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Fort McMurray Today
Town GossipHappy February! Have your New Years resolutions fallen apart yet? I can’t remem
Town Gossip
Fort McMurray Today / Posted 21 hours ago
Happy February! Have your New Years resolutions fallen apart yet? I can’t remember what mine were, so I guess that means it’s time to start over! What a treat it was to have Clara Hughes in our city last week. I was lucky enough to have the... Read more
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The Norwich Gazette
Leafs alumni announcedThe bulk of the Toronto Maple Leafs alumni roster has been set for their game a
Leafs alumni announced
The Norwich Gazette / Posted yesterday
The bulk of the Toronto Maple Leafs alumni roster has been set for their game against the Oxford Stars in support of the Canadian Mental Health Association. The game, which takes place March 5 at 7:30 p.m. at Southwood arena, will have 11 Maple... Read more
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Spruce Grove Examiner
Debating community treatment ordersCanada’s first mental health laws were based on Great Britain’s Lunatics Asylum
Debating community treatment orders
Spruce Grove Examiner / Posted yesterday
Canada’s first mental health laws were based on Great Britain’s Lunatics Asylums Act of 1853, where a person’s consent when committed to an institution was never considered. Canada’s mental health legislation has changed a lot since its beginnings... Read more
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Sarnia Observer
Kelch to chair 2016 United Way campaignThe record-breaking 2015 fundraising drive is now officially in the books, and
Kelch to chair 2016 United Way campaign
Sarnia Observer / Posted yesterday
The record-breaking 2015 fundraising drive is now officially in the books, and 2015 campaign chair Richard Kelch has agreed to chair the campaign for a third year. “I am very pleased to have been asked again to chair the United Way of Sarnia-Lambton... Read more
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CBC.ca
CBC Forum: What steps should be taken to help Canadians with PTSD?Ontario may move to address post-traumatic stress disorder among first responde
CBC Forum: What steps should be taken to help Canadians with PTSD?
CBC.ca / Posted yesterday
Ontario may move to address post-traumatic stress disorder among first responders, taking the burden of proof off the ill worker and putting the onus on the employer. The province's NDP labour critic, Cheri DiNovo, has introduced three bills on the... Read more
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Belleville Intelligencer
Friday's letter to the editorSleep Out an experience needed I participated in the Sleep Out in Belleville. I
Friday's letter to the editor
Belleville Intelligencer / Posted yesterday
Sleep Out an experience needed I participated in the Sleep Out in Belleville. It was a real blast and lots of fun. Everyone came together for a common cause and this changed strangers to equals for one night. I confess that I did not manage to stay... Read more
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Brandon Sun
Eating disorder treatment options available in WestmanNational Eating Disorder Awareness Week wraps up on Sunday and for someone livi
Eating disorder treatment options available in Westman
Brandon Sun / Posted 2 days ago
National Eating Disorder Awareness Week wraps up on Sunday and for someone living with an eating disorder, seeking help can be a daunting task. For someone living with an eating disorder in Brandon or rural Manitoba, knowing where to look for help... Read more
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Woodstock Sentinel-Review
Leafs alumni announcedThe bulk of the Toronto Maple Leafs alumni roster has been set for their game a
Leafs alumni announced
Woodstock Sentinel-Review / Posted 2 days ago
The bulk of the Toronto Maple Leafs alumni roster has been set for their game against the Oxford Stars in support of the Canadian Mental Health Association. The game, which takes place March 5 at 7:30 p.m. at Southwood arena, will have 11 Maple... Read more
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St. Catharines Standard
Pringle brings message of hope to fundraiserIt’s an abiding hope shared by many parents of children suffering from mental i
Pringle brings message of hope to fundraiser
St. Catharines Standard / Posted 2 days ago
It’s an abiding hope shared by many parents of children suffering from mental illness. Soon enough, they tell themselves, this shall pass. But Valerie Pringle realized that wouldn’t be the case with her daughter Catherine. Catherine began suffering... Read more
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Comox Valley Record
Eating disorders can affect anyoneThere are three main types of eating disorders: anorexia nervosa, bulimia nervo
Eating disorders can affect anyone
Comox Valley Record / Posted 3 days ago
There are three main types of eating disorders: anorexia nervosa, bulimia nervosa and binge-eating. They can affect anyone and have varying degrees of consequences. According to the Canadian Mental Health Association, as many as 10 per cent of... Read more
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Williams Lake Tribune
Community anti-racism workshops funded for lakecityThe Cariboo Chilcotin Canadian Mental Health Association has received a total o
Community anti-racism workshops funded for lakecity
Williams Lake Tribune / Posted 8 days ago
