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Bell Let’s Talk Day Sets New Record! 138,383,995 messages of support for mental health means Bell will invest a further $6,919,199.75 in Canadian mental health

Bell Let’s Talk Day Sets New Record! 138,383,995 messages of support for mental health means Bell will invest a further $6,919,199.75 in Canadian mental health
Based on the level of engagement, Bell’s donation of $6,919,199.75 brings the total Bell Let’s Talk commitment to $93,423,628.80 so far MONTRÉAL –What a day! Bell Let’s Talk Day 2018 yesterday set all-new records as the world’s biggest ever conversation about mental health. Canadians and people from all around the world joined Bell Let’s Talk to help end the stigma... Read More

Kingston Police Continually Challenged with Recurring Incidents Involving those with Mental Health and Addiction Issues

Kingston Police Continually Challenged with Recurring Incidents Involving those with Mental Health and Addiction Issues
Kingston – In just one example of many Kingston Police have arrested for the third time in just one week a 25-year-old woman who has no fixed address and is living with mental illness. Beginning on July 8 uniform patrol officers were dispatched to the area of Division Street and Dalton Avenue where the woman had been flashing a 9-1-1... Read More

Brockville Police News Briefs for July 11th, 2016

Brockville Police News Briefs for July 11th, 2016
Brockville – Brockville Police News Briefs for July 11th, 2016. Probation Breach On July 8th at 2:02 pm., Brockville Police took a complaint from a local, 19 year old woman. Her ex-boyfriend is on probation with conditions including, not to communicate with her. Officers learned he had been contacting her on a frequent basis. When located, the local, 23 year... Read More