Tomorrow is Bell Let’s Talk Day 2018!

Montreal , Tuesday, January 30, 2018

Bell Let's Talk Day 2017 set all new records with 131,705,010 messages, growing Bell's funding for Canadian mental health by $6,585,250.50. #BellLetsTalk was Canada's top hashtag in 2017, and is now the most used Twitter hashtag ever in Canada.

The 2018 Bell Let's Talk Day awareness campaign spotlights personal stories from Canadians of all ages from all walks of life living with mental illness or providing support for those who do.

"I am so happy to join with all the friends of Bell Let's Talk to share our stories of living with mental illness and the stigma that surrounds it, and work together to encourage everyone to talk about mental health so no one misses out on the care they need," said Melynda Ehaloak, a mental health advocate in Canada's North who appears in the campaign. "Through my work with youth in Nunavut, I see every day just how important it is to keep talking so that we can help young people living with mental health issues."

Join the conversation

Tomorrow, millions of people in Canada and around the world send messages of support and encouragement for those struggling with mental illness, share their own stories and offer ideas about how we can improve everyone's mental health.

Bell will donate 5 cents to Canadian mental health programs for each of these interactions on January 31, at no extra cost to participants:

  • Text and talk: Every text message, mobile and long distance call made by Bell Canada, Bell Aliant and Bell MTS
  • Twitter: Every tweet using #BellLetsTalk and Bell Let's Talk Day video view
  • Facebook: Every view of the Bell Let's Talk Day video at Facebook.com/BellLetsTalk and use of the Bell Let's Talk frame
  • Instagram: Every Bell Let's Talk Day video view
  • Snapchat: Every use of the Bell Let's Talk filter and video view

Thank you for your support!