Ontario NDP urges government to create Ministry of Mental Health

The Ontario NDP are urging the Doug Ford government to immediately create a Ministry of Mental Health and Addictions. “The mental health system in Ontario is fragmented and dysfunctional, and the failures of the system are tearing families apart and hurting people who need help,” Parkdale-High Park MPP Bhutila Karpoche, the NDP’s critic for Mental Health and Addictions, said in a statement. […]

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This is how much most men plan to spend on Valentine's Day

Biggest Valentine’s Day spenders; ride sharing customer loyalty Morning Business Outlook: Valentine’s Day spending could hit record highs this year while a new study says men expect women to shell out more cash than they do on their significant other; new data shows that one third of ride sharing customers aren’t loyal to just one company. It’s been dubbed one […]

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Why men get a pay rise when women work

Julie Bishop’s shoes. Patricia Karvelas’ sleeves. Sarah Hanson-Young’s neckline. Australians already know federal parliament is one of the most sexist workplaces we have. Illustration: Dionne GainCredit: A survey earlier this year asked Australians to nominate areas of society where they perceived sexism to be most widespread. Politics topped the list, followed by the general "workplace”, then the media and advertising. […]

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Montana men mow ‘FU45’ in large field to protest Donald Trump’s visit

Kevin Crawford of Bozeman and Curtis Roe of Belgrade decided to protest President Donald Trump’s visit Saturday to the Bozeman Yellowstone International Airport in grass. The pair mowed “FU45”  on Roe’s land under the landing approach Air Force One would make. The result was lettering 60 feet tall and 150 feet across. Crawford said that seemed like a better approach than protesting […]

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Financial crisis hit young men hard – and they're yet to recover

There’s been plenty of good news about jobs lately. Australia's unemployment rate has been in decline all year and reached a six-year low of 5 per cent in September. There’s every chance it will go lower still. But an important new study paints a less rosy picture for young Australian workers. Melbourne University researchers Lyn Craig and Brendan Churchill tracked […]

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