In acknowledgement of Bell Let's Talk Day, Justin Trudeau has shared a video about the importance of discussing mental health in Canada.\nIn the two-minute clip, which was shared on his social media accounts, the prime minister reassured Canadians that “it’s okay not to be okay.”\nEditor's Choice: The CMA Just Called On Canadians To Stop 'Bullying' Canada's Public Health Officials\n\nGood morning, Canada - it’s #BellLetsTalk Day, and I hope you’re ready to start talking. Because that’s how we can break down barriers and end the stigma around mental health. And with the year we’ve had, that’s more important than ever. So, are you ready? Let’s talk. pic.twitter.com/UjtFnvuKXS— Justin Trudeau (@JustinTrudeau) January 28, 2021\n\nHe explained that during the COVID-19 pandemic, it’s more important than ever to look after our mental health.\n“This has been a challenging time for many,” admitted Trudeau.\n“You may be feeling overwhelmed by the loss of a job, anxious or uncertain about the health impacts of the virus or isolated because you’ve had to stay away from loved ones, coworkers and friends,” he said.\nHowever, the PM promised Canadians that they are not alone as we are “all going through these challenging times together.”\nHe urged anybody who is struggling to consider looking at Canada’s new Wellness Together portal — a government-backed free service that connects Canadians with mental health resources, support and services. \n\nIn terms of individual action, he asked Canadians to be kind to one another as we “can’t always see the pain and sadness that others may be facing.”\nHe concluded the message by saying, “Let’s talk and let’s listen. Because nobody should suffer in silence.”\nTrudeau isn’t the only one speaking out for Bell Let’s Talk Day.\nMichael Bublé has been raising money for related initiatives by doing the most random things via video.\n\n\nIf you or anyone you know is struggling with depression or mental health concerns, please reach out to a trusted peer, parent or health care professional. You can also contact a helpline which is available 24 hours a day to talk. Or click here, for additional resources.\nIf you need immediate assistance please call 9-1-1 or go to your nearest hospital. Support is available.