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Vernon Morning Star
Heartland stars rally for CMHAGraham Wardle and stars of CBC’s Heartland are coming to town in support of the
Heartland stars rally for CMHA
Vernon Morning Star / Posted 18 hours ago
Graham Wardle and stars of CBC’s Heartland are coming to town in support of the Canadian Mental Health Association. The Cruise with a Cause kicked off Friday in Calgary and rides into Vernon Wednesday for a celebrity meet and greet fundraiser at the... Read more
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Belleville Intelligencer
JESSICA LAWS: Depression a dark cloudThe Staples commercial depicted it best when they put out a commercial a few ye
JESSICA LAWS: Depression a dark cloud
Belleville Intelligencer / Posted 2 days ago
The Staples commercial depicted it best when they put out a commercial a few years back that showed a mother celebrating the return to school while her two children followed with heads hanging, dragging their feet and school bags behind them all the... Read more
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Lacombe Globe
Lacombe tattoo fundraiser makes markColourful and personalized tattoos weren’t the only sign that the mental-health
Lacombe tattoo fundraiser makes mark
Lacombe Globe / Posted 2 days ago
Colourful and personalized tattoos weren’t the only sign that the mental-health fundraiser last Friday in Lacombe had made its mark. With more than two hours left in the daylong schedule, staff at the host Cin City tattoo parlour had to advise a... Read more
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Woodstock Sentinel-Review
Local sportsbriefsBOWES WINS SILVER AT PARAPAN AM GAMES Paul Bowes was part of the silver medal
Local sportsbriefs
Woodstock Sentinel-Review / Posted 4 days ago
BOWES WINS SILVER AT PARAPAN AM GAMES Paul Bowes was part of the silver medal Canadian men’s wheelchair basketball team at the ParaPan Am Games in Toronto. Bowes was an assistant coach with the Canadian team that posted a 5-1 record in the week... Read more
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Orillia Packet & Times
City ready for its sticky, smoky close-upTudhope Park is the next stop on the Northern Heat Rib Series. The inaugural O
City ready for its sticky, smoky close-up
Orillia Packet & Times / Posted 5 days ago
Tudhope Park is the next stop on the Northern Heat Rib Series. The inaugural Orillia Rib Fest will take place this weekend, as thousands of people are expected to enjoy some mouth-watering ribs and various other treats. From live music and... Read more
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BC Local News
DeHart: Yoshioka family members honouredThis week’s column is dedicated to Gerry Mitzel. We have been long-time friends
DeHart: Yoshioka family members honoured
BC Local News / Posted 5 days ago
This week’s column is dedicated to Gerry Mitzel. We have been long-time friends with the Mitzel family dating back to when they purchased and started M & M Meat Shops in Kelowna. Gerry was a dedicated long-time sponsor of the Maxine DeHart, United... Read more
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Kelowna Capital News
DeHart: Yoshioka family members honouredThis week’s column is dedicated to Gerry Mitzel. We have been long-time friends
DeHart: Yoshioka family members honoured
Kelowna Capital News / Posted 5 days ago
This week’s column is dedicated to Gerry Mitzel. We have been long-time friends with the Mitzel family dating back to when they purchased and started M & M Meat Shops in Kelowna. Gerry was a dedicated long-time sponsor of the Maxine DeHart, United... Read more
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Kelowna Capital News
LifeLine Canada to host suicide prevention fundraiserThe LifeLine Canada Foundation will host the inaugural Benefit for Life fundrai
LifeLine Canada to host suicide prevention fundraiser
Kelowna Capital News / Posted 5 days ago
The LifeLine Canada Foundation will host the inaugural Benefit for Life fundraiser Wednesday Sept. 9 at the Manteo Resort’s waterfront ballroom. The event is in conjunction with World Suicide Prevention Day and will benefit The LifeLine Canada... Read more
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Goldstream News Gazette
EDITORIAL: Mental illness is stealing livesLast week a life was lost. A life that could have been saved. We thought that w
EDITORIAL: Mental illness is stealing lives
Goldstream News Gazette / Posted 6 days ago
Last week a life was lost. A life that could have been saved. We thought that was worth taking about. We can only report what we know: emergency crews responded to reports of a despondent person on the Millstream/Trans Canada Highway overpass, just... Read more
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The Globe and Mail
Social service networks struggle to keep up in Peel RegionThis is the third in a four-part series examining support programs and services
Social service networks struggle to keep up in Peel Region
The Globe and Mail / Posted 9 days ago
This is the third in a four-part series examining support programs and services for lower-income residents in Mississauga, Brampton and Caledon – the cities and towns of Peel Region more known for their affluent middle and upper classes than a... Read more
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St. Catharines Standard
Ashley Madison and Niagara's public serviceTo tell you the truth, I was hoping to avoid this column. Not because the issue
Ashley Madison and Niagara's public service
St. Catharines Standard / Posted 9 days ago
To tell you the truth, I was hoping to avoid this column. Not because the issue isn't worth talking about, but because it is covered in a fine, sticky mist of sleaze. I know we live in a culture where the salacious trumps the consequential and... Read more
