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    Process of depression

    In 2016, Nicholas Dinardo was arrested and sent to remand at the Regina Correctional Centre. After remaining in segregation for most of the last year, he wrote this poem.

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    The Second Crisis

    How workers on the front lines of Canada’s opioid crisis are coping – and what organized labour can do to support them.

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    150 Years Of Mad Love

    Mad people’s history holds up a mirror to the exalted Canadian story of universal health care, revealing a movement led by people finding and providing care for themselves and each other.

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    “We Continue to be Magical”

    Five young Black folks speak to the challenges and strategies for building and sustaining the Black liberation movement.

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    Psychiatry and pain

    The treatment of pain and mental illness is highly gendered.

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    When psychiatry burns

    From ADHD to major depression, a family doctor takes a critical look at the power of modern psychiatry and the forces that shape it.