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CEDA moved to support both CMHA and Fort McMurray relief
CEDA moved to support both CMHA and Fort McMurray relief
May 31, 2016

On that very Monday, CEDA, an industrial services company based in Alberta with operations in Fort McMurray, launched their annual charity silent auction to benefit the Canadian Mental Health Association….

Talk Today
Talk Today
May 25, 2016

The Canadian Mental Health Association (CMHA) and the Canadian Hockey League (CHL) officially partnered on May 24, expanding the mental health and suicide-awareness program Talk Today. The announcement, made at…

UBC Wins Mental Health in the Workplace Award
UBC Wins Mental Health in the Workplace Award
Feb 26, 2016

Vancouver – Obscured by recent high-profile troubles at the University of British Columbia is the great work being done by the university in the realm of workplace mental health. That…

Leaders Not “Walking the Talk” on Workplace Mental Health, National Survey Reveals
Leaders Not “Walking the Talk” on Workplace Mental Health, National Survey Reveals
Feb 23, 2016

Vancouver – The Canadian workplace has a long way to go before it can be called mentally healthy. Fewer than one in four organizations are doing “quite” or “very” well…

National Bottom Line Conference to Highlight the Heroes of Workplace Mental Health
National Bottom Line Conference to Highlight the Heroes of Workplace Mental Health
Feb 5, 2016

The 2016 National Bottom Line Conference is about heroes. The conference theme, Heroes in the Workplace: Stories from the Champions of Change, celebrates the individuals and organizations helping to achieve…

CMHA and Canadians are calling for increased mental health funding for all Canadians now
CMHA and Canadians are calling for increased mental health funding for all Canadians now
Sep 23, 2015

“For the first time in Canadian history, every province has a strategy or plan focused on mental health and/or addictions. Leaders across Canada should be commended for the important strides…

$10 Million in federal funding for Canadian CMHAs
$10 Million in federal funding for Canadian CMHAs
Jul 31, 2015

CMHAs in 13 cities will be receiving the grant will partner with employers and participants with little or no work experience to find and maintain employment. “This funding builds on…

The Canadian Mental Health Association, Ontario Division Welcomes Camille Quenneville as CEO
The Canadian Mental Health Association, Ontario Division Welcomes Camille Quenneville as CEO
Oct 2, 2012

Ms. Quenneville comes to CMHA Ontario with an impressive record of achievements and experience in the Not for Profit sector. Camille has held leadership positions in the educational, governmental and…

The Universal Basic Income: an idea whose time has come? 
The Universal Basic Income: an idea whose time has come? 
Jan 1, 1970

When the COVID-19 pandemic caused sudden and unprecedented job loss, Canada moved swiftly. The COVID-19 Economic Recovery Plan – of which the CERB is a part – provided temporary income support to workers who lost jobs due to the pandemic. In the process, it may have changed the way we…