After graduating from the Conservatoire d’art dramatique du Québec in 2007, Marie-Soleil Dion saw her career quickly take off when she landed the role of Cathou in the highly popular youth series Vrak la vie. This show would run for six years, during which time the actress also appeared on other sets— Et si?, Subito Texto, Quart de vie, and Théorie du KO to name a few. She later joined the team of Like Moi, a skit series that saw instant success on the Télé-Québec network. She continues to play a role in L’échappée.

In 2015, she tried her hand at hosting alongside Joël Legendre on Lip Sync Battle, subsequently joining Jonathan Roberge on Ne jamais faire à la maison. Starting in January, you can watch Couple en chantier, which follows Marie-Soleil and her spouse as they embark upon the adventure of renovating their home.

She is delighted to be involved for the fifth time in Bell Let’s Talk. Marie-Soleil’s goal in helping the cause is to spark discussion about mental health, reach out to those suffering in silence, help eradicate stigma and open people’s minds in the hopes that such efforts will open up the dialogue.

Marie-Soleil Dion

Community Fund Advisory Committee

Mental health leaders in communities across Canada provide guidance and advice in the selection of Community Fund grant recipients.

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Diversity Fund Circle of Advisors

A circle of advisors, comprised of mental health experts, community leaders and people with lived experience from within Black, Indigenous and People of Colour communities assist in the review process and provide advice and consultation on the development and future evolution of the fund.

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