Eight in Ten (81%) Canadians Support Using Tax Dollars to Create and Support Youth Suicide Prevention Initiatives

Most (88%) Believe the Government Needs to Do More to Provide for Mental Health Needs of Young People to Prevent Suicide

Monday, February 03, 2014

Toronto, ON – According to a new study conducted by Ipsos Reid on behalf of the Partners for Mental Health, eight in ten (81%) Canadians ‘support’ (35% strongly/46% somewhat) ‘using tax dollars to fund the creation of a dedicated national suicide prevention fund that would provide matching funds to provincial and territorial...

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Eight in Ten (81%) Canadians Support Using Tax Dollars to Create and Support Youth Suicide 
Prevention Initiatives

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Sean Simpson
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Ipsos Public Affairs
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