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WHL Talk Today Game Nights Campaign Raises Nearly $20,000 for CMHA Branches in Western Canada
May 4th, 2022

The Western Hockey League announced today that, by teaming with RE/MAX and Canadian Mental Health Association (CMHA) branches, over $19,000 has been raised through RE/MAX Presents: WHL Talk Today Game…

Only 14 per cent of Albertans are feeling empathetic
May 4th, 2022

Just as Albertans are experiencing pandemic fatigue after two long years, research suggests that Albertans may also be experiencing “empathy fatigue.” CMHA and UBC release new data on empathy and challenged relationships. The…

Save the Date for Mental Health Week
Apr 7th, 2022

Before you weigh in, tune in. When someone is struggling, you don’t have to fix their pain. Tune in and see through their eyes. For Mental Health Week this year – May…

Living with Bipolar Disorder
Mar 25th, 2022

March 30th, World Bipolar Day “One percent (1%) of Canadians aged 15 years and over reported symptoms that met the criteria for a bipolar disorder in the previous 12 months”…

Feel like you’re running on empty these days? You’re not alone.

Mar 1st, 2022

For two years, COVID-19 has plagued us. And for two years, CMHA and UBC have been asking Albertans how they’re doing. Now, in the latest round of research, Albertans are…

This Mental Health Week is all about empathy
Feb 3rd, 2022

“I can relate.” It’s a familiar expression and one you’ve likely used countless times throughout the pandemic. When someone has been sick or stressed, felt lonely or lost their job. You say it without having to think: “I get it….

Eating Disorder Awareness Week
Jan 31st, 2022

Research is showing that eating disorders are on the rise in young people since the onset of COVID-19. February 1-7, 2022 is National Eating Disorder Awareness Week. The National Eating Disorders Information Centre…

Bell Let’s Talk Day is Wednesday, January 26
Jan 24th, 2022

Bell Let’s Talk Day is Wednesday, January 26 and we’re joining in to help drive meaningful progress in mental health. Since 2010, Canadians and people around the globe have joined…

Move for your Mood
Jan 12th, 2022

This article is brought to you by the Canadian Mental Health Association and ParticipACTION to raise awareness of the mental health benefits of physical activity and provide actionable solutions to…

New Year Self-Care
Jan 1st, 2022

Self-care is the act of taking care of yourself to preserve or improve one’s own health. It can help reduce or eliminate stress, anxiety and depression, improve productivity, and increase…

First Responders Half Marathon
Dec 20th, 2021

Make the most of your workout and support the mental health of first responders in your community The First Responders Half Marathon is a highly regarded event that takes place…

Envisioning a Canada where mental health is a human right
Dec 8th, 2021

Mental health has never been more top-of-mind in Canada. Perhaps because the need has never been so great. “It has been 18 months of isolation, stress and uncertainty,” says Margaret…

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