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Group lobbies feds to keep mental health funding a priority when shaping health accord

Canadian Alliance on Mental Illness and Mental Health members plan to meet 50 MPs and others to discuss mental health

News | SHRUTI SHEKAR
Published: Tuesday, 10/04/2016 3:45 pm EDT
Lobby Monitor photo by Shruti Shekar
Chris Summerville, member of CAMIMH and CEO of Schizophrenia Society of Canada, addressed the media about the group's heavy lobbying efforts to increase funding for mental health.

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