Everybody Knows a ‘55’: A Conversation with Dave Pogue

The following is a piece written by Unsinkable’s Jody Carrow following her interview with Dave Pogue   Dave Pogue’s son, Mitchell, died by suicide in 2013 and ever since Dave and his family have been working to close the gaps in mental health supports in their community of Peterborough, Ontario. Here is our conversation: […]

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The Goodness of Grief: Humanizing My Uniform with Vulnerability

I am a grandson, son, brother, fiancé, dog dad, horse enthusiast, mental health advocate, professor and police officer. My police training started with a family of coaches and mentors. When you start your career, aligning yourself with mentors and coaches who share the values you do makes the undesirable parts of the job doable. These […]

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Moving for our Mental Health

I’ve heard several of my friends say: “I do this for my mental health.” or, “Oh my god, this is my therapy.” and, “Tuesday is my mental health date with myself.” They aren’t talking about counselling, group therapy, or even meditation – they’re talking about riding their bikes. Like many people, I belong to an organized athletic club, […]

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Activism, A Call to Action and Butterflies: A Conversation with Lorelei Williams

The following is a piece written by Unsinkable’s Jody Carrow from her interview with Lorelei Williams   I had the privilege to interview Lorelei Williams, one of the most visible and tireless activists for missing and murdered Indigenous women and girls (MMIWG) in Canada, and increasingly around the world. Lorelei took my call from the […]

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