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2015/03/05 02:29
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In 2002 Jamie Lee Curtis famously posed for a magazine to expose what she really looked like. The mother of two appeared make-up free in a sports bra and spandex shorts, proudly displaying a softer,...
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2015/03/05 01:21
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Eric Kay was 38 years old; he and his wife Bonnie were living in the country, outside of Barrie. Their children were little, in early elementary school. Their careers centred on social services. Life...
2015/03/03 21:42
2015/03/03 21:42
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Another slice of hope has been served to Canadian Mental Health Association. What is now a cluttered room, at Queen Mary School building, with computers strewn across its floor, will soon be...
2015/02/28 00:20
2015/02/28 00:20
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Tough love can hurt. Susan (not her real name) says she did everything she could to get help for her young son who was suffering from mental health problems and drug addiction. None of it worked and...
2015/02/27 21:17
2015/02/27 21:17
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The age of Sarnia's drug users, as well as the amount of alcohol and prescription opioids used, are part of what makes its addictions problem stand out from other areas, says the coordinator of the...
2015/02/27 00:37
2015/02/27 00:37
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Halfway through the ‘60s, Grande Prairie’s golden decade of development, yet another massive project came tootling down the track – literally. Herald-Tribune publisher/editor Jim Bowes broke the news...
2015/02/26 23:14
2015/02/26 23:14
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She stepped off a cliff and fell into a black hole. And then just kept falling. And falling. Everything that she knew and trusted and held dear in her life, was pulled down with her. Into the...
2015/02/26 03:00
2015/02/26 03:00
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At Lisaard House, Cambridge on Tuesday, Feb. 17, 2015, Grace Rita Schmidt of Waterloo, age 50 years. Cherished daughter of Vera (Zettler) and the late Raymond Schmidt. Beloved sister of Rosemary and...
2015/02/25 16:22
2015/02/25 16:22
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Adding to the challenging journey teenagers face as they transition to adulthood is the fact that 75 per of all mental health conditions show up in the teen and early adult years. Today we talk about...
2015/02/25 01:37
2015/02/25 01:37
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The city has doled out more than $7 million in funding from the province’s Outreach Support Services Initiative in support of homeless initiatives. At Monday night’s city council meeting, the...
2015/02/20 17:56
2015/02/20 17:56
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Last weekend, while reading the National Post, I came across an article entitled “Possibility that incurable depression meets criteria for doctor-assisted suicide raises ethical concerns.” Discussion...
2015/02/18 19:40
2015/02/18 19:40
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For three months it was all Dave Hunchak could do just to get out of bed. Physically, he was fine; mentally, he was being dragged under by doubt and despair. Better to stay home, he reasoned, than to...
2015/02/15 12:31
2015/02/15 12:31
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This week we go back to 1997 and Dianna Gress being named the second ever “Citizen of the Year” as part of the second annual Melfort and District Chamber of Commerce MelBex Awards. At the time Gress...
2015/02/15 11:44
2015/02/15 11:44
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The cold reality for some residents here is that they need shelter. With temperatures plunging under the -20 C mark Friday and expected to reach an even-colder mark over the long weekend, city...
2015/02/13 19:13
2015/02/13 19:13
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MISSISSAUGA – Residents in southwest Mississauga who have complex medical conditions will soon benefit from a new model of health care. Against a backdrop of seniors practicing tai chi, Mississauga...
2015/02/12 23:22
2015/02/12 23:22
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The Canadian Mental Health Association is hosting three Eating Disorder workshops this Sunday and Monday. The first workshop will be on Sunday, Feb. 15 from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. and will be for...
2015/02/09 00:58
2015/02/09 00:58
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MONTREAL - Andre Lavoie will never forget the woman on the other end of the phone, who, through tears, told him that she was suicidal. It's the followup call, where she expressed thanks for saving...
2015/02/08 17:38
2015/02/08 17:38
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TORONTO — In 2002, when Mark Henick stood on the edge of a Cape Breton overpass and let go, a stranger reached out and saved him from taking his own life. Last week, after launching a social media...
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2015/02/05 22:21
2015/02/05 22:21
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The City of Williams Lake proclaimed Feb. 1-7 as Turn Down the Heat Week, in support of businesses throughout B.C. promoting energy conservation. The event is the collaboration between FortisBC and...
2015/02/04 18:22
2015/02/04 18:22
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Canadian Mental Health Association is hosting free eating disorder workshops for professionals and caregivers in Williams Lake thanks to the generosity of a local resident. “A person who has a family...
2015/03/05 02:29
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