CMHA’s National Bottom Line Conference


The Canadian Mental Health Association’s (CMHA) annual National Bottom Line Conference brings together business leaders, union representatives, policy-makers, researchers, and workers to improve mental health in Canadian workplaces.


A national stage

In 2013, at the 10-year mark, the conference moved to a national stage. Today, the conference continues to create a program that is relevant to workplaces across the country. Over the next few years, the Conference Steering Committee is working with its CMHA partners in other provinces to host satellite conferences.

Setting the standard

Across Canada, employers are increasingly expected to protect workers’ mental health. On January 16, 2013, Canada welcomed a national standard, the first of its kind in the world, titled Psychological Health and Safety in the Workplace – Prevention, promotion and guidance to staged implementation. CMHA is a proud supporter of the National Standard, and the conference steering committee is dedicated to helping promote the standard as a means for organizations across the country, and across the globe to make positive changes in the workplace.

Great minds working together

Programming for our conference is developed collaboratively by our Steering Committee.

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