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Whether you're exploring a new career path or just looking to better understand things help those around you, there's a bunch of online education aimed at building knowledge and awareness of mental health. 

Even better, most of the courses are free and come with flexible deadlines so you can study at your own pace if you have a full-time job or are enrolled in other studies.

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A year into the COVID-19 pandemic, research has found that young Canadians in particular are struggling with anxiety and depression.

In a release, the International Development and Relief Foundation explained that 30% of young people in Canada are currently unemployed, while 19% have been experiencing “moderate to severe anxiety.”

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Just over one year since he and Meghan Markle made the move to America's west coast, Prince Harry has landed a new job.

The Duke of Sussex has now assumed the role of chief impact officer at a Silicon Valley startup known as BetterUp, which specializes in improving the mental health of employees at major corporations.

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The University of Toronto is stepping up to help people improve their mental health during COVID-19 with free online classes.

According to U of T, the course, which is called Mind Control: Managing Your Mental Health During COVID-19, teaches students to manage their anxiety through various techniques. 

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A new study from Mental Health Research Canada has found that COVID-19 is affecting Canadians’ mental health significantly right now.

In a new tweet, Health Canada revealed that “anxiety and depression among Canadians are at their highest” due to the ongoing pandemic.

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