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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.
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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.
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Michael Laxer | We need to tell our stories of those we have lost to suicide.
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Tania Ehret | I finally realize how accurate the 'personal is political' mantra truly is. If we can't work on the health of our communities and ourselves, then we can't work on sustaining a healthy planet.
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Lorraine Chisholm | In 2009, Vancouver police shot and killed a man staying at a homeless shelter. The inquest into his death heard the police officer involved did not have adequate training in mental health issues.
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Redeye
Lorraine Chisholm | Christy Clark launched a comprehensive review of the province’s justice system two months. A new report prepared for the B.C. Civil Liberties Association says this review won't fix what's broken.
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Gordon O'Connor | A recent study found that social profiling by the Victoria Police is resulting in disproportionate ticketing and frequent harassment of people who have experienced homelessness in the past two years.
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| Resources to help psychiatric survivors get support and create community
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Katie Toth | Some at Occupy Toronto have mental health issues and the camp was a place of support and safety compared with the outside community. Now they fear what could happen if they are evicted.
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Jennifer Efting, Melanie Spence, Rowan Lipkovits | Are our radical communities healthy places? How can we fight burnout, depression and isolation among organizers and activists? Includes interview with radical Vancouver accupuncturist Laurel Irons.
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Meagan Perry | In this episode: rewriting your life, spy movies for cold war evenings, The Stimulators warm you up, new tech and going green for 2011.
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Lynn Thompson | June Swadron re-writes her life every day and guides thousands to do the same.