobacco-Free Lifestyle: Four New Brunswick Women Share Their Story.

2020-06-09T18:44:53+00:00

Most people who have recently quit smoking will agree that getting over a nicotine addiction requires a lot of determination. You must not only [...]

Tobacco Is Harmful to Animals Too: Embracing Tobacco-Free Living Is the Best Thing Pet Owners Can Do!

2019-12-18T16:07:02+00:00

The harmful effects of second-hand cigarette smoke are well known, which is why many smokers will refrain or are asked to refrain from smoking [...]

”Run to Quit” Helps New Brunswickers Get Active to Overcome their Nicotine Addiction

2019-12-18T16:06:37+00:00

Moncton Quit Coaches Christian Jasper (left) and Cindy Johnson (right) pose with Running Room founder John Stanton (centre). Physical activity is often recommended by [...]