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Alberta Mental Health Board readies youth magazine

The Edmonton-based Alberta Mental Health Board has launched a new magazine aimed at young people called Grip. The magazine, which will also be written by young people, is intended to provide teenagers a place to express their thoughts on issues such as relationships, peer pressure, academic life and self-esteem, according to the board. The board will manage the magazine in association with Venture Publishing. A website for the publication has been constructed at <>. The first issue will be released in late May. It will be distributed through schools, libraries and other youth-oriented locations. “This magazine presents an exciting opportunity,” said Iris Evans, Alberta Health and Wellness Minister. “It brings youth together where there is common ground, and helps them learn from each other about how to cope and respond to different life situations.”

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