It might have seemed like an innocuous gesture. But it was part of a much bigger problem that saw Canadian Francois Imbeau-Dulac lay down some of the best dives of his life at the 2012 London Olympics -- and then completely fall apart.
Today marks the ninth annual Bell Let’s Talk Day and several politicians, well-known Canadians, and stars have taken to social media to get the message out about mental health.
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau says $2.2 million will be spent over five years to help people at a northern Saskatchewan school recover from a deadly shooting.
In the year leading up to legalization, there was a significant uptick in the use of cannabis, notably among millennials and people aged 50 and older, a long-running survey has found.
The federal government is creating an external board of civilian advisers to help the RCMP modernize after years of grappling with internal bullying and harassment.
Ontario's chief coroner has launched a review of police suicides that took place in the province last year after noticing a spike in officers killing themselves.
Links and resources dedicated to the understanding and treatment of mental health.
Talking is the first step towards meaningful change and to build greater awareness, acceptance, and action.
Bell has committed over $62 million to support mental health organizations.
Bell provides grants of $5,000 to $50,000 to organizations focused on improving access to mental health care.
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