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2015/05/23 16:24
2015/05/23 16:24
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This is the second in a two-part series. Part One, which documents the challenges faced by several local Abbotsford parents to get help for their children, can be read here. In 2008, the province was...
2015/05/23 16:24
2015/05/23 16:24
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2015/05/23 00:56
2015/05/23 00:56
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On May 14 the Queen City was delighted to receive a visit from the Lieutenant Governor of British Columbia, Judith Guichon. Her Honour was an energetic and inquisitive guest and she enjoyed meeting...
2015/05/22 21:40
2015/05/22 21:40
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General practitioner Dr. Saadia Hameed (centre) works in a family health team in London, Ont., that includes access to a social worker, a mental health nurse, and the weekly support of a psychiatrist....
2015/05/20 18:29
2015/05/20 18:29
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Imagine this: One day you develop a sharp back pain. Like most you wait a bit to see if things get worse or improve. You might research for possible answers or ask family or friend advice. With no...
2015/05/20 08:34
2015/05/20 08:34
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... thinks he’s sick again.” “She hears voices.” “They’re crazy.” These whisperings down the hall at high school are what many teens living with a mental illness have to bear. Whether it’s...
2015/05/19 17:44
2015/05/19 17:44
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Maple Ridge council approved last week contracts to hire four outreach workers for six months as the city tries to deal with homelessness. One contract is with Alouette Addiction Services for $74,800...
2015/05/17 19:13
2015/05/17 19:13
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The Canadian Mental Health Association is hoping both cyclists and non-cyclists will take part in the fourth annual Ride Don’t Hide community bike ride on June 21. The event is designed to raise...
2015/05/16 22:29
2015/05/16 22:29
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... current medical review process is difficult for both for service providers and clients to navigate,” said Camille Quenneville, of the Canadian Mental Health Association, Ontario. “As nearly half...
2015/05/12 20:13
2015/05/12 20:13
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The Oxford County Rainbow Coalition wants members of the community to take a stand against homophobia and transphobia at their third annual community walk events in Tillsonburg and Woodstock. Since...
2015/05/12 17:48
2015/05/12 17:48
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... Submitted by Kodiak council On April 29, St. Martin de Porres held the first Annual Kodiaks Kick the Stigma human foosball tournament in support of the Canadian Mental Health Association. As this...
2015/05/08 22:46
2015/05/08 22:46
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Yes, police calls to the Gore Street area have dipped over the past year, preserving precious law-enforcement hours and, no doubt, saving taxpayer dollars. And if this has anything to do with the...
2015/05/08 17:42
2015/05/08 17:42
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Once in a great while, this rambling space generates a goodly number of direct, e-mailed responses. This past week brought a virtual torrent, interestingly enough signed and direct, via the e-mail...
2015/05/07 22:10
2015/05/07 22:10
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Breaking the stigma surrounding mental health issues is why the organization We C.A.R.E. hosted an event for youth in Walkerton on May 7, 2015, in conjunction with Mental Health Week. The event was...
2015/05/06 08:34
2015/05/06 08:34
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As much as we believe society has evolved, we hold on to some age-old stereotypes. Among them is that little boys shouldn’t cry and men are in control of their emotions. Doing anything else is a sign...
2015/05/06 02:13
2015/05/06 02:13
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They’re executives, mothers, nurses, partners, lawyers, and community volunteers. The women in Oxford County wear many hats, but oftentimes they're so busy tending to others they forget to take of...
2015/05/05 23:19
2015/05/05 23:19
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Sharon Evans, President of the BC Schizophrenia Society (BCSS), is bringing some elephants along with her during the Move to Defeat Depression walk on May 9. The elephants may be hard to see due to...
2015/05/05 01:57
2015/05/05 01:57
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Help is just a click away for young people looking for help to battle a mental health problem. Hopemore.ca is a new website specifically designed for young people who need information about their...
2015/05/05 00:44
2015/05/05 00:44
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Sometimes people fall down and it’s too hard to get up. That’s when the Maurice Rollins Centre of Hope comes into play — now having its doors wide open to those who feel everything is closed, those...
2015/05/04 23:56
2015/05/04 23:56
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Mountain Brow closed Mountain Brow Boulevard from Mohawk Road to Broker Drive will be closed for about one month beginning Tuesday, May 5. The city's public works department will close Mountain Brow...
2015/05/04 19:24
2015/05/04 19:24
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Submitted by Nancy Daley Fulton CMHA-F.F. The mental well-being of all Canadians is important. Mental Health Week is a time for the Canadian Mental Health Association to raise awareness about the...
2015/05/23 16:24
2015/05/23 16:24
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