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Manic director Kalina Bertin
Face2Face | Kalina Bertin and Face2Face host David Peck talk about her new film Manic, which chronicle's Bertin's struggle to understand the legacy of mental illness in her family.
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Liz Kessler | "Normalcy" isn't possible, and it's not the goal, so trying to reassure me that I seem normal is useless.
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Liz Kessler | It's not safe for everyone to be open about mental illnesses and pain. But for those of us who can, we need to be open, and we need to create the space for others to be open, too.
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Liz Kessler | Calling Donald Trump 'crazy' or 'insane' isn't just ableist -- it disguises his privilege and hateful message.
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Krystalline Kraus | Here is a guide to what to do when there is an extreme heat advisory in Toronto
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Photo: Halifax International Security Forum/flickr
Stephen Kimber | Last weekend, Stephen Harper trotted out his own trusty troika for a photo op/announcement during the Halifax International Security Forum, a.k.a. Peter's Playground (official cost: $2.49 million).
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image: MPA
Greg Macdougall | "We're going to change the way things are done." A new documentary follows the Vancouver Mental Patients Association and its impact from the 1970s to today.
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David Swanson | Brent Seal was diagnosed with schizophrenia. He had a mental breakdown and attempted suicide. Slowly, he transformed his life. He is now a mental wellness coach.
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Photo: Tom Flemming/flickr
Stephen Kimber | Justice Kevin Coady was right Friday to declare Glen Race, the man who murdered two Nova Scotia men, not criminally responsible for their 2007 deaths.
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Scott Neigh | Jackie Hooper and Megan Davies talk about the radical early years of the Vancouver Mental Patients Association (or MPA) in the 1970s, and about a recent film project to recover some of that history.
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Michael Stewart | Rehashing old conversations about gun control will do nothing to prevent the massacre in Newtown, Connecticut from happening again. And we all know the next time is already on its way.
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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.