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COVID-19 pandemic adversely affecting mental health of women and people with children

Ongoing national survey series by CAMH and Delvinia tracks pandemic mental health and substance use

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TAHSN Statement on the Death of Joyce Echaquan

We share the profound sadness of Ms. Echaquan’s family and decry the ongoing racism experienced by Indigenous people in healthcare.

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Dr. Tarek Rajji

Toronto Dementia Research Alliance finds new home and leadership at CAMH

The TDRA has welcomed Dr. Tarek Rajji as its new Executive Director, and moved its headquarters to CAMH.

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Simon Shimout with mural

Simon the dancing bear

CAMH patient Simon Shimout (aka Napayok) began learning how to carve while growing up in Rankin Inlet, Nunavut.

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Dr. Catherine Zahn speaking during the Queen Street Redevelopment Phase 1C ribbon-cutting event

CAMH Marks Completion of Phase 1C Redevelopment Project

CAMH welcomed Premier Doug Ford and Ministers Christine Elliott and Michael Tibollo to mark the completion of Phase 1C of CAMH’s historic redevelopment.

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Dr. Aristotle Voineskos

CAMH announces new VP of Research

Dr. Aristotle Voineskos has been appointed Vice President Research at CAMH.

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White squirrel sculpture

The great white squirrel of CAMH

A new six-foot tall sculpture of a white squirrel now permanently graces the new TD Commons at CAMH.

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Artist: Rebecca Baird | Title: All My Relations | Location: Main lobby, Crisis & Critical Care Building | This mural and sculpture  incorporates a selection of flora and fauna imagery that will portray the fluidity and dynamic interconnectedness of all nature. The series of seven glass satellite sculptures symbolically suggest a cosmic perspective. The choice to create seven satellite sculptures reflects the importance of the ‘number seven’ within Indigenous traditional teachings. The seed-like, star-like details of the sculptures create a visually descriptive bridge connecting the concept of the cosmos to the mural imagery.

CAMH Therapeutic Art Project

Ten structurally-integrated installations were sourced for the two new buildings of CAMH’s Queen Street Redevelopment Project.

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Ethan Nino

Ethan said Not Today

Though only 22, Ethan Nino has already survived several life-and-death battles with suicidal ideation.

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Dr. Juveria Zaheer

CAMH launches new campaign on suicide prevention and awareness

CAMH is launching Not Today, the biggest campaign in its history, to prevent suicide today, tomorrow and every day after that.

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