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Chatham Daily News
Owner charged with arsonA Wheatley woman is facing charges following a local house fire last week. Pat
Owner charged with arson
Chatham Daily News / Posted 9 days ago
A Wheatley woman is facing charges following a local house fire last week. Patricia Whittle, 57, was arrested Thursday and charged with an arson-related offence. Fire crews from Wheatley and Tilbury were dispatched to 21170 Erie St. South just... Read more
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Niagara Falls Review
Ashley Madison and Niagara's public serviceTo tell you the truth, I was hoping to avoid this column. Not because the issue
Ashley Madison and Niagara's public service
Niagara Falls Review / Posted 9 days ago
To tell you the truth, I was hoping to avoid this column. Not because the issue isn't worth talking about, but because it is covered in a fine, sticky mist of sleaze. I know we live in a culture where the salacious trumps the consequential and... Read more
2 related stories
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Welland Tribune
Ashley Madison and Niagara's public serviceTo tell you the truth, I was hoping to avoid this column. Not because the issue
Ashley Madison and Niagara's public service
Welland Tribune / Posted 9 days ago
To tell you the truth, I was hoping to avoid this column. Not because the issue isn't worth talking about, but because it is covered in a fine, sticky mist of sleaze. I know we live in a culture where the salacious trumps the consequential and... Read more
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Sarnia Observer
Remembering Kailee KavanaughWhen looking for an event to serve the dual function of remembering Kailee Kava
Remembering Kailee Kavanaugh
Sarnia Observer / Posted 11 days ago
When looking for an event to serve the dual function of remembering Kailee Kavanaugh and raising awareness of mental health, her family figured a walk/run was the perfect fit. On Sunday, the five-kilometre route will follow the cross-country path... Read more
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Williams Lake Tribune
Generous donations help United Way to help communitiesFinning and Gibraltar Mine are teaming up to host a charity barbecue for United
Generous donations help United Way to help communities
Williams Lake Tribune / Posted 12 days ago
Finning and Gibraltar Mine are teaming up to host a charity barbecue for United Way on Tuesday, Aug. 25 at the Stampede Grounds. Organizers Kirstie Blackall and Krista Murray said they hope it will be an opportunity to promote United Way and the... Read more
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Orillia Packet & Times
Step in the right directionRe: "A call for dental coverage," July 11 Anyone who has suffered the agony of
Step in the right direction
Orillia Packet & Times / Posted 12 days ago
Re: "A call for dental coverage," July 11 Anyone who has suffered the agony of a toothache can understand the importance of preventative dental care. The Sharing Place food bank supports the Simcoe Muskoka District Health Unit stance that basic... Read more
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Vernon Morning Star
Mental Health seeks barbecueWhere’s the beef? Well, it’s not exactly where’s the beef, but more where’s th
Mental Health seeks barbecue
Vernon Morning Star / Posted 14 days ago
Where’s the beef? Well, it’s not exactly where’s the beef, but more where’s the barbecue? The Canadian Mental Health Association (CMHA) in Vernon prepares five nutritious meals per week and serves between 35 to 45 people lunch. “Being that it’s... Read more
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Kelowna Capital News
These men give a damn, and give moneyThe success of the 100 Men Who Give a Damn!, a group of men who want to give ba
These men give a damn, and give money
Kelowna Capital News / Posted 16 days ago
The success of the 100 Men Who Give a Damn!, a group of men who want to give back to their community but have limited time, has grown to 210 members and counting. Earlier this week,more than 140 members of the group had the opportunity to hear... Read more
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The Brantford Expositor
Project Semicolon aims to leave an impressionThe story showed up in my Facebook news feed. It was tucked between a piece ab
Project Semicolon aims to leave an impression
The Brantford Expositor / Posted 24 days ago
The story showed up in my Facebook news feed. It was tucked between a piece about the newest allegations against Bill Cosby and a "newsflash" about the federal election. It started: "For those who suffer from depression "¦ from bullying "¦ from... Read more
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Vernon Morning Star
Suicide loss prompts supportThe hurt and isolation is overwhelming but there is help for those impacted by
Suicide loss prompts support
Vernon Morning Star / Posted 25 days ago
The hurt and isolation is overwhelming but there is help for those impacted by suicide. The Canadian Mental Health Association is currently taking registrations for its Healing After Suicide Loss support group. “Any loss is difficult but when the... Read more
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The Sault Star
'I was so overwhelmed'It could be dubbed body art to benefit the mind. Two Sault Ste. Marie mental h
'I was so overwhelmed'
The Sault Star / Posted a month ago
It could be dubbed body art to benefit the mind. Two Sault Ste. Marie mental health groups will benefit — to the tune of $6,000 — thanks to Project Semicolon, which saw more than 400 receive small semicolon tattoos last Friday and... Read more

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