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Kim Hollihan, Ellen Cohen, and Glenn Brimacombe

Kim Hollihan, Phd, is CAMIMH co-chair, Ellen Cohen is CAMIMH co-chair, and Glenn Brimacombe is CAMIMH chair, Public Affairs Committee.

The Liberal government promised to create a Canada Mental Health Transfer with an initial investment of $4.5-billion over five years beginning in 2022, but the transfer was not included in Finance Minister Chrystia Freeland's 2022 budget. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
The Liberal government promised to create a Canada Mental Health Transfer with an initial investment of $4.5-billion over five years beginning in 2022, but the transfer was not included in Finance Minister Chrystia Freeland's 2022 budget. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
CAMIMH recommends that the federal government, similar to other developed economies, pass a new piece of legislation, A Mental Health and Substance Use Health Care For All Parity Act, that would provide a framework for the federal government to collaborate with and support the provinces and territories. Photograph courtesy of Pixabay
CAMIMH recommends that the federal government, similar to other developed economies, pass a new piece of legislation, A Mental Health and Substance Use Health Care For All Parity Act, that would provide a framework for the federal government to collaborate with and support the provinces and territories. Photograph courtesy of Pixabay