Community Pathway

Council of Canadians With Disabilities: Opportunities


I hope you are all getting out there to vote. As part of our ongoing work with the Advisory Group for Disability Issues at Elections Canada, we have been asked […]

NEADS: November 2015 Event Calander


Organizer: National Educational Association of Disabled Students (NEADS) Title: Focus group for students who identify with mental health conditions in Timmins, Ontario, Friday, November 13, 2015 Category: Education Location: Tiimmins, […]

I’m Afraid my Mental Illness will Hold Me Back…

by Maria Cruz

I can’t stress enough how crippling it is to have a mental illness. The stigma surrounding it doesn’t help either, especially with admitting you have one or even seeking help […]

The Winter Blues: An Overview

by May Chau

As autumn is now here in full force, winter is just around the corner. Campus life can become grim in the winter season, especially during exam time. If you’ve ever […]

Introversion; It’s OK to Be an Introvert

by Maria Cruz

I’m often teased by those my own age for not going out to bars, parties, or nightclubs (I haven’t even set foot in a nightclub). I’m not a big drinker, […]

Dealing with Anxiety

by Teodora Pasca

Feeling tense or overwhelmed is normal, especially for a student juggling a variety of responsibilities. However, if you constantly experience intense stress, fear of failure, and feelings of inadequacy, the […]