MHWeek Sponsor – CGI
Since its founding in 1976, CGI has grown to become the largest IT company in Canada.
This year marks the 66th CMHA Mental Health Week. Now a Canadian tradition, CMHA Mental Health Week was first introduced in 1951 to raise mental health awareness. For 99 years, the Canadian Mental Health Association has advocated for the rights of people living with mental health problems or illnesses. In order to make its message clear and reach more people, CMHA builds strong partnerships with other organizations across Canada and share our messaging for a greater cause.
Since its founding in 1976, CGI has grown to become the largest IT company in Canada, specializing in outsourcing services, business consulting, and systems integration. Several well-known brands turn to CGI in order to develop their services and initiatives. CGI also uses its status to support charities on a national and local scale. This year, CGI will partner with CMHA and extend a helping hand so we can spread our message and promote mental health to all Canadians.