We have raised $9180.00 of our target $50000.00!

Finish Stronger Together

 
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Finish Stronger Together

Join us in supporting mental health and resilience by donating to the Canadian Mental Health Association as part of a Project wide charity campaign. As we make the final push towards completion of this nation-building Project, it's more important than ever that we look to each other for strength – whether that is mental, emotional, or physical.

The Trans Mountain Expansion Project XLT values your contribution toward the development of this Canadian legacy Project and we want you to remember your role with pride. As part of the Kemita initiative, we have been listening and learning across the Project. We recognize that the safety and wellness of our team is paramount to our success. We ask you to join with us in supporting mental health and resilience by donating to the Canadian Mental Health Association as part of a Project wide charity campaign.

The water bottle you have received is a small token of our appreciation for your involvement in the Project and your support of this meaningful campaign.

Another part of this campaign is our impact speaker, Corey Hirsch, who is dedicated to ending the stigma of mental health. He is a retired NHL goaltender, who also won a silver medal at the Olympics, and he has joined our campaign to speak with everyone on the Project (either in person or virtually), to tell his story and bring both understanding and hope to anyone living with mental illness or who has a loved one living with mental illness.

While we still have work to do, together we can successfully complete Project construction by working safely, and by looking out for each other.

- Trans Mountain Expansion Project XLT

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CMHA – Calgary Region builds awareness and provides education and support for individuals and families living with mental illness, addiction, or a loss by suicide. We work closely with other community organizations to bridge gaps in the mental health care system and facilitate access to important services and resources.