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So You Want to Help Save Someone’s Life?

View On Meetup.com Date Thursday, 25 Jan 2018 7:00 PM • What we’ll doHave you ever had a man in your life who was experiencing a mental health crisis?Did you ever wonder how you could help? Join us and learn how to effectively intervene to support a loved one. Dr. Thomas Ungar is an award

Holiday Party and Charity Auction at the Canadian Centre for Men and Families

View On Meetup.com Date Thursday, 21 Dec 2017 7:00 PM You’re Invited to the Holiday Party and Charity Auction at the Canadian Centre for Men and Families! Here’s your chance to get the perfect present while benefiting the health of men & families.  Thursday, Dec 21st, 7:00 PM – 10:00 PM Canadian Centre for Men

Prosecuting Sexual Assault: Should you hear it all?

View On Meetup.com Date Thursday, 23 Nov 2017 7:00 PM Prosecuting Sexual Assault: Should you hear it all? Join us for an important and timely debate. For full info and tickets visit https://prosecutingsexualassault.eventbrite.com This June the federal government introduced Bill C-51 with the stated goal “to help make the criminal justice system more compassionate towards

How the Traditional Approach to Domestic Abuse Is Endangering Children

View On Meetup.com Date Wednesday, 01 Nov 2017 7:00 PM How the Traditional Approach to Domestic Abuse Is Endangering Children Join Karen Woodall, authority on parental alienation and family reunification A FREE EVENT. REGISTER HERE: https://alienationisabuse.eventbrite.ca The traditional model of domestic abuse is deeply flawed. Scholarly research is clear that men and women are equally likely

Staring Down the Barrel of Addiction (Public Event)

View On Meetup.com Date Thursday, 31 Aug 2017 7:00 PM Staring Down the Barrel of Addiction Featuring Thomas Bradley Thursday, August 31st, 2017 at 7:00PM Location: Canadian Centre for Men and Families, 152 Carlton St, Unit 201 Thomas Bradley was a “full-time addict” for twenty years. Now he’s a full-time student, working to become an