Watch this weekend's 2012 Tim Hortons NHL® All-Star Game live on Bell Mobile TV
Bell supports the Bell Sens D.I.F.D. Youth Mental Health Night on
February 4 as part of the Bell Let's Talk mental health initiative
MONTREAL, Jan. 26, 2012 /CNW Telbec/ - As a participant of the 2012 Tim
Hortons NHL® All-Star Weekend in Ottawa, Bell will offer fans a range
of activities at the Ottawa Convention Centre and at Scotiabank Place.
Hockey fans are invited to visit the Bell booth at the Scotiabank NHL®
Fan Fair at the Ottawa Convention Centre for a chance to win great
Ottawa Senators prizes and two tickets to the Molson Canadian NHL®
All-Star Skills CompetitionTM and the 2012 Tim Hortons NHL® All-Star Game. Also this afternoon and tomorrow afternoon, Ottawa
Senators players will be at the Bell booth to sign autographs. During
the NHL® All-Star Skills CompetitionTM and the Tim Hortons NHL® All-Star Game, fans can visit the Bell Fan Zone at Scotiabank Place.
While there, fans can also learn how to watch all their favourite
sporting events on Bell Mobile TV and try out all the latest Bell
Bell Mobile TV offers live access to the NHL® All-Star Game, Stanley Cup® Playoffs and Final, Super Bowl XLVI, NCAA
March Madness as well as popular sporting events on TSN, TSN2, RDS and
RDS2. Only Bell Mobile TV offers customers live, on-the-go access to
the most popular sporting events delivered directly to compatible
superphones, smartphones and tablets.* Complete details are available
As part of the Bell Let's Talk campaign, Bell is also sponsoring the
Bell Sens D.I.F.D Youth Mental Health Night on February 4 at Scotiabank
Place, when the Ottawa Senators play the Toronto Maple Leafs. The event
will highlight the issues of youth mental illness, and promote
organizations and resources within the community that offer mental
health support services to youth and their families.
On January 16 Bell launched the second annual Bell Let's Talk campaign
in support of Canadian mental health. Led by national spokesperson
Clara Hughes, the campaign invites all Canadians to talk about mental
illness in order to fight the lingering stigma that keeps too many
people from seeking the help they need.
The campaign culminates on Bell Let's Talk Day on February 8. For every
text message sent and every long distance call made by Bell and Bell
Aliant customers that day, Bell will donate 5 cents to programs
dedicated to mental health (regular long distance and text charges
apply). Bell is also encouraging Canadians to follow the campaign on
Twitter at @Bell_LetsTalk and join in retweeting the Bell Let's Talk Day message on February 8.
For each such retweet, Bell will donate an additional 5 cents.
The Bell Let's Talk mental health initiative is a five-year, $50-million
charitable program based on four action pillars: Anti-stigma, care and
access, research, and workplace best practices. With Bell Let's Talk
Day as its anti-stigma centrepiece, Bell's initiative is providing
significant funding for leading mental health hospitals and grassroots
organizations, driving new workplace initiatives across corporate
Canada, and supporting new research - including a world-first research
announcement planned for February.
To learn more about Bell Let's Talk, please visit Bell.ca/LetsTalk.
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