Yesterday morning I woke up from an awful nightmare of goodbyes and last times. The last time we walked in a park, the last movie we saw together, the last phone call, the last kiss goodbye. It was 3 AM. I hate it when I get up early because the silence brings nothing but pain […]
The news out of Halifax is just heartbreaking. A Syrian family came to Canada in 2017, searching for peace and safety, but unimaginable tragedy followed them.
As stated in the Toronto Star this morning, rape crisis centres in Ontario “wait for information from the ministry, survivors of sexual violence, meanwhile, continue to wait for services,” said Nicole Pietsch, co-ordinator of the Ontario Coalition of Rape Crisis Centres, noting that yearly calls have shot up to more than 50,000 from 30,000 a […]
With #BellLetsTalk a few days away I thought I’d take a moment to talk about supporting people who are struggling and use a scene in the movie A Star is Born as an example of how much words matter. Mental health indirectly affects all Canadians at some time in their lives through a family member, friend or […]