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Judy Beeksma
Just a simple girl most happy sitting at home enjoying tea and having her family around her! Mom to and and wife to
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MarilynDenis Jan 31
: By opening up about their experiences, they hope to encourage others to seek help.  
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TSN Jan 31
There’s still time left in Day. Bell will donate five cents to mental health initiatives for each of these interactions. Go to for more and to join the conversation. And even when this day is over, the conversation does not stop.
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Coach Bech Jan 31
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Waterloo Region DSB Jan 31
Good morning . 👋🏼 It’s time to get your fingers tweetin'. 📱 For each tweet and RT with , donates 5¢ to Canadian initiatives. What are you waiting for? Let’s change the conversation and !
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OUA Jan 31
We are so proud to have the support from our 20 member schools to spread awareness surrounding mental health! Thanks for being part of , !
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CP24 Jan 31
Today is Day! For every tweet and retweet using the hashtag, Bell will donate 5¢ to initiatives in Canada.
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Darren Stevenson Jan 30
If you support please retweet this. You'll be helping spread the word about our platform & you'll be making a difference for mental health.
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CP24 Jan 31
Margaret Trudeau discusses her mental health journey
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HRPS Burlington Jan 31
Cst. Brunelle ”Suicide accounts for 24% of all deaths among 15-24 year olds, 16% among 25-44 year olds” ^ao
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Ebates Canada Jan 31
Supporting mental health awareness and the amazing movement. Join the conversation today and know you are not alone.
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Nickelback Jan 31
We must end the stigma surrounding mental illness. It IS an illness & not a weakness or a shortcoming. No distinction should ever be made between mental illness or any other malady. Everybody has had something that they’ve had to overcome. Plz RT to raise $ in 🇨🇦
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John Rush 🏈🇨🇦 Jan 31
Sometimes the biggest smiles hide the most pain... It's okay not to be okay! Let's talk about it!
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OUA Jan 31
Approximately 8% of adults will experience major depression at some time in their lives. |
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John Rush 🏈🇨🇦 Jan 31
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Bell Let's Talk Jan 30
Today, every view counts. Bell will donate 5¢ to mental health initiatives for every view of this video.
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Garrett McFadden Jan 31
If you are looking to make a difference in the Guelph, Wellington-Waterloo, or Grey-Bryce area check out and to donate!
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RomeoCircle Jan 31
People struggle with mental illness everyday. We may not be able to change that, but we can change the way we approach it, the way we think about it, the way we talk about it, and what we do about it. End the stigma, let’s talk!
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Waterloo Region DSB Jan 31
A great tip reminder for . ⬇️⬇️⬇️
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Darren Stevenson Jan 31
Awesome job by student athletes speaking with Grade 7 & 8 students today about mental health.
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Football Canada Jan 31
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