Bell Let’s Talk Day is January 28th

by Jamie Wilson

NDDHS Minister of Communications

Online classes are still going well, and the Student Council is continuing to motivate the students via morning announcements. This week started off with a groovy announcement from our Minister of Social Activities who provided a fun dance playlist made up of the staff and Student Council’s favourite songs to dance to. We hope this inspires students to get their groove on and have some fun between classes! 

Bell Let’s Talk Day is January 28th. With COVID-19 affecting every aspect of our lives, Canadians are feeling the impact of the pandemic on their mental health. Everyone can take small actions such as recognizing stressors or being there for a loved one to help support mental health and strengthen our communities during this difficult time.

Whether you take the time to listen to a loved one or encourage a friend to ask for help, when it comes to mental health, now more than ever, every action counts. On Bell Let’s Talk Day, we all have the opportunity to make our voices heard. Join the conversation on January 28th.

Do your part, spread the word, and help create positive change. 

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