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2015/07/30 21:46
2015/07/30 21:46
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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...
2015/07/30 21:46
2015/07/30 21:46
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2015/07/24 15:46
2015/07/24 15:46
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Melissa Cutler receives a semicolon tattoo from artitst and Blueprint Ink Parlour owner Brad Dicandia Friday morning at the Trunk Road shop. Cutler, 22, a vocal proponent of mental health awareness,...
2015/07/23 20:42
2015/07/23 20:42
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Suicide nor depression discriminates — it can happen to anyone. That’s the message a Belleville family is trying to send while struggling to deal with the loss of their son and brother, Evan...
2015/07/21 02:48
2015/07/21 02:48
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Growing up, Vincent Bolt felt alone and depressed at times. Easy enough to understand -- the hearts of many teenagers can be shrouded by feelings of isolation -- but at 14, the now 26-year-old...
2015/07/21 01:48
2015/07/21 01:48
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Many people have limited contact with the Sudbury and District Health Unit beyond immunization and water quality testing. The SDHU's 2014 annual report, Public Health: It's in Your Interest, will...
2015/07/20 21:13
2015/07/20 21:13
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They are piled in stacks, half-way to the ceiling. Simple chairs, wrapped mattresses, chest-of-drawers and end-tables, interlocked like pieces of a puzzle. The is the scene inside Niagara Furniture...
2015/07/17 22:35
2015/07/17 22:35
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Three properties have been identified as the potential location for a new men's and women's homeless shelter in the city. Glenn Wagner, chair of the Lighthouse Christian Ministries shelter and soup...
2015/07/15 21:24
2015/07/15 21:24
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In an effort to raise awareness, Record editor Terry Farrell recently had an in-depth discussion with a couple of St. Joseph’s Hospital’s most respected authorities in the field of teen distress....
2015/07/15 14:15
2015/07/15 14:15
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For four-year-old Stephanie Morris it has become a kind of daily routine. Now that she’s out of school, she can’t walk by Front St. between Frank and Thomas St. without stopping by to play the...
2015/07/15 03:48
2015/07/15 03:48
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The Canadian Mental Health Association will ask the Salvation Army to change the abstinence-only policy at its men's shelter to accommodate a 15-bed harm reduction home on Larch Street. The CMHA is...
2015/07/15 03:48
2015/07/15 03:48
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Lindy Rosko had a key message for 90 people attending a visioning day on Tuesday to determine what a harm reduction residence would look like in Sudbury. Have hope that things may not change as...
2015/07/14 17:42
2015/07/14 17:42
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These women want to make an unexpected difference in the lives of local charities. The women – who make up the 100+ Women Who Care Quinte – are looking to make a simple, but effective, impact on the...
2015/07/10 20:31
2015/07/10 20:31
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Every Friday, Torontoist provides a not-so-scientific roundup of the best people, places and things to check out over the weekend. The result: The Big Five. Photo from event’s Facebook page, linked...
2015/07/09 14:29
2015/07/09 14:29
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On Thursday, representatives from the African Canadian Legal Clinic (ACLC), the Canadian Mental Health Association, the Urban Alliance on Race Relations, Black Lives Matter Toronto, the Anti-Black...
2015/07/09 05:13
2015/07/09 05:13
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The Quebec Rebelles Seniors and the Etobicoke Eagles came away with top prizes at the 12th annual Gord Marshall Memorial Ladies’ Fastball Tournament last weekend in Innerkip at the Innerkip Sports...
2015/07/07 23:35
2015/07/07 23:35
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A new partnership between Orillia OPP and the local branch of the Canadian Mental Health Association (CMHA) means fewer people are going to the hospital when police respond to mental-health calls. In...
2015/07/07 15:10
2015/07/07 15:10
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The new detachment commander at South Bruce OPP Kincardine has a focus on community safety going into her tenure. Inspector Dana Earley replaces inspector Scott Smith, who had spent a few years in...
2015/07/06 01:48
2015/07/06 01:48
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It never fails. Every time Tina Ranta speaks with representatives from social and other agencies who work in addictions and mental health, they can offer the name of someone who would benefit from a...
2015/07/03 04:48
2015/07/03 04:48
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Marian Quigley isn't going to let having to find a new location for a managed alcohol program deter her or curb her enthusiasm for the shelter. It could take up to three years to conduct an...
2015/07/02 22:13
2015/07/02 22:13
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To hear Lindsay Galipeau talk about it, riding shotgun with a police officer three nights a week is just another day at the office. True she has to wear a bullet-proof vest. And she had to take use...
2015/07/30 21:46
2015/07/30 21:46
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