Tag: Mental health

It should have been — it was — good news. Excellent news, in fact.  Mainland Nova Scotia’s Elizabeth Fry Society — “a non-profit, charitable organization devoted to improving the lives of marginalized groups of identified women, girls, non-binary, and gender diverse individuals who have been let down by broken systems that perpetuate inequality” — had just […]

  Cody Glode had everything to live for. He was a handsome 20 year old,  the youngest firefighter — and first Mi’kmaw — in Truro’s fire service. “The boys at the fire department welcomed [him] with open arms,” his mother says, but Cody’s “true passion” remained mixed martial arts. He was a featherweight fighter. His […]