McGill research reveals positive impact of CMHA Ontario’s Talk Today program in Canadian Junior Hockey League (Montreal/Toronto, Jan. 26, 2023) – A new report by McGill University Faculty of Education researchers shows Canadian Mental Health Association (CMHA), Ontario’s Talk Today program is making a positive impact on athletes in the Canadian Junior Hockey League (CJHL). […]Continue readingMcGill research reveals positive impact of CMHA Ontario’s Talk Today program in Canadian Junior Hockey League
Drop-in Yoga is back at CMHA Manitoba and Winnipeg! Join us every Wednesday starting January 4, 2023, from 6:30 PM – 7:30 PM. Don’t forget to bring your own mat! Drop-in Yoga PosterContinue readingDrop-in Yoga
Registration is now open for the Working Together Thriving @ Work 2022 In Person and Virtual Conference! This combined in-person and virtual two-day conference will focus on creative and collaborative approaches to addressing key challenges organizations face when implementing programs and measuring policy; as well as sharing best practices and exploring future innovation. The challenges we have […]Continue readingWorking Together Thriving @ Work 2022
The Canadian Mental Health Association Manitoba and Winnipeg is pleased to invite you to our Annual General Meeting. We are very excited to share our accomplishments over the past year. Tuesday, June 21, 2022 11:30 to 1:00 Viscount Gort Hotel 1670 Portage Avenue, Winnipeg, R3J 0C9 Light luncheon: 11:45 am ǀ AGM Business: 1:00 pm […]Continue readingInvitation to CMHA’s Annual General Meeting
Just as Manitobans are experiencing pandemic fatigue after two long years, research suggests that they may also be experiencing “empathy fatigue.”Continue readingCMHA and the University of British Columbia Release Data on Empathy and Challenged Relationships
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This morning, CMHA National released a fourth round survey and report, in partnership with UBC, documenting two years of pandemic-related stressors, including grief and trauma, which are likely to lead to significant long-term mental health effects on both our population and the frontline mental health providers caring for them. According to Round 4 of the Assessing the […]Continue readingMost Canadians worry COVID will never go away