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Life insurance becomes key topic for advisors’ clients amid COVID-19

Apr 23, 2020

The Globe and Mail: Many Canadians are facing unprecedented anxiety about their finances, their physical health and their loved ones’ well being during the COVID-19 pandemic.

'Hey, Google, how do I deal with stress?' Web searches during COVID-19 reveal Canadians' anxieties

Apr 23, 2020

CBC News: Baking recipes and homemade hand sanitizer are popular searches, but so are conspiracy theories

Why self-care is important during COVID-19 – especially for health care workers

Apr 22, 2020

Healthy Debate: The COVID-19 pandemic is an unprecedented crisis that requires us to develop critical stress-coping mechanisms as we protect ourselves against infection.

Mental health index shows biggest decline among workers in the Prairies

Apr 22, 2020

Talent Canada: The pandemic is affecting the mental health of people across the country, but it’s taking the biggest toll on individuals in the Prairies, according to Morneau Shepell.

COVID-19 causes decline in mental health

Apr 21, 2020

Insurance Portal: Morneau Shepell’s Mental Health Index has shown declines in mental health and well-being in every province as COVID-19 continues its grip on parts of the country.

The Future of Work: How companies can best support employees

Apr 21, 2020

Global News: Video interview on mental health with Paula Allen (3:49 duration)

Stressed, anxious? Free virtual counselling offered in the Tri-Cites

Apr 21, 2020

Tri-City News: New services available as survey shows more Canadians suffering from mental health concerns.

Mental health, well-being decline amid COVID-19

Apr 21, 2020

HR Reporter: The level of mental stress individuals have experienced as a result of COVID-19 jumped to a score of 74.7 in March, up from a baseline score of 50 for the previous month.

Mental health and well-being decline worst in Alberta

Apr 20, 2020

Calgary's Business: Female households were significantly more likely to report a negative impact to their mental health as a result of the pandemic

Alberta saw the biggest drop in mental health scores in Canada

Apr 20, 2020

Lethbridge News Now: The COVID-19 pandemic has played a negative role on the mental health of most Canadians, but it appears Albertans have been hit the hardest.