CHANGE OF POLICY SEES CHOCOLATE MILK AND JUICES BANNED FROM NEW BRUNSWICK SCHOOLS

Over the last 12 years, at least six provinces have banned junk food from schools, and a report released last summer said the measure is having a positive impact on student health

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