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Rogers Hometown Hockey Victoria

Rogers Hometown Hockey Victoria

Olympic gold medalists, Simon Whitfield and Adam Kreek join Rogers' Hometown Hockey to discuss life in Victoria, the mind-body connection through movement, and their role as National Champions for the Canadian Men's Health Foundation.  "Men's health is more than the...

How the corporate lifestyle is killing men in B.C.

How the corporate lifestyle is killing men in B.C.

How the corporate lifestyle is killing men in B.C. “The corporate lifestyle—eating, drinking, smoking and working to excess—is killing men at an alarming rate in B.C. What can be done about it—and are employees and employers ready to step in to make the necessary...

Elite athletes paddle for men’s health

Elite athletes paddle for men’s health

Elite athletes to paddle board from Vancouver to Victoria for men’s health Eleven elite athletes plan to traverse the waters between Vancouver and Victoria on paddle boards this week to draw attention to men’s health.  The Stand Up Paddle for Men’s Health kicks off...

Keeping Men Healthy, Part One – Elaine Yong reports

Keeping Men Healthy, Part One – Elaine Yong reports

Keeping Men Healthy, Part One – Elaine Yong reports A national campaign has been launched to help change men’s attitudes towards their health. As Elaine Yong at Global News reports, the initiative has a pair of major players on board and they hope to inspire men to...

Interview: Olympic Gold Medalist Simon Whitfield

Interview: Olympic Gold Medalist Simon Whitfield

Interview: Olympic Gold Medalist Simon Whitfield  Watch as Simon gets interviewed on Breakfast Television about his life post Olympics and his support for the CMHF with the Don't Change Much campaign and Stand Up for Men's Health event. Watch on Breakfast Television...

Standing up for men’s health

Standing up for men’s health

Standing up for men's health Olympian Simon Whitfield is among 11 athletes planning to cross Georgia Strait to raise awareness for men's health. Watch on CBC Player

Get in the know with YouCheck

Get in the know with YouCheck

Get in the know with YouCheck Thanks to Sun Life Financial's support, Canadian men can now use You Check - a quick, free, anonymous online tool to easily assess their risk for serious illnesses by answering a few simple questions. You Check - the world's first men's...

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