VIFF Sep 17
This documentary chronicles how lesbian and gay rights activists waged a seemingly Sisyphean battle against the American Psychiatric Association.
VIFF Sep 17
An elderly, well-off Londoner's middle-aged daughter is frustrated that her father keeps upsetting his caregivers.
VIFF Sep 16
Violation is a movie about a woman working her way through trauma as methodically and horribly as possible.
Commentary Sep 10
The only OneCity Vancouver member of city council says that she has seen a rise in poor-bashing rhetoric.
Health Notes Sep 9
Anxieties about a second wave and returning to school have replaced economic uncertainties as leading contributors to mental-health decline.
Health Notes Sep 2
B.C. will provide additional funding for school-based wellness programs and supports for students, families, and educators.
News Sep 1
Drinking to cope was related to increased alcohol use after the onset of the pandemic.
Straight Talk Sep 1
Domestic disputes can involve anything from a verbal quarrel to violence at home.
Health Features Aug 26
Contrary to stereotypes, anyone can be a bully or victim, including those who are popular.
Commentary Aug 20
A Vancouver lawyer calls it a small but essential step toward decriminalizing people who are addicted.
Health Features Aug 19
A UBC–led study found that Canadians with established exercise routines easily resumed their activities after COVID-19 lockdowns were implemented.
Tech Aug 19
Some can indulge in gaming for five hours a day and not show any effects, but one therapist and author says that they are few and far between.