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Jase Tanner | Tracy Draper, program coordinator of the Western Aboriginal Harm Reduction Society, speaks about the organization's work and reflects on what's needed to address the issues faced by her community.
Podcast
Image: JA Productions. Used with permission.
David Peck | Anastasia Phillips talks about her new film "Tammy's Always Dying," focusing on mental health issues, families, and why she never judges a character she plays on film.
Podcast
Feminist art in a digital age
Scott Neigh | Hana Shafi, aka Frizz Kid, talks about her art, her poetry, and her feminist politics.
Podcast
Image Copyright: Icelandic Film Company and Baldvin Z. Used with permission.
Face2Face | "Let Me Fall" is a beautiful and challenging new film about drug addiction, responsibility, life-changing moments, choice and why everything we do has a consequence that can affect others.
Blog
Image: Getty Images/Ramin Talaie
Vanessa Brcic | The enculturation of fear and hatred helps people avoid confronting suffering with a veil of illusory self-protection.
Podcast
Redeye Collective | There are encouraging signs that the Liberal government will take a radically different approach to harm reduction. Pivot Legal says prescription heroin is a crucial tool in addiction treatment.
Blog
Photo: rick/flickr
Cheryl Lysy | Keeping the Manitoba Liquor Control Commission public benefits not only employees and customers, but those accessing different health-care and addiction programs in Manitoba.
Podcast
Maureen Palmer on Addiction, Empathy and Compassionate Based Evidence Care
Face2Face | Maureen talks about her film Wasted, alcoholism, compassionate evidence-based care, why she might have too much empathy and how the world of medicine is changing when it comes to treating addiction.
Blog
Image: Charles Hollman/flickr
Marc Lee | On the campaign trail, Stephen Harper is repeating assertions that relaxing pot laws will lead to terrible things. But the real debate is whether we should decriminalize or legalize it.
Blog
Meghan Murphy | What the newly released documentary about Amy Winehouse shows is not a helpless addict but an individualistic and uncompassionate culture.
Book Review
Lauren Scott | Jesse Gilmour explores the father-son relationship in the most extreme of terms. What will a father do for a son, and what will a son ask of a father?
Blog
Photo: BC Gov Photos/flickr
Jonathan Chapnick | Yesterday was Bell Let's Talk Day 2015 for mental health. But despite all the "talking" yesterday, there was something missing, particularly in relation to the discussion around workplace health.