By Olivia Bowden The Canadian Press
As Canadian universities and colleges face increasing pressure to provide better mental-health services on campus, students are looking to give schools fresh ideas on how to tackle the issue.
Thats how 24-year-old Ryan Golt became involved with working alongside Montreals McGill University to support students. But before he got there, he faced his own mental-health crisis.
Student-Led Mental Health Initiatives Across Ontario Shifting How Schools Provide Supports. Read full article.
North Bay Nugget
Tuesday, November 28, 2017
To the editor:
My brother, Jason, is the type of person who is happy to share whatever he has with those around him.
When there was a car accident in front of our home, he was there for survivors with water, blankets and gentle care until first-responders arrived. When a neighbour in need was depressed, Jason went to their home every day to do their dishes, bring a smile to her face, and accompany her to a community event once a week.
Our Communities are Dying the Death of 1,000 Cuts. Read full article.