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Mindful Mornings

Kick start your morning and recognize Mental Health Week at Mindful Mornings. The breakfast event features speakers who will share stories about their own personal experiences with mental health. Together, we can create positive conversations and decrease stigma in our community.  Proceeds will support mental health programs.

Save the date: Wednesday, May 8, 2019

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2018 Mindful Mornings event

Guest Speaker

Steven Page is a natural in front of a crowd. Having shot to international fame as the co-founder of The Barenaked Ladies, Page now boasts an impressive solo career, where he continues to showcase his creative genius. The Barenaked Ladies earned accolades from all over the world, sold millions of albums, received two Billboard Awards, and six Juno awards. As an independent artist, Page has recorded three albums and has written music for both theatre and film.

Steven Page has never shied away from talking about his struggles with depression. He speaks passionately on a twofold approach to promoting mental health as a society: increasing awareness and decreasing stigma.

In his compelling talk, Page reminds us that anyone can suffer from mental illness, and that everyone has a role to play in ending the stigma.

An intelligent, honest and witty speaker, Page continues to earn his rightful place in our national conversation.

If you have any questions about the event, contact amber.bernard@grhosp.on.ca.


Thank you to our 2018 sponsors

BDC               TD logo


KFUN 995fm       105.3 Virgin Radio


  CBRE       Grant Thornton             KMPG

Toyota Motor Manufacturing Canada Inc            PwC logo               Catalyst


  Miovision     Echosims           Sorbara LAW              Athena Software              Grand River Financial Solutions

RBC Wealth Management                  Deloitte           Gowling        Options Incorporated

Waterloo Region Suicide Prevention Council                              Rae Lipskie Partnership              GRH Mental Health Program            Marc & Lori Morin


Delta                   Greenway Garden Centre