This season the WHL, RE/MAX and local CMHA branches are coming together to help promote positive mental health in communities across Western Canada. Throughout the season, fans can attend one of our dedicated Talk Today game nights where they will be able to learn more about mental health resources available in their community and help breakdown the stigma surrounding mental health.

Below you can find a complete list of Talk Today game nights across the WHL and click the link to purchase your tickets to the game. 

BrandonFriday, March 4
CalgaryWednesday, Feb 16
EdmontonSaturday, February 26
KamloopsFriday, February 11
KelownaSaturday, March 12
LethbridgeFriday, February 25
Medicine HatFriday, February 25
Moose JawSaturday, March 5
Prince AlbertFriday, February 4
Prince GeorgeFriday, February 25
Red DeerSaturday, February 19
ReginaFriday, March 4
SaskatoonSaturday, February 5
Swift CurrentFriday, March 11
VancouverFriday, February 18
VictoriaTuesday, March 8
WinnipegTuesday, March 8

*Please check with your local health authorities and WHL Club for COVID updates and restrictions. Tickets are subject to availability. Should there be facility capacity restrictions in your market, please note tickets may be limited.

Can’t make it to the game? You can also help take part in raising awareness about mental health online by using the #TalkToday and sharing why you believe mental health is important.

If you or someone you know is struggling, you can find more information online by visiting 

About  Talk Today

Talk Today, delivered by CMHAs across the WHL, has become one of the most comprehensive mental health programs for amateur sports in Canada. Its aim is to promote the mental health of young athletes and to spread awareness about the benefits of positive mental health throughout communities across the country.

Since 2016, the WHL and it’s teams have partnered with CMHA branches across Western Canada to provide mental health education and support to all players, coaches, parents, billets, and team staff across the league. This program has also become a valuable platform for CMHA branches, teams and individual players to encourage open discussion about mental health within the hockey community and the broader public.

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