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New Research

New Research

2024 study reveals higher risk of depression and anxiety among young men aged 19-29, gay, bisexual, and racialized men.

Move for Mental Health

Move for your mental health

Park far away, take the stairs and move more for Men's Health Month this June.

Peking to Paris for Men's Mental Health

Peking to Paris

Father-son team race 14,000km across Asia and Europe to raise $1M in support of men's mental health.

Welcome

Canadian Men's Health Foundation

Inspiring Men to Live Healthier

We're a national, registered charity providing information, tools, and motivation for men and their families to live healthier.

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We know that 72% of Canadian men have unhealthy habits, putting them at risk for chronic conditions and diseases. We provide easy tips and useful tools to help guys and their families make small changes that greatly impact their health.

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Hear some of Canada’s top influencers, world-class athletes, and subject matter experts who share their lived experiences and insights for better mental and physical health.

MindFit Toolkit

Mental Wellness for Men

Get the right tool for the job. Mental health resources for men to manage stress, anxiety, and depression.

Men’s Health Check

Where do you stand?

Take control of your health with our new online assessment tool. Find out if your health is at risk and which lifestyle changes will have the biggest impact.

Small Changes, Big Impact

Look and feel healthier—one small change at a time. It all starts with tips that are easy, fun, and motivating. Change, but don’t change much!

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With Your Support

We are making a difference in men’s health. Guys listen to us, and we have proof that our tips and resources create healthy change.

75%

Improved their eating habits

45%

Drank less alcohol

70%

Increased their exercise, sports, or physical activity

46%

Lost weight

35%

Reduced their stress level