post-traumatic stress disorder

PTSD sufferer Medric Cousineau on how a service dog saved his life

Medric Cousineau is angry over Ottawa’s refusal to treat service dogs for PTSD sufferers the same as for other injured former soldiers.

Inside Roméo Dallaire’s ongoing battle with PTSD

From 2016: Lt.-Gen. Roméo Dallaire’s raw and emotionally devastating memoir lays bare his own inner torment

PTSD and the loneliness of coming home

Author Sebastian Junger asks what if PTSD is located not in the trauma of combat, but in the transition back to modern life?

Uncommon bonds: The friendship of Lindhout, Khadr and Harper

How horrific personal tragedies drew three suffering Canadians—Amanda Lindhout, Omar Khadr, and Rinelle Harper—into a close, unlikely kinship

Editorial: A century of goodwill is getting blown away

The sad RCMP shooting of Greg Matters


Broken soldiers, suffering without visible scars

Book review: Thank You for Your Service

Final Canadian troops depart for Kabul

Tease the day: Soldiers bouyed by idealism as they train Afghan troops


Studies say . . . a memory boost and the shock of birth

Chocolate makes snails smarter and fish could start losing weight


Gregory John Matters, 1972-2012

For years, the former soldier had struggled with PTSD. Finally, last year, he sought treatment. He was better than ever.



Margaret Thatcher beats out Oprah, Ozzy Osbourne’s Neanderthal roots, and a very special seeing-eye dog