Harmonized services

Region-wide vet service by 2012 a possibility in Nunavik.

“It’s a long process to put this all together,” said Cecile Aenishaenslin, with the University of Montreal’s faculty of veterinary medicine.

“People in Nunavik have been asking for more veterinary care and we want to pull all our partners together and harmonize services.”

Aenishaenslin coordinates the Veterinary Public Health and Animal Health Support Project in Nunavik.

Along with the University of Montreal’s vet program, the project groups other organizations who have offered their financial or technical support to animal care in Nunavik over the years, including the World Society for the Protection of Animals, Veterinarians Without Borders, Canada’s public health agency and local partners like Makivik Corp., the regional health board and the Kativik Regional Government.

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