"There'll never be an election in this province where they don't talk about education and health yet they never talk about children's mental health. This is astounding to me. They talk about crime, services, gun control and a number of other stuff yet they never talk about children's mental health," said Hoy.
Hoy will be happy to know that conversation is, in fact, happening. There are some folk even trying to get the province's mental health agencies to do another targeted campaign this election. Even Tim Hudak has come out, talking about the importance of treating mental health as of equal importance to physical health.
There's been a big change over the past four years; just think what might happen over the next four.
Especially if every Ontarian joins the conversation. Doing so - being part of the mental health movement - might even be the best thing you do in your life, for you and for us.