Today is Bell Let’s Talk Day, a campaign to raise awareness and end the stigma around mental illness. National spokesperson and former Canada AM Co-host Seamus says about one in five Canadians experiences some form of mental illness and two in three people suffer in silence.

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 The main focus this year is on workplace mental illness.

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Since 2010, the campaign has raised over $62-million, all of which went to mental health organizations across Canada.

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Bell will donate 5 cents for every text message or call. If you’re not a Bell customer, you can easily tweet, using #BellLetsTalk, follow @Bell_LetsTalk or Facebook share a Bell Let’s Talk Day image.