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The Mental Health Commission of Canada (MHCC) wants to showcase leaders and identify champions of workplace wellness. Sharing experiences helps connect organizations undergoing similar processes allowing us all to learn and progress. MHCC invites you to take five minutes to complete this online form and share your experience.

Supporting Employee Success

Supporting Employee Success – A Tool to Plan Accommodations that Support Success at Work. A free resource that helps facilitate employee mental health while meeting job requirements. 


Congratulations to Mike Schwartz, our former Executive Director (2007-2015), who – along with the Centre itself – has received the Mood Disorders Association of Ontario’s 2016 Pillar of Hope Award for positive changes they have made to the mental health landscape.

Our Executive Director Diane Bezdikian accepted the award on behalf of Mike and the Centre at a ceremony held May 11 at the Royal Ontario Museum.

Last updated on: Friday, September 09, 2016

90% of Canadian employees believe a mentally healthy workplace is a productive one

A 2014 national survey by Morneau Shepell tells a compelling story about the current state of mental health in Canadian workplaces. Read the Workplace Mental Health Priorities report here external link.

Last updated on: Thursday, July 09, 2015

CERIC Career Services Guide now available

CERIC has released a new Career Services Guide: Supporting People Affected by Mental Health Issues. Download your free copy (PDF) here external link.

Last updated on: Thursday, July 09, 2015

Vancouver Sun: Ending stigma of mental health starts with us

Read external link a May 2015 op-ed by Lucette Wesley, Director, Disability Services, Pacific Blue Cross and Bottom Line Conference Steering Committee Member.

Last updated on: Thursday, July 09, 2015

Canada’s national standard

The Canadian Mental Health Association (CMHA) has created a fun, musical – yet surprisingly helpful – way to learn about the psychosocial risk factors described in the National Standard of Canada for Psychological Health and Safety in the Workplace. Filmed live this past February, at the CMHA’s Bottom Line Conference in Vancouver. You can watch it nowexternal link. (English and French subtitles available.)

Last updated on: Thursday, April 02, 2015