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CAMH in the Media - February 2008

Coverage of CAMH mentions compiled by Public Affairs

The Centre for Addiction and Mental Health (CAMH) regularly provides expert information on addictions and mental health treatment, research, education and advocacy to the public through the media. Here are some recent samples of CAMH coverage. Click on the headline below to read the full story (external link):

Culture is just one factor in your mental health
The Globe and Mail - February 26, 2008

Queen Street Unmasked
February 24, 2008
Media Mentions: Canoe.ca, Toronto Sun.

Shop till you go officially nuts
The New Zealand Herald - February 23, 2008

Federal government funds housing for Drug Treatment Court clients
February 21, 2008
Media mentions: Canadian Press, Macleans.ca, Toronto Sun, Canoe.ca, CJOB, Canada East, Westmount Examiner, 570 News, Prince george Citizen, News 1130, Brandon Sun, Chronicle West End Edition, 680 News, 940 News, West Island Chronicle.

CIBC donates $1 million to mental health
February 19, 2008
Media mentions: Financial Post, Stockhouse, WorldNews Network.

Rethinking a home away from home
The Globe and Mail - February 15, 2008

CAMH Foundation presents Queen Street Unmasked
Canadian Business - February 12, 2008

Sexual harassment and school safety: How safe do students feel?
February 6, 2008
Media mentions: CBC Toronto, CityNews, Toronto Sun, Toronto Star, Toronto Star 2, Globe and Mail, Canadian Press, CTV.ca, CTV.ca 2, National Post, Chatham Daily News, Peterborough Examiner, Sudbury Star, Kingston Whig-Standard, Owen Sound Sun-Times, London Free Press, Barrie Examiner, Metro Ottawa, Guelph Mercury, Sarnia Observer, CNews, AM980, Welland Tribune, AM640, Waterloo Record, YorkRegion.com.

Boundaries needed between single parents and their kids
Toronto Star - February 4, 2008

- Note: You will leave CAMH.net when you click on the media links above. These other sites were independently developed by parties other than CAMH and we do not assume responsibility for the accuracy or appropriateness of the information contained at, or endorse the viewpoints expressed at such other sites.

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