Bell Let's Talk

QBACC calls for increased accessibility to Queen’s mental health services

Queen’s Backing Action on Climate Change (QBACC) is calling for Queen’s Mental Health Services (QMHS) to address the limitations of their care.Continue...

Bell, let’s talk: mental illness isn’t Michael Bublé watering plants

‘Bell Let’s Talk’ Day encourages the de-stigmatization of conversations about mental health issues, but the flaws of the campaign itself need addressing: namely, the band-aid solutions it offers in place of the systemic change we need.Continue...

Panel discusses COVID-19’s mental health impact on marginalized communities

The Faculty of Health Sciences (FHS) and Bell Let’s Talk co-hosted “Bell Let’s Talk: Mental Health in Diverse Communities” over video-chat platform Zoom last Friday.Continue...

Hold the phone on accepting Bell Let’s Talk at face value

If a company touts its success starting conversations about mental health, it should ensure its other, quieter initiatives don’t simultaneously undo that good work.Continue...

Let’s talk about Bell's corporate advocacy

Bell Canada recently raised over $7 million for domestic mental health initiatives through its “Bell Let’s Talk” campaign.Continue...

Let’s Talk Mental Health preview event takes campus

The Department of Health Sciences and Bell Let’s Talk co-hosted “Let’s Talk Mental Health” in Mitchell Hall’s Rose Innovation Hub on Tuesday.Continue...

Bell, let's talk

My father has passed down many wonderful things that to me: my red hair that’s never quite straight or curly; my sarcastic sense of humour that has a tendency to get me into trouble; my knack for making small talk with just about anyone.Continue...