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Stories by Kathleen Finlay

In preventing emotional crisis, suicide, the feds need to look in mirror

Opinion|By Kathleen Finlay
Every G7 country has a suicide prevention strategy with reliable funding and measurable progress goals—except Canada, writes Kathleen Finlay.
Opinion|By Kathleen Finlay
Changes, like a 988 national hotline for crisis intervention, could make all the difference.
Opinion|By Kathleen Finlay
We need a new conversation, and phone number, to find solutions and build a national strategy to save lives.
Opinion|By Kathleen Finlay
We need new thinking and bold strokes if we are going to combat this contagion of gender-based violence that moves unarrested from one generation to the next.
Opinion|By Kathleen Finlay
Entire housing subdivisions and gleaming skyscrapers have been built in less time than it is taking the Senate to deal with the wrongdoing of one if its members.
The Senate’s failure to pass groundbreaking legislation is just the latest example of women being betrayed by the very institutions they reach out to for help.
Opinion|By Kathleen Finlay
When retaliation occurs, which happens often, according to experts, the onus is on the whistleblower to connect the dots and prove that it was related to their speaking up, writes Kathleen Finlay.
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