Healthy Employees. Resilient Workplaces.

The Canadian Mental Health Association (CMHA), Alberta Division is hosting our virtual workplace mental health conference on March 9 & 10, 2021. Working Stronger is designed to help Alberta’s employers create and maintain mentally healthy workplaces despite the obstacles we’ve experienced in 2020.

Resiliency Training

Obtain practical resources and tools to build employee coping skills, resilience and social supports throughout COVID-19 and other challenges organizations face.

Inclusivity Discussions

Find solutions to work collaboratively, build inclusive workplaces and enhance mental health through panels and discussions.

Network Access

All delegates receive a membership to the Working Stronger Network, which includes access to workplace mental health webinars, tools and resources.

"Extremely and deeply moved by the sense of humanity of each presenter. Actually, presenter is a misrepresentation, as each of these people are connectors. It felt personal, so I could relate and take in so much more than information."

2019 Working Stronger Attendee

MARCH 9-10, 2021

About the Conference

Working Stronger is a virtual opportunity that brings together employers, leaders, employees, union leaders, frontline service workers, first responders, consultants, human resource professionals, occupational health and safety personnel and health professionals from across the province to learn about best practices in workplace mental health. Through informative speakers, engaging panel discussions and comprehensive workshops, we empower delegates to become mental health champions in their workplace. This year’s conference isn’t just a two day event! Working Stronger delegates receive a membership to CMHA’s Working Stronger Network, which provides an opportunity continue learning with regularly released webinars, tools, training and networking opportunities.


Our Conference Sponsors


Conference Exhibitors

Wellness Works Canada

Wellness Works Canada supports and recognizes workplace wellness practitioners and employers with simple, evidence-informed education, resources, tools and certifications to help you build healthy, high performing work cultures.


HSAA represents over 27,000 highly-skilled, highly-trained health professionals — the experts who protect and care for Albertans every day.

The Wellness Summit

Get inspired to explore fresh perspectives about workplace wellness and collaborate on what it takes to create a thriving organization at The Wellness Summit on April 21 and 22, hosted by Alberta Blue Cross. Combining resources and information from insightful and passionate thought leaders, this virtual summit will focus on key areas to support your understanding of how psychological safety, inclusive cultures and mental health can impact and shape wellness in the workplace. Learn more and register today at


Everyone is on their own mental health journey and sometimes it can feel like no one understands what you’re going through. With the far-reaching impacts of COVID-19 still unfolding, it is more important than ever that we support each other through these tough times. With this in mind, Togetherall has partnered with AHS and the Alberta Government to bring an anonymous, online peer-to-peer mental health community to the province. Clinically moderated and available 24/7, the Togetherall community and wellbeing resource hub is FREE to ALL Albertans aged 16+! Register here using a valid Alberta postal code or visit for more information.

Production World

Production World is the region's leader in live, virtual events featuring two studios for live streaming events. Since April 2020, virtual events staged at Production World have raised nearly $500,000 for non-profit organizations. We are proven experts in Event Production-Live Streaming-Video Production-Commercial Installations-Online Gear Sales-Silent Auctions


OSI-CAN's mission is to inspire hope and contribute to the continuous well-being and recovery process of military, first responder and public safety personnel across Alberta. OSI-CAN seeks to empower and encourage them to strive for recovery through peer and professional support while creating greater public awareness.


Contact Us