Photo left to right: Rob Crosby, Al Desrochers (100 Men), Lynda Cowie, Catherine McInnes, Charlene Foster, Marion Whitfield (LMSPC), Michael Koenig, Bob Porter (100 Men)
100 Men Who London choose the London-Middlesex
Fanshawe Student Union Donation to LMSPC comes Full Circle
In April 2014, the Fanshawe Student Union donated $1000 to the London-Middlesex Suicide Prevention Council that was raised at a semi-formal event. What is notew
The London Free Press, December 4, 2012, Ian Gillespie.
This is a new initiative for the city of London and Middlesex county,” Cowie says. “Until this year, there have not been any qualified safeTALK trainers in Lo
London Community News, July 31, 2013, Sean Meyer.
Lynda Cowie is a project co-ordinator with London-Middlesex Suicide Prevention Council, an organization that has existed since around 1990. Lynda played a key role in th
London Community News, September 5, 2013, Sean Meyer. Lifting the Silence, opening the discussion around suicide
London has seen an average of 34 suicide deaths the last 10-plus years — ranging from 26 to 47 deaths pe
The London Free Press, September 9, 2013, Ian Gillespie
Very few people are prepared to talk about (suicide), because as it stands now, there are always going to be people who condemn when someone talks about experienc
Metro News. September 12, 2013, Scott Taylor.
It’s one of the last frontiers — the stigma many feel uncomfortable discussing and one that too often ends tragically.
To contradict a once-popular song, suicide isn’
Interrobang, September 16, 2013, Erika Faust.
Launched with a grant from the Ontario Trillium Foundation, lmspc.ca is the only website in London-Middlesex dedicated to increasing suicide awareness and education.