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Letter of Congratulations to Louise Bradley

On behalf of the CFMHN president Florence Budden we have sent a letter of congratulations to Louise Bradley on her ...
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NLIS 1 – Ministerial Statement – Minister Haggie Recognizes Champions of Mental Health Award Winners

NLIS 1 Health and Community Services June 13, 2019 The following statement was given today in the House of Assembly ...
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Edible Cannabis, Cannabis Extracts and Cannabis Topicals: A Primer on the New Cannabis Products

At 12:30 p.m. EST June 14th, 2019 Health Canada provided an update on the legalization and regulation of cannabis in ...
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‘Are you okay?’: Starting conversations about mental health

The Globe and Mail and We Charity have partnered to promote media literacy and education around global issues. This is ...
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AFTER WINTER : a Real Life Schizophrenia Story

Diagnosed in Canada as a teenager, Quentin is proof that with the right treatment, there's hope for people living with ...
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Invitation to Provide Feedback on CNA Position Statements – Deadline: January 5, 2018

The Canadian Nurses Association (CNA), is revised CNA’s position statements, Harm Reduction (2012), Patient Safety (2009), and Promoting Cultural Competence in Nursing (2010) ...
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Mental Health Commission of Canada Statement on Human Rights Day

OTTAWA, Dec. 8, 2017 /CNW/ - On behalf of the Mental Health Commission of Canada (MHCC), Louise Bradley, President and CEO, made the following statement ...
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National pharmacare could start in 2020, says Liberal MP

Canadians have reason to remain hopeful that a national pharmacare program will be taking shape by 2020, a senior member ...
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CNO – Comment on new psychotherapy document

There is psychotherapy, and then there is the controlled act of psychotherapy. The controlled act is the component of psychotherapy considered to ...
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There’s Hope For People Living With Schizophrenia

While the understanding of schizophrenia as a brain disorder has grown significantly within the last 40 years, most people living ...
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