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Many of our leaders who have taken the training are in a position where they can have conversations about mental well-being and are equipped with the tools to recognize when somebody may be struggling.

In Saskatchewan, Kindergarten to Grade 12 (K-12) education is a shared responsibility between the Ministry of Education, under the authority of the Minister of Education, and locally elected boards of education. There are 27 school divisions in Saskatchewan, including public school divisions, separate school divisions, and the francophone school division.

Even  children  can  struggle with mental health challenges.  But how do you explain mental health to children in an age-appropriate way?  It’s got to be engaging, it’s got to be fun, and it’s got to be relevant. My 10-year-old son gets a lot of mental health messaging from me, his “StigmaCrusher” mom, but I’m “just his mom” so I lean on the power of media.

The Saskatchewan Roughrider Foundation is partnering with the Mental Health Commission of Canada (MHCC) to bring The Working Mind Sports training to all varsity football athletes in Saskatchewan.

The busy holiday season can be challenging for retail and hospitality workers. Supporting the mental health of these workers can help make their workplace safer and healthier for everyone. To…

As a retail or hospitality worker, you often face challenges during the holiday season. While these past few years have been especially difficult, you can still help your workplace become…

During the busy holiday season, the mental health of retail and hospitality workers should be an organization’s central focus. With all the changes they’ve endured over the past few years,…

Recent events have highlighted the need for change in how we do business, manage operations, and provide psychological safe space for the workforce. What we perceived as “working” before, it would seem, is no longer working.

It’s clear that something is not right. What do you do? Maybe nothing – after all, this is none of your business, right? But wait, if someone needs help, you want to be supportive. Then you remember your mental health first aid training, and you know the next step is to reach out. But how?