mental health

TELUS funds wellness backpacks

New Westminster, B.C. – {June 23, 2021} – We would like to extend our sincere gratitude to the TELUS Vancouver […]

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Mental health and the pandemic

Fourteen months into the global pandemic, even if you allow yourself permission to imagine a return to more normal times in the not too distant future, the complete story of COVID-19’s toll on society will likely not emerge for a while still. This includes the full effect on our mental health stemming from the anxiety, fear, isolation, financial hardship, and other stressors felt by many since early 2020.

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Pandemic wellness support from TD Bank Group

New Westminster, B.C. – {January 15, 2021} – Last fall, TD Bank Group provided a tremendous gift of $10,000 to […]

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Mindful of the future

Not one to rest on his laurels after a remarkable 50 years at Royal Columbian Hospital, Dr. Arun Garg is already anticipating the next big development in healthcare, and he wants the local community to be at the forefront of the change.

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Gateway/Starlight/Match partnership shines a light on mental health

New Westminster, B.C. – {March 27, 2019} –Gateway Casino & Entertainment, Starlight Casino, and Match Eatery & Public House have […]

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Law firm shines a light on mental health redevelopment

New Westminster, B.C. – {February 26, 2019} – McQuarrie Hunter LLP continues to help shine a light on mental health […]

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Mental health campaign gains $100,000 from financial security provider

New Westminster, B.C. – {September 4, 2018} – Great-West Life, London Life and Canada Life are helping to shine a […]

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Mental health campaign benefits from Pacific Blue Cross gift

New Westminster, B.C. – {March 27, 2018} – Pacific Blue Cross is helping to shine a light on mental health […]

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Miranda Tymoschuk’s Story

Miranda Tymoschuk is acutely familiar with the healthcare system. The 21-year-old Maple Ridge resident has undergone a dozen surgeries so far after being born with a rare condition called posteromedial tibia bowing. She has required numerous procedures to lengthen and straighten her left leg. But in recent years, she has been focused as much on her mental health as her physical health after struggles with depression and post-traumatic stress disorder.

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BMO takes lead on mental health at Royal Columbian with $1M gift

New Westminster, B.C. – {April 6, 2017} – BMO Financial Group is making a major contribution to Royal Columbian Hospital […]

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