LET'S KEEP TALKING 2018
THANK YOU FOR KEEPING THE CONVERSATION GOING!
The Let’s Keep Talking Awards honour outstanding Nova Scotians living with mental illness or addiction and those who work to provide support in the mental health community.
Launched in 2014 with Clara’s Big Ride for Bell Let’s Talk, the Mental Health Foundation of Nova Scotia’s fifth annual Let’s KeepTalking event will highlight and recognize the achievements of Nova Scotians who have inspired others as they face their own challenges living with or supporting others facing mental illness or addiction.
The event encourages open conversation among Nova Scotians regarding mental health and mental illness, and will feature a keynote speaker who has displayed strong advocacy and leadership in the mental health field.
Keep an eye out for Let's Keep Talking 2019! We can't wait to see you again!
Awards were handed out in the following categories
Outstanding Caregiver: Bev fletcher
Outstanding Healthcare Provider: Dr. linda courey
Outstanding Individual Award: Juanna ricketts
Outstanding Senior Award: Clark Paul
Outstanding Youth Award: Christene Southwell
Video by RPM Productions
After the success of its “Let’s Keep Talking for Clara’s Big Ride” event in 2014 as a Bell Aliant Community Champion, the Mental Health Foundation of Nova Scotia has continued the tradition with this legacy event, calling on notable Canadian mental health advocates to keep the conversation going.
Past Keynote Speakers
2017: Lieutenant-General Roméo Dallaire
2016: Margaret Trudeau
2015: Michael Landsberg
2014: Clara Hughes
Past Award Recipients
2017: Sheila Morrison (Outstanding Caregiver), Nicole Robinson (Outstanding Healthcare Provider), Amanda Higgins (Outstanding Youth), Jim Malone (Outstanding Senior), Stephanie Reidy (Outstanding Individual).
2016: Linden Gray (Outstanding Caregiver), Dr. Emmanuel Aquino (Outstanding Healthcare Provider), Brandon Highmore (Outstanding Youth), Laurel Walker (Outstanding Individual), Trudie Helmke (Outstanding Senior).
2015: Heather Dempsey (Outstanding Caregiver), Kristi Kempton (Outstanding Healthcare Provider), Shawntay Rose Dann (Outstanding Youth), Bob Ransom (Outstanding Individual).