Don't forget about #BellLetsTalk on January 25th. Bell will donate 5 cents to Canadian mental health, find out how you can help. No action in Kelowna this weekend, basketball in Lethbridge for a pair of games. Volleyball with the week off.
Away Events (All times in PST)
FRIDAY, JAN 27th
Basketball (M & W)
5 PM (PST) | Heat Women's Basketball (2-12) at the Lethbridge Pronghorns (4-12) | Live Stats | Webcast // Canada West conference match*
7 PM (PST) | Heat Men's Basketball (2-12) at the Lethbridge Pronghorns (10-6) | Live Stats | Webcast // Canada West conference match*
SATURDAY, Jan 28th
Basketball (M & W)
4 PM (PST) | Heat Women's Basketball at the Lethbridge Pronghorns | Live Stats | Webcast // Canada West conference match*
6 PM (PST) | Heat Men's Basketball at the Lethbridge Pronghorns | Live Stats | Webcast // Canada West conference match*
UBC Okanagan student athletes are a part of more than 20,000 across Canada taking part in the Bell Let's Talk Day. This January 25, the student-athletes will help lead the campus conversation about mental health, joining with fellow students and others in the university community to discuss the impact of mental illness and how to fight the stigma that keeps too many from seeking help. To learn more, please visit Bell.ca/OneTeam.
Bell Let’s Talk Day
On January 25, Bell will donate 5 cents to Canadian mental health programs for each of these interactions at no extra charge to participants:
- Every text message, mobile and long distance call made by Bell Canada and Bell Aliant customers.
- Twitter: Every tweet using #BellLetsTalk
- Facebook: Every view of the Bell Let’s Talk Day video at Facebook.com/BellLetsTalk
- Instagram: Every post using #BellLetsTalk
- Snapchat: Every use of the Bell Let’s Talk Snapchat geofilter
Bell Let's Talk Day 2016 set new records with 125.9 million messages of support, growing Bell's funding for Canadian mental health by $6,295,764.75. #BellLetsTalk was the #1 Twitter hashtag in Canada for all of 2016, and the most used in the world on Bell Let's Talk Day 2016.
With its original anchor donation of $50 million and the results of the first 6 Bell Let's Talk Days, Bell's total commitment to mental health now stands at $79,919,178.55, and is expected to surpass $100 million in 2020. To learn more, please visit Bell.ca/LetsTalk.
For any changes in game times or venues, check goheat.ca for the latest information.