Latest Press Releases from the Canadian Men’s Health Foundation (CMHF), our mission to inspire men to make small changes and live healthier lives.
Canadian men are eating less healthy every year
With Canadian men eating less fruits and vegetables every year, and grocery prices continuing to rise, the CMHF has launched A Guy’s Guide To Eating Healthy, an online resource to help men make simple, healthy changes to their diet, with cost-saving tips.
Dan Murphy Joins CMHF Champions Roster
Accomplished Sportsnet and Hockey Night in Canada broadcaster Dan Murphy joins the Canadian Men’s Health Foundation (CMHF) as a National Champion, expanding his work as a men’s health advocate.
CMHF expands MindFit Toolkit to support more men with anxiety and depression
The CMHF launches the new and expanded MindFit Toolkit presented by TELUS Health MyCare™. More online screening tools, resources and counselling will now be available to Canadian men who are dealing with stress, anxiety and depression through MindFit Toolkit.
CMHF announces the New Men’s Health Checklist
The interactive digital checklist compiles important physical and mental health tests, exams, screens and vaccines into one trackable list, with recommendations on how often, and at what age to get them.
Jody Vance Joins CMHF Champions Roster
Veteran broadcaster and men’s health advocate Jody Vance joins CMHF as a National Champion, lending her voice and platform to support awareness efforts across the country.
Riaz Meghji Joins CMHF Champions Roster
Human connection expert, keynote speaker and author Riaz Meghji joins CMHF as a National Champion to help raise awareness and motivate action on men’s health issues.
CMHF Announces the Launch of Move For Your Mental Health 2022
Move For Your Mental Health 2022 is a month-long event created to raise awareness, educate and drive action for men and their family’s mental well-being.
Canadian Men’s Health Foundation Launches “Don’t Change Much” Podcast
The new Don’t Change Much podcast has launched. It features real conversations about men’s health and that inform, relate and resonate with men.
CMHF Launches ‘Men’s Health Check’ Tool to Help Men Take Control of Their Health
The CMHF has launched an improved version of its online health assessment tool. Men’s Health Check was created for men looking to take the first step in making small lifestyle changes that lead to long-term health benefits, and to date it has helped over 55,000 men take control of their health.
CMHF Supports Mental Health During Pandemic With Free MindFit Toolkit
The Canadian Men’s Health Foundation launched its new MindFit Toolkit in collaboration with TELUS Health MyCare™—a free, online resource with tools to help men and their families manage mild to moderate stress and anxiety.
Kelly Hrudey Joins Canadian Men’s Health Foundation to Help More Men Get Access to Mental Health Support
Sportsnet & Hockey Night in Canada broadcaster and former NHL goaltender
Kelly Hrudey joins CMHF as a National Champion to help men get access to mental health support and resources.
Peregrine Supply Co. Collaborates with Canadian Men’s Health Foundation
Peregrine Supply Co. and the Canadian Men’s Health Foundation are collaborating to bring a new shopping experience and men’s health exhibit to Burnaby this November.
Canadian Men’s Health Foundation Welcomes Noah Morantz as Vice President, Development & Operations
The CMHF is pleased to welcome Noah Morantz to their team as Vice President of Development & Operations. Morantz has spent his 20-year career leading non-profit organizations and volunteering his time to develop strong and vibrant communities in BC.
CMHF’s Men’s Health Month Starts Tomorrow
Vancouver, May 31, 2021 – Canadian Men’s Health Foundation (CMHF) kicks off Men’s Health Month, June 1, with an impactful line-up of virtual speaking and fitness events to provide tools and resources focused on the benefits of exercise for men’s mental and physical...
CMHF’s Men’s Health Month Targets Mental Health
Vancouver, May 3, 2021 – The Canadian Men’s Health Foundation (CMHF) is proud to announce Men’s Health Month, June 1-30. The 2021 theme—Move for Your Mental Health—focuses on stress and anxiety experienced during the pandemic, and how exercise can improve physical and...
Canadian Men’s Health Foundation Names TC Carling President & CEO
Vancouver, February 8, 2021 – Today, the Canadian Men’s Health Foundation (CMHF) announced that TC Carling has been named its new President and Chief Executive Officer. Carling assumed the position on February 1, 2021, and succeeded Wayne Hartrick, who held the role...
UBC Research Finds ‘Don’t Change Much’ Improves Men’s Health Behaviours
Men who regularly used a free web resource, DontChangeMuch.ca, made significantly more health changes than men who did not, finds a new study from the University of British Columbia and Intensions Consulting. “We believe we have ‘cracked the code’ to engaging large...
COVID-19 Lockdown Bringing Fathers Closer to Their Kids
Vancouver, B.C. (June 16, 2020) — A pair of new studies reveals a silver lining amid the COVID gloom: Many fathers feel closer to their kids during the COVID-19 pandemic, and want to create a new normal going forward. The studies were released today as part of...