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BC Local News
World-renowned cyclists join Berry Architecture Community Wellness RideRide. Tyler Hamilton and Alex Stieda will be in Red Deer Aug. 19 for the ninth
BC Local News / Posted yesterday
Ride. Tyler Hamilton and Alex Stieda will be in Red Deer Aug. 19 for the ninth annual event, which raises money for the Canadian Mental Health Association, Central Alberta Region and the Central Alberta Brain Society. It's been a few years... Read more
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BC Local News
Picnic promotes pridethe picnic. "Furthermore, the definition of family is continually evolving; it
BC Local News / Posted yesterday
the picnic. "Furthermore, the definition of family is continually evolving; it is best to leave the door open." Kindale, Canadian Mental Health Association and the Shuswap Children's Association are among the groups that will attend the... Read more
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Sicamous Eagle Valley News
Picnic promotes pridethe picnic. “Furthermore, the definition of family is continually evolving; it
Sicamous Eagle Valley News / Posted yesterday
the picnic. “Furthermore, the definition of family is continually evolving; it is best to leave the door open.” Kindale, Canadian Mental Health Association and the Shuswap Children’s Association are among the groups that will attend the... Read more
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Salmon Arm Observer
Picnic promotes pridethe picnic. “Furthermore, the definition of family is continually evolving; it
Salmon Arm Observer / Posted yesterday
the picnic. “Furthermore, the definition of family is continually evolving; it is best to leave the door open.” Kindale, Canadian Mental Health Association and the Shuswap Children’s Association are among the groups that will attend the... Read more
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BC Local News
Picnic promotes pridethe picnic. "Furthermore, the definition of family is continually evolving; it
BC Local News / Posted yesterday
the picnic. "Furthermore, the definition of family is continually evolving; it is best to leave the door open." Kindale, Canadian Mental Health Association and the Shuswap Children's Association are among the groups that will attend the... Read more
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Salmon Arm Observer
Picnic promotes pridethe picnic. “Furthermore, the definition of family is continually evolving; it
Salmon Arm Observer / Posted yesterday
the picnic. “Furthermore, the definition of family is continually evolving; it is best to leave the door open.” Kindale, Canadian Mental Health Association and the Shuswap Children’s Association are among the groups that will attend the... Read more
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Sicamous Eagle Valley News
Picnic promotes pridethe picnic. “Furthermore, the definition of family is continually evolving; it
Sicamous Eagle Valley News / Posted yesterday
the picnic. “Furthermore, the definition of family is continually evolving; it is best to leave the door open.” Kindale, Canadian Mental Health Association and the Shuswap Children’s Association are among the groups that will attend the... Read more
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BC Local News
Foundry fundraising meets $2 million goalKelowna. That was the word from Doug Rankmore, CEO of the KGH Foundation and S
BC Local News / Posted 2 days ago
Kelowna. That was the word from Doug Rankmore, CEO of the KGH Foundation and Shelagh Turner, executive director of the Canadian Mental Health Association (CMHA) in Kelowna in announcing the completion of a fundraising partnership between two... Read more
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Lake Country Calendar
Foundry fundraising meets $2 million goalKelowna. That was the word from Doug Rankmore, CEO of the KGH Foundation and S
Lake Country Calendar / Posted 2 days ago
Kelowna. That was the word from Doug Rankmore, CEO of the KGH Foundation and Shelagh Turner, executive director of the Canadian Mental Health Association (CMHA) in Kelowna in announcing the completion of a fundraising partnership between two... Read more
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Kelowna Capital News
Foundry fundraising meets $2 million goalthe opening of Foundry Kelowna.” – Doug Rankmore, CEO of the KGH Foundation and
Kelowna Capital News / Posted 2 days ago
the opening of Foundry Kelowna.” – Doug Rankmore, CEO of the KGH Foundation and Shelagh Turner, Executive Director of the Canadian Mental Health Association (CMHA) Kelowna. A first-of-its-kind fundraising partnership between two local, non-profit... Read more
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Quesnel Cariboo Observer
Hockey humanitarian Myles Mattila joins KIJHL, spreads word on mental healthto raise awareness.” Mattila’s move to Kelowna brings new challenges for his h
Quesnel Cariboo Observer / Posted 3 days ago
to raise awareness.” Mattila’s move to Kelowna brings new challenges for his humanitarian work. He has partnered with the Canadian Mental Health Association (CMHA) in Kelowna, and hopes to work with Foundry, a youth wellness organization supported... Read more
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St. Catharines Standard
GOULBOURNE: Recognize mental health issues, referand activities.” So, if you see someone exhibiting “reduced abilities” over ti
St. Catharines Standard / Posted 4 days ago
and activities.” So, if you see someone exhibiting “reduced abilities” over time what can you do? Luckily we have the Canadian Mental Health Association Niagara branch with locations in St. Catharines, Niagara Falls, Fort Erie and Welland... Read more
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Niagara Falls Review
