Talk:Abortion Access in Nova Scotia

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Hello! Your title really grabbed my attention. I'm intrigued by the fact that you chose Nova Scotia in particular; are you from there or is there a specific issue regarding abortion in that region? If it's the latter, it would be fantastic to highlight that in the overview. I'm a little concerned with the number of sub-categories you have--they look comprehensive but may be too cluttered. I also noticed that you had "Inter-Province Coverage" and "Other Maritime Provinces" as two separate categories. Because you're mostly focused on Nova Scotia for your wiki, perhaps grouping together all the information about other provinces into one separate big topic would make more sense. Hope this helps.

Cheers,

Caroline

CarolineWang (talk)10:50, 9 November 2017

HI Caroline,

Thanks very much for the feedback, it's very helpful as I work on the body of the project. I am from Vancouver, however, I came out here to NS for my undergraduate, and now my graduate degree soon - I am taking this course in my gap term out of interest. When I came out here, I realized that the state of female-centric healthcare resources was essentially abysmal, and in need of some serious reform. Of all the provinces, NS is considered to have the worst access and policies on abortion, and thus I think these issues should be discussed. I agree with what you mean about too many categories - I am finding that in my writing I may be able to group these. I think also I should revise those two titles you mentioned, as they are actually about how people from out of NS have coverage (or lack thereof) for abortion services (this is a core issue for students and young people who primarily live in another province). I may, in fact, remove the 'other maritime provinces' as I am finding that information somewhat out of scope and anecdotal. Again, thanks so much for the feedback, it's very constructive! -B

BrynShaffer (talk)19:00, 10 November 2017
 
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