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Today: Ten Canadians will end their lives.

This week: Half a million Canadians will miss work due to their mental health.

This year: Families, communities and caregivers will be impacted as one in five Canadians experiences mental illness.

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Mental Health Research Canada is the nation's only charity exclusively funding research on mental health.

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Through the researchers we support and projects we fund, MHRC is making Canada a leader in world-class mental health research.
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Finished off our visit to Ottawa with a conversation between Andrea and host Alan Neal on All in a Day. Listen to it live this afternoon between 3-6pm here! https://t.co/tpCGjGAQbQ #MHRCanada #mentalhealth #cbc #cdnpoli

Excited to share yesterday's All in a Day on CBC, featuring MHRC-funded researchers Marina Milyavskaya, PhD and Nick Kerman, PhD candidate. They spoke with host Alan Neal about the importance of their work. Listen here: https://t.co/tiFvmcPQvU

#MHRCanada #mentalhealth

Thanks to @Carleton_U psychology assistant professor @MarinaMilyav and @uOttawa phD candidate @nick_kerman for discussing their @MHRCanada research . Wednesday on the show, MHRC's Andrea Swinton describes her lobbying efforts to get money for mental health research.

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After 5:30, you can hear two @MHRCanada -funded researchers @nick_kerman and @MarinaMilyav about their work and the challenges of mental health research funding
https://t.co/gzpD8vjmbV

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