The Cariboo Chilcotin Canadian Mental Health Association has received a total of almost $30,000 in government grants in recent months to fight racism. The first grant announced back in November was for $10,000 to mount an anti-racism media campaign... Read more
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Goldstream News Gazette
EDITORIAL: Mental health needs to be talked aboutOne in five Canadians suffers with a mental illness, but according to the Canad
EDITORIAL: Mental health needs to be talked about
Goldstream News Gazette / Posted 9 days ago
One in five Canadians suffers with a mental illness, but according to the Canadian Mental Health Association, mental illness affects everyone in some form. We all know someone who has experienced mental illness at some point. Whether we have talked... Read more
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Kelowna Capital News
Hergott: Gender inequality plays out in donation effortsHave you heard of Kent Molgat? He is the CTV journalist who recently broadcast
Hergott: Gender inequality plays out in donation efforts
Kelowna Capital News / Posted 9 days ago
Have you heard of Kent Molgat? He is the CTV journalist who recently broadcast a story about the alleged systemic discrimination of an incredible local charitable group: 100 Men Who Give a Damn. Systemic discrimination? The background behind this... Read more
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Williams Lake Tribune
Local CMHA receives second grant for anti-racism projectsCanadian Mental Health Association Cariboo-Chilcotin has received a total of al
Local CMHA receives second grant for anti-racism projects
Williams Lake Tribune / Posted 10 days ago
Canadian Mental Health Association Cariboo-Chilcotin has received a total of almost $30,000 in government grants in recent months to fight racism. The first grant announced back in November was for $10,000 to mount an anti-racism media campaign... Read more
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Williams Lake Tribune
Anti-racism media campaign to begin in mid-FebruaryThe network group working to stem racism in Williams Lake is planning to roll o
Anti-racism media campaign to begin in mid-February
Williams Lake Tribune / Posted 10 days ago
The network group working to stem racism in Williams Lake is planning to roll out its educational campaign in mid-February, says Margaret-Anne Enders, local Canadian Mental Health Association multiculturalism co-ordinator. Last fall CMHA received a... Read more
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Williams Lake Tribune
Anti-racism media campaign to begin in mid-FebruaryThe network group working to stem racism in Williams Lake is planning to roll o
Anti-racism media campaign to begin in mid-February
Williams Lake Tribune / Posted 10 days ago
The network group working to stem racism in Williams Lake is planning to roll out its educational campaign in mid-February, says Margaret Ann Enders, Canadian Mental Health Association representative. Last fall CMHA received a grant from the B.C.... Read more
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Williams Lake Tribune
Anti-racism committee at workSpearheaded by the Canadian Mental Health Association lakecity branch, members
Anti-racism committee at work
Williams Lake Tribune / Posted 15 days ago
Spearheaded by the Canadian Mental Health Association lakecity branch, members of the city’s new anti-racism task force met Tuesday to work on planning their upcoming anti-racism campaign. Pictured in the back row from the left are Sarah Thompson,... Read more
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Minot Daily News
Michael Joseph SarzynskiMichael Joseph Sarzyn- ski brightened our lives March 17, 1976; tragically s
Michael Joseph Sarzynski
Minot Daily News / Posted 16 days ago
Michael Joseph Sarzyn- ski brightened our lives March 17, 1976; tragically stolen from our family by mental illness Friday, Jan. 15, 2016. Mike was born in St. Boniface, Man., raised in Selkirk, Man., and Ethel- bert, Man., and... Read more
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Vernon Morning Star
CFL all-star tackles men’s healthTwo Grey Cup rings. League all-star. A loving wife. Fabulous son. A second chil
CFL all-star tackles men’s health
Vernon Morning Star / Posted 20 days ago
Two Grey Cup rings. League all-star. A loving wife. Fabulous son. A second child – a girl – due in a couple of months. Shea Emry has a lot going for him. On good days. On bad days, Emry, a Canadian Football League linebacker with the Saskatachewan... Read more
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Williams Lake Tribune
Fun bonspiel for a cause coming upHave you ever wanted to try curling? Do you already know how to curl but would
Fun bonspiel for a cause coming up
Williams Lake Tribune / Posted 22 days ago
Have you ever wanted to try curling? Do you already know how to curl but would like to have some fun and help raise money and awareness for a great cause? The Canadian Mental Health Association and Association for Community Living Williams Lake is... Read more
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Williams Lake Tribune
Anti-racism awareness campaign initiatedA new media-based, anti-racism campaign is being launched in the lakecity by th
Anti-racism awareness campaign initiated
Williams Lake Tribune / Posted 25 days ago
A new media-based, anti-racism campaign is being launched in the lakecity by the Multiculturalism Program team at the Cariboo Chilcotin Branch of the Canadian Mental Health Association. The campaign is funded by a $10,000 grant from the B.C.... Read more

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