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#308conversations – It’s time to start talking about suicide prevention

Description: This informative 30-minute webinar provided an overview of what the MHCC is doing to prevent suicide, and explained what #308conversations is all about. At a glance, #308conversations is a grassroots campaign spearheaded by the MHCC that invites each of Canada’s 308 Members of Parliament to lead a conversation in their ridings about suicide prevention, postvention, and intervention.

Speaker: Stephanie Machel, Project Director, Suicide Prevention, Mental Health Commission of Canada

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