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yesterday at 19:25. Facebook
In honour of Bell Let’s Talk Day last month, Moose Jaw Times Herald reporter Jane Gerster and her sister Rebecca opened up about depression, anxiety and family. Read their powerful story here: [ Link ] #BellLetsTalk

Two sisters open up about mental health
Bell Let's Talk
02/24/2017 at 18:00. Facebook
We’re cheering on The University of Winnipeg student athletes who are reaching out to support others, on and off the court. #BellLetsTalk
Bell Let's Talk
02/22/2017 at 19:00. Facebook
Use the tag #PinkShirtDay to show you support compassion and kindness every day.

Share Your Pink Shirt Day Activities With Us!
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02/23/2017 at 16:08. Facebook
February is Psychology Awareness Month, and local psychologists say it’s a great opportunity to talk about the stigma surrounding mental illness. [ Link ]

Taking stigma out of mental health
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02/21/2017 at 16:35. Facebook
The Duke of Cambridge has stressed that “silence can kill” as he urges anyone struggling with their mental health to tell someone about it. Read the full story here: [ Link ] #BellLetsTalk

Prince William calls for end to stigma on mental illness
P.E.I. first responders start #mentalhealth peer support group. Learn more: [ Link ] #BellLetsTalk

P.E.I. first responders & mental health
New study finds that 1 in 7 young Canadians have reported having suicidal thoughts at some point in their life: [ Link ] #BellLetsTalk

Survey: 1 in 7 young Canadians have had suicidal thoughts
A local youth counselling service called “Front Door” is offering additional support to children and families in the Waterloo region. Learn more: [ Link ]

Waterloo Region’s rural communities to receive more mental health services
Shout out to the student athletes at The University of Windsor who are spreading awareness about mental illness across campus. #BellLetsTalk #OneTeamForMentalHealth
A man & his best furry friend are walking across New Brunswick as a way to raise awareness for children’s #mentalhealth. Read the full story here: [ Link ]

9 million steps: A cross-Canada journey for children’s mental health
CAMH - Centre for Addiction and Mental Health Peer Support Worker Jeremiah Bach describes his role and how he is able to provide support to those in need: [ Link ]

Profile: CAMH Peer Support Worker
Jodi Myles lost her 17-year-old son Jordan to suicide last year. Today she is investing her strength into a program designed to support #mentalhealth patients. Read more: [ Link ]

Son's suicide leads mother to support mental health patients
Yasaman Gheidi’s makeup challenge gives a new face to mental illness: [ Link ]

Makeup challenge encourages people to express their emotions
Music icons Bob Ezrin and @RealAliceCooper open up about #depression, alcoholism, friendship, and #mentalhealth: [ Link ]

Two music icons open up about mental health
Is there someone in your life that positively supports your mental health? Tag these champions to say thanks!
Canadian Rugby player Nadia Popov was diagnosed with #mentalillness a year before the 2016 Rio Olympics. Today she is speaking out to support others: [ Link ]

Nadia Popov: ‘Mental illness left me guilt-ridden’ - CBC Sports
Know an individual or an organization whose outstanding contributions have advanced the mental health agenda in Canada? Now’s your chance to nominate them for the 2017 "Champions of ‪#‎MentalHealth Awards"! To do so, click the link below and fill out the application. [ Link ] *Nominations will be accepted until February 24, 2017. CC: Canadian Alliance on Mental Illness and Mental Health
In honour of National Eating Disorders Awareness Week (Feb 1- 7), we encourage you to watch and listen to these brave individuals sharing their experiences. Because eating disorders are #NotAChoice: [ Link ] #EDAW2017

Eating Disorders are NOT A CHOICE | Sheena's Place

Eating disorders are serious mental illnesses that affect people of all genders, ages, races, ethnicities, sexual orientations, and socioeconomic statuses. E...

Royce White – who plays for the London Lightning in the National Basketball League of Canada - is on a mission to raise awareness about mental health. [ Link ]

Royce White is speaking out about mental health