With its combination of candour and irreverence, the British show is intended to reach young audiences without condescending to them
There are many misinterpretations about the behaviour of men in relation to depression and suicide.
UBC Sauder School of Business professor Sandra Robinson and her colleague Peter Frost studied over 70 toxic handlers.
An in-depth report on the use of solitary confinement in Canadian prisons makes an impassioned plea for the government to ban the practice outright.
The Canadian Mental Health Association will hold a three-day conference in Victoria from November 28 to 30.
Dean Blye Frank wants to ensure that teacher candidates are ready when they start their careers.
A significant increase in a little-known statistic Vancouver police keep on mental-health calls might suggest the province’s embrace of community care is not be working as well as everybody hoped it would
The B.C. chapter of Canada’s largest mental-health advocacy group wants this province to do a major rethink of how it cares for people with a mental illness or addiction issue.
Everyone loves a comeback story, and this moving documentary captures a multifaceted tale of second chances in life.
How police respond to mental-health emergencies and the number of calls officers respond to varies widely across Metro Vancouver, statistics obtained by the Straight reveal.
How people use marijuana and what determines positive and negative outcomes are two of the questions that Vancouver's Dr. Mate will explore at the upcoming International Cannabis Business Conference.
This legislation does not put patient autonomy or dignity at its forefront.