Canadian Mental Health Association, Ontario Division is pleased to announce that Ontario Minister of Seniors and Accessibility Raymond Cho will speak at our 2019 workplace conference, Roadmaps to Resiliency: Investing in Mental Wellness for Ontario’s Workplaces.
Cho will bring greetings from the provincial government to open Day 2 of the event set for May 13-14 in Toronto.
The member of provincial parliament for Scarborough—Rouge River, Cho has represented his constituents at Queens Park since 2016 and was appointed Minister of Seniors and Accessibility in 2018. Before joining provincial parliament, Cho was a Toronto municipal councillor for 25 years, and prior to becoming an elected official, he was a social worker for the Catholic Children’s Aid Society, Toronto District School Board and Scarborough Board of Education.
Cho is the second Ontario cabinet minister to confirm attendance at CMHA Ontario’s workplace conference. Minister of Labour Laurie Scott will offer opening remarks on Day 1.
Roadmaps to Resiliency: Investing in Mental Wellness for Ontario’s Workplaces will focus on resiliency and how to build it and manage it in the workplace. Hosted by Mental Health Works – a national social enterprise led by CMHA Ontario – this conference will bring together leaders, managers, employees, researchers and experts in the field to discuss emerging best-practices and practical, on-the-ground skills that will develop resiliency.
To register for the conference, or to learn more about the agenda, speakers, panels, group sessions, accommodations and travel, sponsors and exhibitors, and more, visit the conference page at www.mentalhealthworks.ca.