A B.C. Ph.D. student is interviewing evacuees for her research on the social impacts on wildfires on British Columbians.
Luke Plourde’s intention with the garden was to create a memorial to the friends he lost to the AIDS epidemic, but this year may be its last.
A man who is biking for mental health awareness across Canada stops in Regina to share his story of trials, tribulations and why he is biking across the nation.
The United Way Peterborough and District says over the past year, more than $2.1 million was invested locally through 20 agencies to support more than 46,000 people in the region.
In a step toward prioritizing mental health support, Canada is launching its nationwide crisis hotline, 988, on Nov.30, providing a free texting or calling service for Canadians.
Ariss Valley Golf Course hosted the annual McFadden’s Movement charity event on Friday. McFadden’s Movement has raised more than $100,000 over its seven-year history.
The province says ongoing funding will be made available for the new positions, with recruitment already underway.
Niagara’s council sent an initiative to alter a state of emergency to a perceived state of crisis downgrade back to committee for more study.
This fall, that help should start to fall into place in both Vernon and Penticton, where newly funded mobile integrated crisis response teams are expected to start up.
The Hunter Street bridge was closed to traffic and pedestrians for a brief period on Wednesday afternoon but has since reopened.