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Isolation Nation: Episode 35

By Michael Landsberg

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It’s that time again! Come isolate with #SickNotWeak. We have two great guests lined up on #IsolationNation. Michael Landsberg is joined by Hometown Hockey co-host Tara Slone and Sportsnet analyst Kevin Bieksa and we have a mystery guest lined up. Watch now and spread the word about IN.

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Thanks to a grant, a Regina non-profit counselling centre is providing an option for people to obtain COVID-19-related sessions free of charge.
“The session would be about hearing them, listening to them and then offering ways of coping,” said Melony Materi, executive director of The Caring Place.
According to Donna Ziegler, executive director of South Saskatchewan Community Foundation — the foundation behind the grant — The Caring Place is one of numerous organizations receiving funding made possible through community and business donations. A total of $43,900 was provided to The Caring Place to help fund its free counselling sessions.
“(The Caring Place) wanted to really support the most vulnerable population, those people who could not afford to apply for counselling,” said Ziegler. “We know that COVID-19 has brought forward all kinds of emotions with it, and being able to cope with how it’s making you feel is critical to the well-being of individuals. So this program specifically is going to help people who are experiencing some challenges with COVID-19 emotionally.”

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