Tag Archives: Canadians

Change is Good, or is it? The Impact of COVID19 on the Mental Health of Canadians

Change, a word that many of us struggle with. This time last year we all had our plans, our vision for what our future would look like heading into 2020 and beyond. In November of 2019 COVID-19 was not a thing. We were all busy planning our hot vacations, our weddings, our retirement, or birthday […]

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Youth In The Not Quite Post COVID-19 World Recording

Service Hospitality recently hosted a LIVE panelist discussion with guest speakers Ross Wickware, Managing Director from Safety in Schools and LCdr Megan McKenzie, Medical Intelligence from the Canadian Armed Forces Intelligence Command. (*bios provided below) In this presentation, Ross and Megan shared their expertise in a discussion on Youth in the not quite post COVID-19 […]

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I’m Fine, Thanks – Virtual Opportunities to Support Mental Health

As some organizations prepare to re-open and others prepare to remain closed or work remotely for the long haul, mental health continues to be a very real and timely concern.  According to data from the Canadian Mental Health Association (CMHA) in partnership with Maru/Matchbox, the majority of Canadians when asked “how are you?” will rely […]

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