Ottawa, ON, – Louise Bradley, President & CEO of the Mental Health Commission of Canada (MHCC) will be in Whitehorse, Yukon on July 20th and 21st. During her visit, Ms. Bradley will be meeting with representatives of the Government of the Yukon, including the Hon. Mike Nixon, Minister of Health and Social services; as well as the Hon. Larry Bagnell, M.P.; the Mental Health Association, Yukon; and other stakeholders.

Ms. Bradley’s visit coincides with the Summer Meeting of the Council of the Federation during which the MHCC will be co-hosting a reception for participants in partnership with the Canadian Medical Association and the Canadian Pharmacists Association.

Ms. Bradley is available for interviews with the news media while she is in Whitehorse.


For more information, or to arrange an interview, please contact:

Meredith Logan
Senior Advisor, Stakeholder Relations
(613) 914-9873

or

Patti Robson,
Director, Marketing & Communications
(613) 683-3748


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