GOULBOURNE: Recognize mental health issues, referand activities.” So, if you see someone exhibiting “reduced abilities” over ti
Niagara Falls Review / Posted 4 days ago
and activities.” So, if you see someone exhibiting “reduced abilities” over time what can you do? Luckily we have the Canadian Mental Health Association Niagara branch with locations in St. Catharines, Niagara Falls, Fort Erie and Welland... Read more
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Welland Tribune
GOULBOURNE: Recognize mental health issues, referand activities.” So, if you see someone exhibiting “reduced abilities” over ti
Welland Tribune / Posted 4 days ago
and activities.” So, if you see someone exhibiting “reduced abilities” over time what can you do? Luckily we have the Canadian Mental Health Association Niagara branch with locations in St. Catharines, Niagara Falls, Fort Erie and Welland... Read more
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Kelowna Capital News
Kelowna’s volunteer spirit alive and wellhas had a variety of roles and gained valuable experience with organizations li
Kelowna Capital News / Posted 5 days ago
has had a variety of roles and gained valuable experience with organizations like Canadian Blood Services (CBS), Canadian Mental Health Association (CMHA), Kelowna General Hospital (KGH), the Society for the Arts in Dementia Care, and... Read more
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BC Local News
Happening: week of July 20are welcome. Books are provided. • Supporting Family Resilience Group: Wednesd
BC Local News / Posted 8 days ago
are welcome. Books are provided. • Supporting Family Resilience Group: Wednesdays, 7 p.m. to 9 p.m.; Delta office - Canadian Mental Health Association Vancouver-Fraser, 4871 Delta St.; The Canadian Mental Health Association Vancouver-Fraser... Read more
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St. Catharines Standard
Police mental health program needs more fundingthe Niagara Regional Police better manage mental health calls, says the program
St. Catharines Standard / Posted 10 days ago
the Niagara Regional Police better manage mental health calls, says the program manager of the St. Catharines branch of the Canadian Mental Health Association. “It is absolutely a conversation we need to be having as a community,” said Kelly... Read more
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Niagara Falls Review
Police mental health program needs more fundingthe Niagara Regional Police better manage mental health calls, says the program
Niagara Falls Review / Posted 10 days ago
the Niagara Regional Police better manage mental health calls, says the program manager of the St. Catharines branch of the Canadian Mental Health Association. “It is absolutely a conversation we need to be having as a community,” said Kelly... Read more
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Welland Tribune
Police mental health program needs more fundingthe Niagara Regional Police better manage mental health calls, says the program
Welland Tribune / Posted 10 days ago
the Niagara Regional Police better manage mental health calls, says the program manager of the St. Catharines branch of the Canadian Mental Health Association. “It is absolutely a conversation we need to be having as a community,” said Kelly... Read more
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Belleville Intelligencer
Help in dark timesServices-Hastings Prince Edward • Clinical counselling for ages 16 and older
Belleville Intelligencer / Posted 15 days ago
Services-Hastings Prince Edward • Clinical counselling for ages 16 and older • Call Open Line, Open Mind for a referral. Canadian Mental Health Association – Hastings and Prince Edward Branch • Free counselling for adults older than 24. •... Read more
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Barrie Examiner
Barrie legion runs lotterySociety of Simcoe County, Hospice Simcoe, the Canadian Peacekeeping Veterans As
Barrie Examiner / Posted 15 days ago
Society of Simcoe County, Hospice Simcoe, the Canadian Peacekeeping Veterans Association, Ontario Special Olympics and the Canadian Mental Health Association have all been recipients since the Catch the Ace lottery began on Jan. 1. Known as the... Read more
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CTV News
Sheriff delivers heartbreaking message after deputy dies by suicidehis big personality,” Woods said. Canadians looking for help can contact the f
CTV News / Posted 15 days ago
his big personality,” Woods said. Canadians looking for help can contact the following organizations: 1-800-668-6868 Canadian Mental Health Association 613-745-7750 Mental Health Commission 613-683-3755 Collateral... Read more
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CBC.ca
After teen's family shared tragic story of suicide, you opened up with your ownto be so. The only way to change it is to scream long, loud and hard until the
CBC.ca / Posted 17 days ago
to be so. The only way to change it is to scream long, loud and hard until the hospitals start to listen, until [the Canadian Mental Health Association] starts to listen, until all services involved start to listen. My heart goes out to... Read more
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Woodstock Sentinel-Review
Marshall tourney returnswill have proceeds go to the Parkinson Society Southwestern Ontario. The last t
Woodstock Sentinel-Review / Posted 22 days ago
will have proceeds go to the Parkinson Society Southwestern Ontario. The last two years saw $12,700 raised for the Canadian Mental Health Association. Money was also raised for the Innerkip Parks and Recreation Committee in 2014. In the... Read more
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Lake Cowichan Gazette
Officials stepping up to collect growing number of discarded needles in Cowichantreatment options, Island Health says. So, what’s happening that’s different?
