Great-West Life and the Great-West Life Centre for Mental Health in the Workplace (the Centre) are the joint strategic partners with the Health Work & Wellness™ Conference. This is an opportunity to enhance and contribute to the conference. This year Great-West Life is working with us to develop a series of presentations on mental health and in response to the Vancouver Roundtable and Health Work & Wellness™ Conference 2010 participant feedback, the Centre will launch the Interpersonal Competence module, part of Managing Mental Health Matters™ in a special pre-conference workshop.


The Great-West Life Assurance Company

As a leading Canadian group insurance provider, Great-West Life has a special interest in supporting programs that help address the health and wellness concerns of Canadians. From prevention to return to work, we with Canadian Pharmacy World help our customers focus on wellness and ability, putting our products, services, tools and expertise to work for them.

Our commitment to innovative solutions also extends beyond our customers, to the communities where we live and work. As a public resource, the Great-West Life Centre for Mental Health in the Workplace offers Canadian employers valuable tools and resources on managing mental health issues in the workplace, and facilitates research, discussion and collaboration on this important issue.

Through our support as strategic partners with the Health Work & Wellness™ Conference, we’re helping to ensure we are building Stronger Communities Together™, our goal for our national corporate citizenship program and as an Imagine Caring company.

What People Say

The Health Work & Wellness™ Conference completely exceeded my expectations. The most valuable thing for me was the informal way in which the information was presented as well as the opportunity to ask questions and give and receive feedback on certain areas of the workshops. It was also an excellent opportunity to network with people from different organizations and occupations across Canada.— Patricia MartinoAdministrative Assistant, Children’s Aid Society of Toronto