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Let's Talk: Mental Health Awareness and the Invictus Games


It’s finally 2017, the year Canada will play host to the third and largest Invictus Games! Toronto will soon welcome 550 wounded, ill and injured servicemen, women and veterans — from 17 nations — to compete in a dozen sports. The Invictus Games will also give us an opportunity to talk more openly about many issues facing our military families. Issues like physical accessibility, employment transition and post-traumatic stress injury (PTSI). Full Story

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