(Photo by Streeter Lecka/Getty Images)One of the top linebackers in the 2020 recruiting class announced his commitment on Thursday evening.Kilal Mullings, a four-star linebacker out of Boston, Massachusetts, has no plans to stay close to home for his collegiate football career.The elite running back prospect is heading to the Midwest instead.Mullings committed to Michigan over Stanford, Northwestern and Wisconsin – among others. The four-star linebacker announced his commitment on Twitter.Committed…..GO BLUE!!!〽️ pic.twitter.com/cqTkWXGPPC— Kalel Mullings (@kalelmullings) June 27, 2019The 6-foot-1 linebacker is ranked the No. 9 outside linebacker in the class by 247Sports’ Composite Rankings. He’s the No. 1 recruit from the state of Massachusetts and the No. 148 player in the country.Mullings adds to a loaded class for Jim Harbaugh and company. The Wolverines now own the No. 5 recruiting class in the nation and the No. 1 class in the Big Ten.The new linebacker commit is the No. 3 player in Michigan’s class, just behind wide receiver A.J. Henning and defensive end Braiden McGregor.
Nova Scotians with mental health problems will have improved access to appropriate mental health services as a result of a $6.7-million construction project at the Nova Scotia Hospital. The investment will allow for the construction of four home-like in-patient care units. Each unit will house 10 bedrooms and associated living space. “The province is making good on its promise to enhance mental health services in Nova Scotia,” said Health Minister Chris d’Entremont, today, May 2. “This project is particularly exciting because it reflects a shift to a more flexible community-focused model of care that will help us better support patients and families who face mental health issues.” The four units will share common staff work areas, as well as an indoor greenhouse and outdoor garden. The construction will allow the relocation of 40 in-hospital beds. The project is an expansion of government’s commitment to improving access to appropriate mental health services across the province, and particularly for people in the Capital Health district. “Today’s announcement is a tremendous boost for all the work that is underway to improve how we deliver mental health services in the capital district,” said John Malcom, interim CEO for Capital Health. “The residential-style in-patient units are better for patients, staff and their families.” The project is expected to take about 18 months to complete. The cost for the construction project is being shared 75 per cent by the Department of Health and 25 per cent by the district.