Podcast
Redeye Collective | A new short film documents the challenges faced by homeless people in Inuvik in the Canadian Arctic.
News
Tania Ehret | Tania Ehret checks back in on the issue of activist burnout and more specifically positive tools the activist community can use to break the silence on burnout.
Podcast
Larry Pegg - Before and Afterlife: The Theory of Positivity
Lynn Thompson | In December 2007 the lives of many, primarily Larry Pegg and his family, were forever transformed by the unexpected loss of the older of two daughters to suicide.
News
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April Diamond Dutheil | Alan Lore works with the Haida Family and Child Services Society (HFCSS) to counsel and mentor island youth.
Podcast
Redeye Collective | The Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders is published by the American Psychiatric Association. The publication of the new DSM-5 this spring has mental health professionals worried.
Podcast
Irwin Oostindie, Alfonso Osorio | MLA, Shane Simpson, on social housing, mental health and addiction, the DTES and the upcoming B.C. election.
News
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Dave Coles | The pressure applied by unions on employers and governments to make workplaces safe must include advocacy for adequate recognition of and support for mental health issues.
Podcast
Capitalism, Mental Health, and the NBA: The Story of Royce White
Riaz Sayani-Mulji | Nathan Kalman-Lamb speaks to the controversy around NBA player Royce White and his request for accommodations for his generalized anxiety disorder.
Blog
Nora Loreto | A response to the Queen's commission on mental health and wellness.
Podcast
Redeye Collective | David Eby is the outgoing executive director of the BC Civil Liberties Association. He was the final speaker at a forum looking at the challenges facing the new Office of Independent Investigations.
Podcast
Redeye Collective | A far-reaching study in five cities across Canada is looking at what strategies are most effective for stabilizing the lives of homeless people with mental illness.
News
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Jordy Cummings | With a spate of teen suicides, cyber-bullying, and the backlash of the far-right against anti-bullying programmes, bullying has moved from a schoolyard descriptor into a term of public policy.