Not Forgotten. How many children must die before someone takes responsibility?

In 2015, we had Paige’s story: http://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/british-columbia/paige-death-government-release-report-1.3280603 In 2016, it was Nick’s story: http://globalnews.ca/news/3015820/bc-childrens-watchdog-report-on-death-of-15-year-old-nick-lang-released/ And here we are just days into the second month of 2017…and we have Alex’s story: http://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/british-columbia/children-s-advocate-says-province-failed-teen-at-abbotsford-hotel-1.3968887 “On a mid-September morning in 2015, in an act of obvious desperation, an 18-year- old M├ętis youth named Alex took his own life byContinue reading Not Forgotten. How many children must die before someone takes responsibility?

Guest post: Blowing the tough guy paradigm on mental health-“Man up & let your guard down.”

Despite all the usual uproar over Bell Lets Talk day, the good that comes from that day is still far more valuable than any concern over free advertising for a corporate entity. But often since few see that good, it’s easy to forget once the day has passed. This year I knew that instead ofContinue reading Guest post: Blowing the tough guy paradigm on mental health-“Man up & let your guard down.”