MDSC, in its national advocacy role, is invited to present formal briefs and positions before the Senate, House of Commons’ committees, and other federal bodies and initiatives. These documents represent consumer and family perspectives on matters that are of interest to them.
The Emotional Overwhelm of a Global Pandemic Have Canadians Talking About Mental Health: A MDSC Essay for the times.
Introduction (PDF) Events during the beginning of 2020 have changed the world but we don’t know if the changes will last or if they will mute over time. The financial stress and family [...]
Syd Gravel of the Mood Disorders Society of Canada Appointment to Global Mental Health Peer Network (GMHPN)
Mood Disorders Society of Canada is pleased to announce Sylvio (Syd) Gravel, co-Lead - MDSC Peer and Trauma Support Services Team, has been appointed to the Global Mental Health Peer Network (GMHPN) Country Executive Committee. [...]
Canadians are taking a leadership position in an innovative, science-based campaign with the potential to transform global understanding and treatment of mental wellness through an unprecedented digital collaboration leveraging the knowledge and research efforts [...]
May 25, 2017 National Coalition Keeps Up Pressure to Fix Broken System; (Ottawa, Ontario): Canadians for Equitable Access to Depression Medications (CEADM) are urging Canadians from coast to coast to coast to add their voices [...]