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Marley Gillies and Kalin McCluskey

If we rewind to a time before terms like ‘social distancing’ and ‘flattening the curve’ were commonplace in Canada, data shows us there was already a mental health crisis growing across Canadian campuses well before the pandemic. Leading into the 2021-22 school year, it’s time for governments of all levels to make up for lost time and intervene in the post-secondary mental health crisis, write Marley Gillies and Kalin McCluskey. Unsplash photograph by Heike Trautmann
If we rewind to a time before terms like ‘social distancing’ and ‘flattening the curve’ were commonplace in Canada, data shows us there was already a mental health crisis growing across Canadian campuses well before the pandemic. Leading into the 2021-22 school year, it’s time for governments of all levels to make up for lost time and intervene in the post-secondary mental health crisis, write Marley Gillies and Kalin McCluskey. Unsplash photograph by Heike Trautmann