Introducing Kimberly Masson, Executive Director for Embrace Life Council

February 1, 2016

My name is Kimberly Masson and I was recently hired as the Executive Director of the Embrace Life Council.  My family and I have lived in Iqaluit, Nunavut for nine years.  I was formerly the Guidance Counsellor at Inuksuk High School and have spent just shy of 20 years in Education.  Prior to that I […]

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Mental health support available to Nunavummiut during coroner’s inquest

September 16, 2015

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Mental health support is available for anyone attending the coroner’s suicide inquest in Iqaluit from September 14 to 25, 2015. Two rooms on the third floor of the Iqaluit courthouse have been designated for mental health support. In communities, people needing support can go to their local health centre and request to see a mental […]

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Stop Calling Suicide Victims ‘Selfish’

April 8, 2015

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There’s no questioning that suicide is catastrophic. It’s absolutely incomprehensible to me and most others that a person would feel so terrible, so trapped, so desolate that she would want to end her own life. Yet, it seems every time the topic of suicide comes up, someone attacks suicide victims by calling them “selfish.” I’ve […]

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Spoken word sensation Shane Koyczan on the power of words

April 8, 2015

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He’s touring the country, selling out theatres, and dazzling millions with his talent, but Shane Koyczan is not a guitar-wielding rockstar. The B.C.-raised poet is winning hearts with the beauty of his words, and feeding a hunger that only appears to be growing. Today Koyczan performs his stunning poem For Many, which answers the question: […]

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