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“People with bipolar disorder can thrive”: World Bipolar Day Q&A

Bipolar disorder, affecting approximately 60 million people worldwide, is a mental illness characterized by mood fluctuations. Those living with bipolar disorder experience episodes of depression and episodes of mania. An…

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“People with bipolar disorder can thrive”: World Bipolar Day Q&A

Supporting Mental Health at Work: Strategies for Employers and Employees

Over the past several years, there has been a notable shift in awareness and acknowledgment of the significance of mental health in the workplace. Employers recognize that prioritizing mental health…

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Supporting Mental Health at Work: Strategies for Employers and Employees

Sleep Country sheds light on the impact of Daylight Saving Time on sleep and mental health during Sleep Awareness Month

Sleep Country Canada launches the “Hour Back Pledge” and supports Canadian Mental Health Association to inspire Canadians to regulate their sleep habits during Daylight Saving Time. TORONTO, March 4, 2024 –…

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Sleep Country sheds light on the impact of Daylight Saving Time on sleep and mental health during Sleep Awareness Month

Youth and Self-harm

People cope with difficult thoughts, feelings, or situations in different ways. Some people cope by injuring themselves on purpose—and it may be the only way for them to feel better….

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Youth and Self-harm
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Mental Health Week

This year’s Mental Health Week – centered on the healing power of compassion – emphasizes that kindness is a vital part of our humanity.

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Showing Up Together

When things are tough, we need to know we’re not alone. We all need someone to show up for us. Showing up isn’t always easy, but it is simple – when we show up together.

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Care after the Call

The Canadian Mental Health Association is urging the federal government to ensure that people who call the 9-8-8 crisis line receive “Care after the Call.”

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Joint Statement from Members of the Child and Youth Mental Health Sector and its Stakeholders

Youth and the dedicated workers supporting them are struggling – and the pandemic has only exacerbated this.

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The Burnout Crisis: A Call to Invest in ECE and Child and Youth Workers

A new report looking at burnout among Early Childhood Educators and youth workers.

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Mentally healthy workplaces invest in their employees

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