The prioritization of physical health versus mental health is an issue of contention in today’s society.
As Bell Let’s Talk day approaches I realize that everybody has problems in their life. There isn’t a single person on this planet that isn’t struggling with something in their life, myself included. We’re all battling something different in life.
This day, June 28, is often what is said to have been the catalyst for what we know today as LGBTQ Pride Movements, and is also why pride festivals and events tend to take place during June and July.
Last year a group of youth partnered with mindyourmind and Vanier and created a feedback tool called "Be Heard".
This week marks a mammoth 65 years since the introduction of Mental Health Week (MHW) by the Canadian Mental Health Association (CMHA).
Katy Boychuk, Intercultural Education Specialist
What does mental health mean to you?
I came across a young person’s story online about being embarrassed to reach out for help for their depression and how they thought they were the only person on earth that f
Also known as “Multiple Personality Day”.
Group projects don’t have the best reputation out there (here’s to looking at you, high school).