During a special broadcast of CTV News at 6, Graham Richardson and Carol Anne Meehan will bring you stories, interviews and activities to talk about mental health. The goal, to bring mental illness out of the shadows.
With partners at The Royal, CTV News will discuss the signs of mental illness, particularly among young people. What should parents look for? And how can mental illness be treated.
Carol Anne Meehan presents a special report on the connection between mental illness among teens, and the dangerous use of Opioids and other mind-altering drugs.
What do you do if your smart phone or camera or tablet slips out of your hands and falls to the floor? A good cover or case will protect it from most short distance falls, but what if it ends up dropping into a puddle, or worse, the toilet? Here are a couple of smart techniques to dry out your soggy technology.
TORONTO, Jan. 16, 2014 /CNW/ - Morneau Shepell and Bell, in collaboration with the Faculty of Health Sciences at Queen's University, today announced the launch of a progressive new workplace mental health certificate training program that teaches leadership skills in managing performance and promoting a mentally healthy workplace. Since 2010, Morneau Shepell has been an active partner in supporting Bell, a leader in Canadian mental health awareness, in the creation and delivery of its workplace mental health training program, including the development and integration of this new expanded training program, now available to all Canadian businesses and organizations.
The Bell Let's Talk mental health initiative is a national charitable program that promotes mental health across Canada with significant funding for community care, research and workplace best practices, and fights the stigma around mental illness with high-profile events like Bell Let's Talk Day. Set forJanuary 28, 2014, the fourth annual Bell Let's Talk Day invites Canadians to join the conversation and help end the stigma around mental illness.
Canadian operator Bell, and financial services provider RBC, have launches a mobile payment service. The service is currently available on Samsung Galaxy S3 and Galaxy S4 smartphones. Bell and RBC have been testing their m-payment service since May 2103, Mobilesyrup reports. The RBC Wallet, powered by RBC Secure Cloud, is a mobile commerce service that allows Bell and RBC customers (debit or credit) to make small-ticket payments from a mobile device.