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Cheryl Marsh hugs her son Colin Stainton, 11 near their home in Toronto on April 24, 2012. Marsh and her son Colin took part in a program called the Coping Power Program, that helped Cheryl and Colin deal with Colin's anger. On Wednesday, CAMH will announce a $10 million donation from Margaret McCain for mental health programs for children and youth, that will be used, among other things, to hire more staff, create programs and start an inpatient unit for youth with both mental health and addictions. (Deborah Baic/THE GLOBE AND MAIL)
Cheryl Marsh hugs her son Colin Stainton, 11 near their home in Toronto on April 24, 2012. Marsh and her son Colin took part in a program called the Coping Power Program, that helped Cheryl and Colin deal with Colin's anger. On Wednesday, CAMH will announce a $10 million donation from Margaret McCain for mental health programs for children and youth, that will be used, among other things, to hire more staff, create programs and start an inpatient unit for youth with both mental health and addictions. (Deborah Baic/THE GLOBE AND MAIL)

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