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Sleep Country sheds light on the impact of Daylight Saving Time on sleep and mental health during Sleep Awareness Month
Mar 4th, 2024

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 –…

Youth and Self-harm
Feb 29th, 2024

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….

A push for better mental health
Feb 27th, 2024

This month, we challenged you to join us in pushing for better mental health by participating in The Push-Up Challenge – a new-to-Canada initiative aimed at raising awareness and funds…

February is Black History Month
Feb 1st, 2024

This year’s theme, “Black Excellence: A Heritage to Celebrate; a Future to Build,” is a celebration of the rich contributions and accomplishments of Black people in Canada, both past and present. It encourages…

Winter Blues or something more? Understanding Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD)
Jan 24th, 2024

If you’ve been finding yourself feeling down this winter, you’re not alone. January and February have reputations for being some of the least favorable months when it comes to mental…

2,000 push-ups in 23 days: Are you up for the Challenge, Canada?
Jan 23rd, 2024

The Push-Up Challenge and Canadian Mental Health Association rally the support of Canadians in their push for better mental health this February. (TORONTO, ON) – January 2024 – This February,…

Nurturing connection: the true gift the holiday season brings
Dec 18th, 2023

It’s officially the holidays. The time of year that provides the opportunity to connect with family and friends (both near and far), and our communities. It’s the time of year…

CMHA welcomes the creation of 9-8-8, the three-digit suicide prevention line
Nov 30th, 2023

Ten CMHAs join network of service providers for the national crisis line Toronto, ON (November 30, 2023) – Beginning today, people anywhere in Canada can call and text 9-8-8 if…