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  • Bell Let's Talk Day

    On Bell Let’s Talk Day you're invited to talk, text and join in on social media to help end the stigma around mental illness and drive action in Canadian mental health! Send a Bell Let’s Talk message of support on Wednesday, January 25 and Bell will donate 5 cents more to mental health programs for each message. The goal? Let’s beat 2016’s record 126M messages and the $6.3M Bell donation. Social media engagement has expanded to Instagram and Snapchat in addition to Twitter and Facebook. #BellLetsTalk was Canada’s #1 Twitter hashtag in 2016. Click the link below for more information and to learn 5 simple ways to help end stigma by downloading the Bell Let’s Talk toolkit!
  • NABS Vancouver Island Annual Cannes Lion Ad Viewing Fundraiser

    Sticky Wicket Pub: Games Room - 919 Douglas Street - Victoria
    Cocktails. Conversations. Commercials. Watch the world’s best advertisements with the Island’s best advertisers! This night of media and mingling is an annual gala event to raise awareness and financial support for NABS – the National Advertising Benevolent Society. The Vancouver Island chapter of NABS provides a comprehensive support system to the advertising, marketing and communications professionals of Vancouver Island.
    $25 - $40
  • Alzheimer Society of BC ~ Breakfast to Remember

    Fairmont Empress Hotel - Victoria
    7:15am - 9am Hear from an inspiring business leader and network while you support the Alzheimer Society of B.C. and the estimated 70,000 individuals affected by dementia in the province. Keynote speaker: Dr. Brendan Carr, President and Chief Executive Officer, Island Health Guest speaker: Holly Tuokko, Professor in the Department of Psychology and a research affiliate of the Institute on Aging & Lifelong Health at the University of Victoria in British Columbia

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