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Release of Truth and Reconciliation Commission’s Report
14 September 2016

An extraordinary opportunity to step forward toward change and mental health for all people in Canada says Canadian Mental Health Association

Canadian indie rock band Current Swell debuts new video “Bad News” in support of the Canadian Mental Health Association
14 September 2016

Canadian indie rock band Current Swell is debuting its new video for “Bad News” today, in support of the Canadian Mental Health Association’s (CMHA) Shoppers Drug Mart Ride Don’t Hide community bike ride for mental health this Sunday, June 21st.

Boost your mental immune system
14 September 2016

Canadian Mental Health Association offers 6 tips to help winter-proof your mental health

BC Hockey League and Canadian Mental Health Association partner to launch Talk Today
14 September 2016

Canadian Mental Health Association’s (CMHA) BC Division and the BC Hockey League (BCHL) today announced a new partnership and launch of an initiative called Talk Today.

CMHA Offers 15 Tips for Holiday Peace of Mind and Coping with Holiday Grief
14 September 2016

The holiday season is a time many of us look forward to—sometimes with anticipation, sometimes with dread. Peace on Earth may seem impossible if you don’t have peace of mind….

A Step Forward to Big Change in Child and Youth Mental Health
14 September 2016

Important recommendations in Select Standing Committee Report – The next step is to act boldly

BC Budget 2016: Missed opportunity to prioritize the mental health of British Columbians
14 September 2016

More action needed to put mental health and physical health on an equal footing says Canadian Mental Health Association Vancouver, British Columbia – Yesterday’s release of the 2016 provincial budget…

A Million Points Celebrate Women Who Are Making Mental Health Matter
14 September 2016

Nominate mental health champions in your community for a chance to win 1 Million Shoppers Optimum Points.

Funding empowers BC parents tackling child behaviour issues
14 September 2016

Happy kids mean happy families, and that’s why the B.C. government has provided $1.49 million to the Canadian Mental Health Association BC Division (CMHABC) to support the ‘Confident Parents: Thriving Kids’ program, which helps parents address behavioural problems in kids aged three to 12.

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