#CCPS Taze Mentally Ill Man Who had DROPPED Weapons in Cornwall – NO SIU Report by Jamie Gilcig 091218

Cornwall Ontario –  For several years now this newspaper has struggled with the CCPS for more transparency and more disclosure. Unlike forces in Kingston they refuse to give out a breakdown of calls of service.  They begrudgingly now give out a total of calls for the day although there are days they don’t report any… Continue reading #CCPS Taze Mentally Ill Man Who had DROPPED Weapons in Cornwall – NO SIU Report by Jamie Gilcig 091218

For Millennials Surviving Depression -The Daily Struggle By: E.V. Hutcheon

Learning to stand on my own two feet.

Toronto Ontario – Depression is a common factor for many Millennials. For instance did you know that people ages 15-24 years of age are at a higher risk of having anxiety and mood disorders?  Even worse is that 800,000 plus people commit suicide around the world yearly, which is also the number one leading cause of… Continue reading For Millennials Surviving Depression -The Daily Struggle By: E.V. Hutcheon

2nd Street W Body Id’d by Family Member as Charles “Chuck” Leclair JUNE 2, 2017

Cornwall Ontario – Christopher Leclair shared his simple message of  grief on social media after the discovery of a car on Second Street West near Saunders Road in Cornwall Thursday. Several CFN viewers alerted us to the message and we reached out to Christopher who confirmed that his “Uncle Chuck” was the person discovered in… Continue reading 2nd Street W Body Id’d by Family Member as Charles “Chuck” Leclair JUNE 2, 2017

Toronto Police Service Announce Mobile Crisis Intervention Teams – Mental Health

CFN – Mobile Crisis Intervention Teams (MCITs), comprising a mental health nurse and police officer, specially trained in crisis intervention, will soon be available to serve people facing a mental health crisis across the city of Toronto, seven days a week. MCITs are a partnership between the Toronto Police Service (TPS) and participating hospitals including Toronto… Continue reading Toronto Police Service Announce Mobile Crisis Intervention Teams – Mental Health

New CCAC program helps youth with mental health and addictions issues to stay in school – Sept 3, 2013

A new nursing program at Champlain Community Care Access Centre (CCAC) is helping youth with mental health and addictions issues to stay in school. It is estimated that 70% of mental health problems and illnesses begin during childhood or adolescence.   The program’s Mental Health and Addictions Nurses work with local school boards to connect… Continue reading New CCAC program helps youth with mental health and addictions issues to stay in school – Sept 3, 2013

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