Dr. Sadeq Rahimi provides a review of Saskatchewan’s state of legal policy and strategies. He concludes that given the rapid pace of migration-induced demographic changes in Saskatchewan, there is an urgent need for government policies that address mental health requirements of a culturally diverse population. He states that there is an absence of cultural awareness in Saskatchewan policies and identifies an acute need for culturally competent services and expertise across the province. He suggests a reformulation of health policies and regulations in a culture-conscious fashion.
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