The Unifor Social Justice Fund has donated $100,000 to Save the Children Canada to launch the ‘Journey of Hope’ program in Cat Lake First Nation, to provide mental health support to children.
"The Achiever Fever Cure" -- Claire Booth talks to David Peck about how the drive to succeed can be both good and bad.
Director Leif Kaldor explores the effects of the "airpocalypse" on human health ranging from asthma to DNA change and dementia. He talks to Face2Face host David Peck.
'Living in HOpe' is the culmination of more than a year of filming at The HOpe Centre in North Vancouver, offering viewers a challenge to rethink how we perceive people living with mental illness.
Change means fewer barriers to workers’ compensation benefits for those impacted by violence and other work-related trauma
Recent research into opioid users, overdose victims, and opioid deaths is shedding light on this problem from a population level.
Filmmaker Camilla Strøm Henriksen talks to David Peck talk about childhood stories, neglect, mental health issues, and making better choices.
Electroshock has been proven to be sexist, ineffective, and brain-damaging. A lawsuit for damages against the shock machine manufacturers has just led to a settlement. What follows is a hunger strike.
Canada's treatment of Indigenous people constitutes genocide, including "mental health services." Much of it is also deeply misogynous. It's time to name it for what it is and effect real change.
The next time you hear about someone wounding or killing five or 10 or 15 people in a community in Canada or the United States you won't even have to think about one aspect of it.