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Membership

Who Should Join

Our members include medium- and large-sized Canadian public and private sector organizations that are currently involved in the development, implementation and monitoring of internal workplace health and wellness strategies.

Member Organizations

Air Canada
Alberta Health Services
Atomic Energy of Canada Limited
Bank of Canada
BC Public Service Agency
Bell Canada
BP Canada
BP Canada Energy Group ULC.
Bruce Power Inc.
CGI Group Inc.
Chevron
Enbridge Inc.
NAV CANADA
NB Power
Nexen Inc.
Nova Scotia Power Inc.
Ontario Ministry of Labour
Ottawa-Carleton District School Board
Public Safety Canada
TELUS Communications Inc.
The City of Calgary
The Standard Life Assurance Company
University of Calgary
Vancouver Airport Authority
WorkSafeBC

Advisory Committee

The members of our Advisory Committee would be delighted to discuss the Council and answer any questions you may have.

Ms. Karen Brownrigg
Assistant Director, Wellness and Employee Relations
Bank of Canada

Ms. Jane Wellman
Corporate Manager, EFA, Mental Fitness and Wellness
NB Power

Ms. Lyne Wilson
Director, Human Resources and Employee Relations
NAV CANADA

How to Join

To become a member of the Council on Workplace Health and Wellness or for more information, please contact:

Leane Swales
Tel: 613-526-3090x411
Senior Administrative and Meeting Coordinator, Compensation Research
E-mail: swales@conferenceboard.ca

Karla Thorpe
Tel: 613-683-3755
Acting Director, Workplace Prevention and Promotion Initiatives
E-mail: kthorpe@mentalhealthcommission.ca

Louise Chénier
Tel: 613-526-3090x305
Manager, Workplace Health and Wellness Research
E-mail: chenier@conferenceboard.ca

Membership Fee

The membership fee is $4,075 per year, which covers all meetings. This price will be in effect from June 1, 2014 to May 31, 2015.

Council Information

Featured Reports

Wellness Metrics in Action—TELUS: A Culture of Health and Wellness
Version française )
Case Study by Crystal Hoganson
The Conference Board of Canada, 4 pages, August 2012

Wellness Metrics in Action—CMP Advanced Mechanical Solutions: Low Cost, High Return
( Version française )
Case Study by Louise Chénier
The Conference Board of Canada, 6 pages, August 2012

Testimonial

“ Being a member of this council is an integral part of my role as a leader in the corporate health and wellness field. Every meeting and conference call roundtable allows me to contribute, debate and validate current corporate health strategies. After each meeting, I walk away with a renewed energy which helps create a new focus on health strategies for my workplace. ”

—Mrs. Janet Crowe, Director, Wellness and Work Life Solutions, TELUS Communications