Commission's renewed focus: advance Strategy & programs to create change
With its ambitious mandate of creating transformative change for all Canadians, the MHCC has a big job ahead. How will it make the most out of the next four years? Read more.
Advisory Council ready to join decision-making process
The work of the Commission’s Advisory Committees has not ended, but has taken on a new form with new marching orders. Read more.
Board of Directors welcomes new members
The MHCC’s governing Board has a new slate of Directors that reflects the diversity of Canada’s regions and our nation’s many walks of life.
Louise Bradley speaks to police boards about mental health and policing
People living with mental health problems and illnesses are more likely to be victims of violence than perpetrators of crime. But we know that the worlds of mental illness and criminal justice intersect every day. MHCC President and CEO Louise Bradley spoke recently to the Canadian Association of Police Boards about ways to make the relationship – and the outcomes – more positive. Watch the video.
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A killer silence and a deafening stigma
David Goldbloom, Chair of the Mental Health Commission of Canada, and Dammy Damstrom-Albach, President of the Canadian Association for Suicide Prevention, mark World Suicide Prevention Day with a call to action. Read more.
2012-13 Annual Report released
Built around the theme of “creating change,” our 2012-13 Annual Report describes some of the Commission’s most important and inspirational achievements of the past year. Experience it all by reading the interactive flip book with accompanying videos, or download the printable PDF. Read more.
Opening Minds targets workplace mental health
The stigma associated with mental illness is a major obstacle to psychologically healthy work environments. See what the MHCC is doing about stigma in Nova Scotia. Read more.
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