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Sarah. Mar 30
2020 is fucked. “I don’t like your opinion so I’m going to publicly humiliate you all over Twitter and other social media’s to prove how mature and big I am!! Anti-bullying though, ”. Why not just ignore the shit you don’t like and mind your own?
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Beaukn56rw 7h
DuPqM ^Their prices are very good, 30%-50% off, hope you like it,fm7m2y
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Dave Simon Mar 28
15 years in radio ✅ Deemed and essential service ✅ Paid sick days ❌ Hazard pay during pandemics ❌ Benefits ❌ Freelance status ✅
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Taryn Murphy Mar 25
Social isolation can be especially hard on mental health & well being. If anyone needs a little extra support, now OR ever, I’m always here. You’re not alone. 💚
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Pat Riley 12h
Wait ! So Bell is all about for mental health, but during a global pandemic when mental health could be at an all time low they made a Corporate decision to raise prices at this time to put added stress on people not working and unable to pay bills to begin with 🤦🏻‍♂️
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Kimmy 🇨🇦 Mar 24
Watching any loved one have a panic attack is so traumatic.. I know I get them the majority of the time I am alone when this happens. Seeing others go though this is just heartbreaking! Be kind to everyone you never know who needs it the most
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Sudbury Police 16h
We care about your safety & wellbeing, which includes your .  day isn’t the only time to discuss mental health. Especially during , looking after your mental well-being is very important. Learn more :
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Andre Ferris 11h
about giving your customers a much needed break so we can afford to stay connected during this pandemic.
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David Tubbe 20h
Seriously!? Communication companies and insurance companies are actually raising rates in the midst of
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Eli-James Hunt Mar 30
Having access and being included is good for well-being. about supporting our students who need internet.
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Bryan Douglas Mar 30
I want to help anyone who wants it.
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Stump Mar 26
Hey about how my internet bill goes up $7 (when I already have unlimited) right after you guys say everyone is getting no overage fees this month.Glad you found a way to make up for it.Quit hiding behind your fake care for people’s mental health to make money. Goofs
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driftermcvicar Mar 30
Friends. Welcome. The days of fucking people that are sick because they can is over. I’m here for redemption. I’m going to start the cleansing.
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Grant Thornton Ltd Mar 30
If your mental health has been impacted by job loss or financial stress due to COVID-19, it’s okay to reach out for help. There are many new remote resources available to help you get through these challenging times. Check out a few that recently supported.
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Duane Leon 15h
While front line medical personnel deal with the -19 pandemic, I hope at some point a plan as well as resources are in place to help them deal with any mental health issues they might have at the end of this stressful time.
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Not 9 to 5 Mar 28
Big steps in the fight to bring awareness and support to Mental Health in a time of great need!
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Suicide by CMHA 19h
likes to treat people as a means to an end by bringing formidable violence to dignity and deprive people of essential humanity. They kick people while they are down.
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Bell Let's Talk Mar 26
is announcing $5M to organizations delivering supports to youth, families and communities in the COVID-19 crisis. Thanks to , and for supporting Canadians.
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The Boogie Man Mar 25
Shout out to all those affected by mental illness during this time. General irritability among people is an expected side effect of self isolation, but to all those who need their workouts, social groups and outlets: you can still talk.
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SOCH Mental Health Mar 26
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