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Online mental health support is breaking down barriers. We look at the potential of artificial intelligence and strategies for avoiding the pitfalls

The Opening Minds brand is seeking a Creative and Digital partner to support them in ongoing marketing efforts.

Parents and carers are often some of the most trusted adults in a young person’s life, and are an important source of information and support. For this reason, it is…

National Indigenous Peoples Day takes place each year on June 21st, and is dedicated to celebrating the rich diversity, history, resilience, and culture of Indigenous Peoples. Over 1.8 million people in Canada identify as First Nations, Inuit, and Métis, each with unique traditions, cultures, and languages spoken.

As schools take on tech giants, experts weigh in on the broader implications of excessive screen time on youth mental health.

Mental Health and the High Cost of Living – Highlights The high cost of living in Canada has led to increased financial insecurity, pressures on food and housing affordability, and…

At 26, Gillian Corsiatto of Red Deer, Alta., is a published author – her debut novel, Duck Light, asks the serious question: “How can one break free of societal expectations?” More books and plays are underway. She’s also been a keen improv performer with Bullskit Comedy.

Writing Your Raw Reality: Stephanie Kain’s novel changes the narrative on supporting someone with mental illness.

The Roots of Hope model builds on community expertise to implement suicide prevention and life promotion initiatives based on 5 pillars of action and 13 guiding principles. Since the launch…