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Let's talk about mental health

Jan. 27 is Bell Let's Talk Day.
Jan. 27 is Bell Let's Talk Day.

Jan. 27 is Bell Let's Talk Day, a day when Canadians are encouraged to have a conversation about mental health.

Now in its sixth year, the campaign invites everyone to talk, text, tweet and share in the conversation about Canada's mental health. For every text message sent, long distance or mobile call made, tweet using the hashtag #BellLetsTalk, or share of a Facebook image, Bell donates five cents to mental health initatives in Canada.

According to information on Bell's website, last year's campaign had more than 122 million messages of support. More than $6 million was raised to fund mental health programs and the campaign became the top Twitter trend worldwide.

Across the country, Canadian celebrities, politicians and athletes lend their voices to the campaign. Comedian Mary Walsh, Olympian Clara Hughes, and TSN personality Michael Landsberg are among those who participate, telling their stories.

For more information, visit letstalk.bell.ca.

Now in its sixth year, the campaign invites everyone to talk, text, tweet and share in the conversation about Canada's mental health. For every text message sent, long distance or mobile call made, tweet using the hashtag #BellLetsTalk, or share of a Facebook image, Bell donates five cents to mental health initatives in Canada.

According to information on Bell's website, last year's campaign had more than 122 million messages of support. More than $6 million was raised to fund mental health programs and the campaign became the top Twitter trend worldwide.

Across the country, Canadian celebrities, politicians and athletes lend their voices to the campaign. Comedian Mary Walsh, Olympian Clara Hughes, and TSN personality Michael Landsberg are among those who participate, telling their stories.

For more information, visit letstalk.bell.ca.

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