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1/5 Today, as part of #MentalHealthWeek, the focus is on children and youth who, like adults, have lots of questions about #COVID19, and are missing their friends, family members and regular routines #CYMH #ApartNotAlone #COVIDCoping
2/5 Parents & caregivers can find tips on communicating & sharing information on #COVID19 with kids and teens and how to calm fears, practise online safety and engage in activities that nurture mental & emotional health.… #CYMH
3/5 Talking things out can help to process our thoughts and lift the weight of our emotions. When you start the conversation and share your own thoughts & feelings, it helps children & youth to open up and voice their own struggles. #StrongerTogether #GetReal
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1/7 This year’s #MentalHealthWeek continues through to Sunday, May 10th, with #MentalHealth taking on a special meaning in light of the additional stress and uncertainty we are all experiencing due to #COVID19.
2/7 People have been struggling with concerns of all manner & scope during these long weeks of #COVID19. This #MentalHealthWeek’s focus on social connection reminds us it is a very important time to stay connected. #ApartNotAlone
3/7 Canadians have shown resilience, finding creative ways to remain connected virtually, staying connected with family, friends & communities, even during holidays & important religious observances. #COVIDCoping #StrongerTogether
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Can we #GetReal about mental health for a minute?

Even before this pandemic, Saskatchewan people were experiencing acute #mentalhealth challenges. Our province has among the highest suicide rates in the country.
So many in our province struggle with addictions, poverty, and other issues that impact our #mentalhealth.

Throw a pandemic on top of that, and we have more people than ever who are dealing with depression and anxiety.
It shouldn’t take a pandemic for Saskatchewan to start putting resources into #mentalhealth in our communities.

This week is CMHA Mental Health Week, and I’d like to ask you to do three things:
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1/3 Every year, 🇨🇦 comes together during @CMHA_NTL ’s #MentalHealthWeek. This year, as we face #COVID19, we’re learning that we need each other now more than ever.
2/3 🇨🇦 let’s #GetReal about the importance of #MentalHealth and take advantage of the free psychological and social support services that are available to us:
3/3 During this time, when #physicaldistancing remains vitally important, we need to stay connected and close emotionally keeping #health as our #1 priority. #MentalHealthWeek #COVID19
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This week is #MentalHealthWeek. Amid #COVID19, it’s more important than ever to take care of your mental wellness. I encourage you all to check-in with your loved ones to talk about how you may be feeling. Let’s #GetReal and support each other.…
Many Ontarians are experiencing heightened anxiety and depression during these challenging times. Services like @ConnexOntario, Good2Talk, @KidsHelpPhone and BounceBack offer supports online, virtually and by phone.
To support these programs and services during a time when physical distancing is necessary for the health and safety of all Ontarians, our government is providing up to $12 million to expand online and virtual mental health supports. #MentalHealthWeek
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Surely it’s only a matter of time until we start closing schools in the UK? Or do we think stiff upper lips (and heads in the sand) will allow Brits to withstand #covid19 better than China, Italy, Iran etc? #GetReal
That being the case, as someone who’ll be home all week next week (taking part in #ucustrikeback), is it not reasonable for me to educate my kids myself next week? Is the government really going to fine me for doing my bit to delay the spread of #coronavirus? What say you?
Poll: Should I send my kids to school next week?
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Prepare for more high-handed outrage about the EU today as Britain is back on the back foot.

We could have drafted a first Withdrawal Agreement.

We didn’t.

Because how do you get Agreement when the Foreign Sec wants a hard Irish border to accompany his ambition?
And how do you get Agreement when you don’t actually show up to negotiate?

Britain’s full of #FireAndFury but there’s not enough substance behind the endless speeches.
The devil has always been in the inconvenient Brexit detail.

Shiny rose-tinted pronouncements on the fantastic days ahead don’t cut even the English mustard.

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