More and more people are turning to the courts for payback for anguish
Mental health advocates note there isn’t a country-wide training curriculum for officers on how to deal with the mentally ill
Mental health professionals say the number of youth seeking help has doubled over the last 10 years
Teens more likely to purchase high-caffeine beverages
Readers say there’s a dearth of students in the skilled trades, and curlers are ‘ripped like Greek gods’
Experts now argue it can have devastating effects on work, health and children
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TORONTO – Closing arguments are expected to begin today at an inquest examining the police shooting deaths of three mentally ill Toronto-area residents.
Reyal Jardine-Douglas, Sylvia Klibingaitis and Michael Eligon…
TORONTO – The head of the Ontario Human Rights Commission is testifying at an inquest into the fatal police shootings of three mentally ill Toronto residents.
Barbara Hall says police…
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Highlights from student union’s popular Wellness Week
TRURO, N.S. – The younger brother of a soldier whose death has raised questions about the Canadian military’s treatment of those with post-traumatic stress disorder says members of the military…
OTTAWA – Prime Minister Stephen Harper has weighed in on the spate of apparent soldier suicides that have rocked the Canadian Forces in recent days.
Harper says everyone should encourage…
LETHBRIDGE, Alta. – A British war veteran recently held in the same Alberta jail where a Canadian soldier killed himself says the justice system doesn’t properly deal with people who…
A teenager’s talk of harming her bully got her two weeks in custody and months of house arrest. Nine years later, she’s suing for $4 million.
#Movember is about more than just charity
The last thing students need is fewer days on campus