So Let’s Talk…. “Loneliness & anxiety are two of the biggest issues in today’s world. Every day there are more & more people who feel alone.” 1. In our lifetime there are many times we are alone, but not lonely. However I’m sure if you were to sit a moment and think, you could recall…

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We all have a moral compass of some kind or perhaps a better way of understanding this is by calling it a “conscience”. As a Chaplain with a Christian background my beliefs in this area stem in large part from the Bible. First Responders who I work with might not have that resource and yet…

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It is with great pleasure that Badge of Life Canada / Insigne de vie Canada announces that we have a new website platform for our organizational requirements that will allow for easier navigation of available information, ordering of items from our SHOP, such as Spartan #suicideprevention bracelets, as well as donations. Many thanks to Gem…

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Badge of Life Canada / Insigne de vie Canada networks and collaborates with organizations who wish to network and collaborate with our Mission objectives. Our friends from IveGotYourBack911 have made a donation of $500.00 towards our upcoming female First Responder workshop weekends. Without committed organizations like IveGotYourBack911 we would not be able to host such…

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On October 3, 2017, Badge of Life Canada / Insigne de vie Canada was humbled and honoured to receive a donation from The Co-Operators  in the amount of $2,000.00 towards our ongoing charitable organizational expenses. On behalf of our Board of Directors, we look forward to helping #changeculture within police, correctional and other first responder organizations that wish to…

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Badge of Life Canada was honoured to present at a recent ‘Police Mental Health Symposium’ entitled, “At What Cost? The Burden of Wearing the Badge” hosted in Washington, DC on June 2, 2017 by the Australian Federal Police. The inaugural ‘Police Mental Health Symposium’ was a forum for policing agencies to discuss the challenges and global…

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  On the morning of Tuesday May 16, 2017, Simon Fraser had been at Police week in Washington DC with several close friends and was riding on a county road near Cleveland Georgia when his motorcycle unexpectedly left the road. Simon was killed instantly. A celebration of life has been planned by family and friends…

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