Our events page provides an overview of what’s happened and what’s to come. We post "Event briefs" – short descriptions of the why, what and so what for each Hub event – and provide a calendar of upcoming events. We welcome your participation in Hub events, feedback on how we share information about our events, and ideas for future events.

 

Webinar: KDE Hub 2022 Annual Symposium: Hopes, dreams and details!

KDE Hub 2022 Annual Symposium: Hopes, dreams and details! This webinar will help shape the KDE Hub’s second annual symposium to be held virtually February 16-18, 2022. The symposium will help mark the conclusion of phase 1 of the Mental…

CBRC Summit 2021: Disrupt and Reconstruct

The COVID-19 pandemic has caused huge disruptions and innovations, alongside significant loss, preventable death and increased criminalization. Measures previously thought impossible – large-scale income supports, stay-at-home orders, restrictions on travel – were swiftly implemented. Now, as vaccination rates rise and…

Highlights from past Hub events

Workshop: Resilience and the pandemic: Experiences of 20 diverse projects from the Mental Health Promotion Innovation Fund (MHP-IF)

Held since 2004, the Atlantic Summer Institute on Healthy and Safe Communities (ASI) brings together community groups, researchers, practitioners, educators and government representatives from across Atlantic Canada and beyond. ASI 2021 hosted their Atlantic Policy Forum on Mental Health Promotion…

Webinar: Mental Health Promotion in Canada: Leveraging global and local assets to accelerate our progress and impact

The need for mental health promotion (MHP) has never been greater and it’s least developed on the mental health continuum. This webinar featured the Public Health Agency of Canada’s Mental Health Promotion Innovation Fund (MHP-IF) as a multi-year, multi-phase approach…

Webinar: Refining plans for child and youth mental health promotion system engagement and a project infographic template

The purposes of this webinar were to shape early Hub directions for strengthening system supports for mental health promotion in Canada and to refine a new template for project infographics. Download Event Brief

Conference: Atlantic Summer Institute on Safe and Healthy Communities

Held since 2004, the Atlantic Summer Institute on Healthy and Safe Communities (ASI) brings together community groups, researchers, practitioners, educators and government representatives from across Atlantic Canada and beyond. ASI 2020 focused on mental health promotion and was entitled, Upstream…