When I tried to kill myself, I received help. Why don’t Indigenous people?

Anna Mehler Paperny: Hospitals are supposed to be places where you receive care and are kept safe. But that’s not true for everyone.

Are Baby Boomers the suicide generation?

Pondering his brother’s death, an author asks if Boomers are pre-programmed to end their own lives in his new book, ‘To The River: Losing My Brother’

A letter to friends with mental illnesses: ‘Your lives make my life worth living’

Before You Go: Some of Daphnée Lévesque’s loved ones suffer from mental illness, and have tried to take their own lives—a struggle she understands firsthand. Still, she holds hope.

How AI is helping to predict and prevent suicides

Artificial intelligence technology is here to stay in suicide screening and intervention, but there are obstacles to address

Logan Paul isn’t alone in exploiting suicide, so why do others get a pass?

People who die from mental illness—including those who die by suicide—deserve to be afforded the same dignity as people who die from any other disease

Bella Bella, B.C.: The town that solved suicide

How remote Bella Bella emerged from its ‘dark time’ by reconnecting troubled youth with the land

What we’re not talking about in the assisted-dying debate

Why suicide researchers have a potentially important perspective on the debate over assisted dying

Top court allows ‘physician-assisted death’

John Geddes on the legal and ethical conundrum handed to the federal government by the Supreme Court’s historic decision

Gunned down, not run down: The new face of American fatalities

Data shows that it’s just a matter of time before guns kill more Americans than cars do

Miriam Toews: Nudging along a difficult conversation

The award-winning author is pleased Canadians are talking, but she is nudging the conversation along.

Researchers discover a blood test for suicide risk

A single human gene seems to indicate whether a patient has an elevated risk for suicide

I dropped out of McGill because of depression

Advice from a woman who couldn’t find help on campus