Lake Cowichan Gazette / Posted 22 days ago
treatment options, Island Health says. So, what’s happening that’s different? A new needle sweep service will see the Canadian Mental Health Association, in partnership with Island Health, collecting sharps seven days per week for an initial... Read more
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Penticton Western News
Foundry fundraising nearing its goalHospital. “This was a new endeavour for us to do this and work in partnership
Penticton Western News / Posted 22 days ago
Hospital. “This was a new endeavour for us to do this and work in partnership with an outside agency, in this case the Canadian Mental Health Association which has been fantastic to work with,” he said. Rankmore added mental health is an issue... Read more
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Kelowna Capital News
Foundry fundraising nearing its goalHospital. “This was a new endeavour for us to do this and work in partnership
Kelowna Capital News / Posted 22 days ago
Hospital. “This was a new endeavour for us to do this and work in partnership with an outside agency, in this case the Canadian Mental Health Association which has been fantastic to work with,” he said. Rankmore added mental health is an issue... Read more
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Lake Country Calendar
Foundry fundraising nearing its goalHospital. “This was a new endeavour for us to do this and work in partnership
Lake Country Calendar / Posted 22 days ago
Hospital. “This was a new endeavour for us to do this and work in partnership with an outside agency, in this case the Canadian Mental Health Association which has been fantastic to work with,” he said. Rankmore added mental health is an issue... Read more
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Vernon Morning Star
Ride Don’t Hide raises to firsthad made a suicide attempt and 12 per cent gave it serious thought. Ride Don’t
Vernon Morning Star / Posted 23 days ago
had made a suicide attempt and 12 per cent gave it serious thought. Ride Don’t Hide is an annual fundraiser hosted by the Canadian Mental Health Association (CMHA) in support of mental health and with the goal to end the stigma around mental... Read more
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Lake Country Calendar
Ride Don’t Hide raises to firsthad made a suicide attempt and 12 per cent gave it serious thought. Ride Don’t
Lake Country Calendar / Posted 23 days ago
had made a suicide attempt and 12 per cent gave it serious thought. Ride Don’t Hide is an annual fundraiser hosted by the Canadian Mental Health Association (CMHA) in support of mental health and with the goal to end the stigma around mental... Read more
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Williams Lake Tribune
Museum building to become new Jubilee House location in Williams Lakein Williams Lake, has decided to renovate the former Museum of the Cariboo Chil
Williams Lake Tribune / Posted 23 days ago
in Williams Lake, has decided to renovate the former Museum of the Cariboo Chilcotin to make a home for Jubilee House, a Canadian Mental Health Association care home for people living with mental illness. Originally the museum building was going... Read more
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BC Local News
Opioid crisis spurs open house in Duncan ThursdayCommunity Health Network members will be joined by BC Ambulance personnel, the
BC Local News / Posted 24 days ago
Community Health Network members will be joined by BC Ambulance personnel, the RCMP, and staff from Island Health and the Canadian Mental Health Association as well as other community partners. They'll talk about "the full continuum; prevention,... Read more
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Lake Cowichan Gazette
Opioid crisis spurs open house in Duncan ThursdayCommunity Health Network members will be joined by BC Ambulance personnel, the
Lake Cowichan Gazette / Posted 24 days ago
Community Health Network members will be joined by BC Ambulance personnel, the RCMP, and staff from Island Health and the Canadian Mental Health Association as well as other community partners. They’ll talk about “the full continuum; prevention,... Read more
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Chatham Daily News
Library advisors to help navigate online servicespair is reaching out to community partners such as other agencies like Salvatio
Chatham Daily News / Posted 24 days ago
pair is reaching out to community partners such as other agencies like Salvation Army, Chatham Outreach for Hunger, Canadian Mental Health Association, and the Chatham Kent Women's Centre to let their clients know that this new program is... Read more
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CBC.ca
Painful memories could be erased, new study saysor other violent crime of some kind, for example," said Mark Henick, national d
CBC.ca / Posted 25 days ago
or other violent crime of some kind, for example," said Mark Henick, national director of strategic initiatives at the Canadian Mental Health Association. He said there is evidence that intervening in the immediate aftermath of a traumatic... Read more
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Williams Lake Tribune
4 Directions Festival filled with fun for the whole familyto share and learn something new in a setting of friendship and respect,” said
Williams Lake Tribune / Posted 29 days ago
to share and learn something new in a setting of friendship and respect,” said Shah, multi-cultural co-ordinator with the Canadian Mental Health Association Cariboo Chilcotin Branch. She said bamboo poles and sarongs are available if anyone from... Read more
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Vernon Morning Star
City focuses on mental healthThe City of Vernon is taking steps to improve mental health among its employees
Vernon Morning Star / Posted 29 days ago
The City of Vernon is taking steps to improve mental health among its employees. The city has partnered with the Canadian Mental Health Association to promote mental health and wellness for staff. “It is about ensuring that they have the tools,... Read more

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