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Support for Afghan Interpreters

With the Taliban gaining ground across Afghanistan, many individuals who aided Canadian troops until their withdrawal in 2011 as well as those currently working with the Canadian Embassy such as cooks, cleaners, and drivers are at risk of torture and death at the hands of the Taliban. The situation has ...
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First responders experiencing trauma and loss

The loss of a first responder in the line of duty hits hard. Particularly so in smaller communities, where police officers, fire fighters, and paramedics are often familiar faces and well-loved friends. The death of RCMP Constable Shelby Patton in Wolseley, Saskatchewan, while on a traffic stop on Saturday, 12 ...
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PTSD Awareness Month – No stigma, No shame

A month of supports for and stories about those living with post-traumatic stress Post-traumatic stress appears in many places. We see it in both active military members and Veterans. Those who have witnessed acts of violence during service, or been exposed to atrocities and multiple traumas. It appears in medical ...
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Statement by the Canadian Military Sexual Trauma Community of Practice on the situation with Project Trauma Support

We stand in solidarity with all Canadians impacted by military sexual trauma. In doing so, we recognize the deep hurt associated with the recent revelations surrounding Project Trauma Support and offer our strongest support for those affected by these events. Here, we recognize that the extensive reporting of such events ...
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Let’s #GetReal about supporting mental wellness for Veterans, Veteran Families, and all Canadians

It’s Mental Health Week in Canada, from 3 to 9 May, 2021. This week provides a chance for all of us to #GetReal about our how we are coping in this time of uncertainty and stress. We can #GetReal about: How we are really feeling, and challenging the beliefs that ...
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