A website where adults can go online, identify their stressors and receive a customized a problem-solving approach to stress management.
Downloadable PDFs for parents to help them identify and manage their children’s stress
Free well-being resources to help Canadians develop coping strategies and build resilience to help deal with uncertainty, mental health and substance abuse concerns during the COVID-19 pandemic.
What to do when you lose your job, how to apply for Employment Insurance and CERB (Canadian Emergency Response Benefit), how to tell your friends and family, and what to do next if you just lost your job in Canada.
The COVID-19 Youth Wellness Toolkit is an Online Wellness Program that is supporting youth mental health at home.
Check out the official Government of Canada coronavirus website to stay up to date on the latest data, the current health, travel and safety guidelines, and sign up for financial support.
Enjoy an ever-expanding array of digital art resources and activities that will help youth and adults connect to nature through the lens of art.
These resources from National Geographic are organized by grade and come equipped with skill-building lessons on social studies, geography, science and more.
Whether you’re outsourcing the work to an algorithm or an accountant, it’s always a good idea to know when deadlines fall and what’s new every year.
Make quick doodles, and express your creativity with Canvas.