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Watching The Social Dilemma on Netflix this year could change your...

2021 likely has more surprises to come, but if more people watch this film, there's hope it won’t be a social dilemma.

First to arrive, last to be seen

The forgotten first responders.

DC students can get virtual support from DCSI

Durham College Students Inc. (DCSI) is hosting the Anxiety and Depression Group virtually this month.Prior to COVID-19, the Anxiety and Depression Group was available...

Mental health outreach programs needed in response to pandemic

Mental health resources should be readily available in response to COVID-19

Creative writing can reduce stress

Sara Rigotti, 16, of Bowmanville manages stress differently than your average teenager.The communications and events director for Writers Club of Durham Region (WCDR) is...

Flaws in the system represent large-scale problem in Canada’s mental health...

Ever since Ciara Dymond was young, she says her mother, Wanda Debuc, struggled to manage her bipolar disorder, even with the help of mental...

Mindsight, a look into mental illnesses

First-aid classes exist for the public to be prepared for a physical health emergency, but what happens when there's a mental health emergency? Mindsight is the CPR of mental health, according...

Don’t stress yourself over anxiety, ask for help

The first time going to university or even college can be a difficult time for anyone, especially if it is their first time leaving...

Dining differently in Brooklin

https://youtu.be/BsG_Da9UJ2g The Copper Branch restaurant in Brooklin is doing things differently these days. It has improved its menu to become more viewer-friendly, including easy-to-read text,...

Human trafficking ‘prevalent’ in Durham Region

This is part one of a four-part series on human trafficking in Durham.  Written by: Shanelle Somers and Shana Fillatrau Durham Region is on the 401,...