Bell Let’s Talk held its eighth annual event hosted by the Wellness Centre at Mount Royal University.
Toques, buttons and stickers were given away to bring awareness towards mental health in hopes to end the stigma. The event gave students and faculty the opportunity to write encouraging messages around mental health that were then stuck on the walls of the hall.
When J.R. Brooks’ back starting hurting in high school, he shrugged it off as just a bad back. He played many sports and thought he’d just sprained his back in a game of basketball.
While a recent Gender Bender event at Mount Royal University showcased a celebration of gender identity and expression, some attendees expressed concern about what might happen to them under a United Conservative Party (UCP) government.
Mel Vee — a burlesque performer at the event — is tired of political talk and no action, and is deeply worried about what a UCP win would look like.