Source: Globe and Mail
President and CEO of Morneau Shepell.
Here's an unsettling fact. One of Canada's most-renowned universities, with a student population the size of a small city, is chronically reliant on philanthropic donations to meet the demand for on-campus mental-health programs.
It's unacceptable. Especially as rates of anxiety, depression and suicide surge in our country's student population.
Canada's universities and colleges are at the frontline of a mental-health crisis.[...]
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