Bell Let's Talk Day 2017 is one for the record books with 131705010 total messages of support - and $6585250.50 ... - Canada NewsWire (press release)

MONTRÉAL, Jan. 26, 2017 /CNW Telbec/ - It's official! Bell Let's Talk Day 2017 has set all-new records with unprecedented participation in Canada's national conversation about mental health, the largest of its kind in the world. People in Canada and ...

Bell Let's Talk raises more than $6.5 million for mental health - CTV News

Bell Let's Talk, a national campaign to end stigma surrounding mental health and raise money for the cause, raised more than $6.5 million from texts, phonecalls and social media interactions, as of Thursday morning. A total of 131,705,010 interactions ...

Stigma of mental illness decreasing as people talk - Lethbridge Herald

One in five Canadians is dealing with some form of mental illness at any given point in their life. With national initiatives such as Bell Let's Talk Day on Wednesday, the Canadian Mental Health Association hopes people will continue, or perhaps begin ...

Michigan hockey supports Bell Let's Talk - The Michigan Daily

Senior defenseman Nolan De Jong helped raise awareness for Bell Let's Talk, a campaign aimed at ending the stigma surrounding mental illnesses. Jeremy Mitnick. Orion Sang. Daily Sports Editor. Wednesday, January 25, 2017 - 8:29pm ...

#BellLetsTalk and hockey collide to raise awareness for mental health - Hockeybuzz.com (blog)

These hashtags have been splashed all over social media today, January 25th as Bell has once again taken mental health awareness to the next level. Through Bell Media's various platforms on television and radio across Canada, mental illnesses have ...

Talking about mental health comforting says Red Deer woman - Red Deer Advocate (subscription)

Central Albertans joined with other Canadians on Wednesday to talk openly about mental health. Crystal Carfantan was one of them. The 40-year-old woman, who grew up in Red Deer, said she was following closely the Bell Let's Talk day of discussion.

VIDEO: Getting social for mental health - Comox Valley Echo

As Canadian Olympian Clara Hughes puts it: It's time to stop talking and start listening to those battling with their mental health. “There's very few people who can understand what it's like to live with depression, what it's like to live with bipolar ...

Help get the conversation on mental health started with #BellLetsTalk - CelebMix (blog)

Sometimes, living with a mental illness can seem like a burden that's almost impossible to bare. Sometimes, living with a mental illness can make you feel like you're watching your entire life play out in front of you, but just out of reach, like you ...

NSCC Pictou campus students support Let's Talk Day - The News

NSCC faculty member Carol MacDonald and LPN students Lisa MacDonald and London Noel write about what mental health means to them on the Bell Let's Talk banner at NSCC on Wednesday. ©Carol Dunn. STELLARTON At 10 a.m. Wednesday morning, ...

Annual Bell Let's Talk event makes a big impression - Toronto Star

Olympian Clara Hughes has become the face Bell Let's Talk Day. (CARLOS OSORIO / TORONTO STAR) | Order this photo. By Star Staff. Wed., Jan. 25, 2017. Let's talk! That was the prompt from Bell Canada on Jan. 25, promoting Bell Let's Talk Day, ...

A global conversation about mental health #BellLetsTalk - WLBZ2.com

If you've been on social media today, you've probably seen the hashtag #BellLetsTalk. Well, let's talk about it. Started by the Canadian telecomm company Bell, it's part of their mental health initiative with 6x Olympic medalist Clara Hughes. Hughes ...

Siloam Mission marks #BellLetsTalk day with mental health training - MetroNews Canada

In 2016, the Winnipeg shelter was one of the local recipients of Bell Lets Talk Community Fund moneys that support grass roots mental health initiatives. Share on Facebook. Tweet. Reddit this! A. A. Report an Error. Share via Email. Print. Siloam Mission.

'I wanted to be human': Saskatoon man hosts opens dialogue about mental health in workplace - CTV News

Shane Partridge is happy to be alive and working. When he was 11 years old, he attempted suicide, which spiralled into drug and alcohol abuse to cope with depression. He got involved in gangs and criminal activity, which led to post-traumatic stress ...

Bell Let's Talk Day An Important Step To Support Mental Health - BlackburnNews.com

The founder of the organization “Get in Touch for Hutch” hopes today's Bell Let's Talk Day helps people to be able to speak freely about mental health. Arthur resident Myrna Hutchinson lost her son to suicide due to mental health issues, and says it's ...

Let's Do More Than Talk. Let's Start Funding Mental Health - Huffington Post Canada

Picture this, if you will. A big corporation holds an annual event to help break the stigma of physical health. You see, people are ashamed when they get sick so they don't go to the doctor. It's been bad, and it's getting worse. People's health is ...

Oxford County leaders say Bell Let's Talk Day isn't a solution to mental health concerns, but a good start towards ... - Woodstock Sentinel Review

Local agencies and advocates say that Bell Let's Talk Day – the annual online frenzy that drives mental health into the spotlight and enables citizens to donate just by posting on social media – is a valuable tool in the fight for a suicide-safe region ...

Opinion: Bell Let's Talk should prioritize action - The Charlatan

On Jan. 25, Canadians had the opportunity to participate in the annual Bell Let's Talk campaign. This campaign has been plastered all over social media, television, and the sides of buses in an effective, albeit overly branded, manner. But who does ...

More funding needed for mental health system: CMHA - Owen Sound Sun Times

CMHA staff were at Heritage Place Mall Wednesday for Bell Let's Talk Day. (DENIS LANGLOIS/THE SUN TIMES). Tweet · Bookmark and Share. Change text size for the story. Print. Report an error. Canada lags behind the world's other major developed ...

#LetsTalk: Wednesday is the seventh annual Bell Let's Talk Day - CTV News

Today is the seventh annual Bell Let's Talk Day aimed at raising awareness and funds for mental health initiatives. One in five Canadians suffer from some form of mental illness. Two out of three people will not seek help because of the stigma ...

Maria McLean, Ex-Radio Host: I Asked Bell For Mental-Health Leave. They Fired Me. - Huffington Post Canada

A former radio host for New Brunswick's K93 FM in Grand Falls said she was wrongfully fired after asking for medical leave to deal with her depression and anxiety. Maria McLean said she met with her supervisor earlier this month to ask for two weeks ...