Keith Vander Wees is an author, musician and podcaster who uses his life story to spread awareness about schizophrenia.
Golden Christie became just one of the 31,664 people who have received Medical Assistance in Death (MAID) in Canada earlier this year. The law has continuously expanded since it was introduced in 2016, bringing with it new ethical concerns at every step.
Warning: This story contains graphic details about suicide and suicidal ideation.
Deputy Mayor Jennifer McKelvie awarded organization advocating for autism as part of the Stronger TOgether program.
A specialized training session at Yoga Sanctuary Academy is designed for daycare workers, yoga instructors and elementary and high-school teachers.
Therapy dogs are helping Toronto students manage their stress during university exams, and research shows it’s working.
Post-secondary students’ mental health is often affected by the pressures they face when entering a new environment without a ‘hand to hold,’ a York University student says.
The Toronto Public Library has several programs to help isolated newcomers settle in the city, but staff say those who need the support may not know about it.
The physical and emotional strain that is put on male athletes is often overlooked, and builds a dangerous stigma that men should be “strong” and “masculine,” a psychotherapist specialized in men’s mental health said.
Inflation may be an external stressor for those suffering with anxiety and depression, but it’s also a reality that east-end mental-health services are currently struggling with. These organizations, resources, and support workers in East York…