2021 Virtual Event


    A Christmas Story

    Join us for a virtual extension of BELLS on Bay St. and BELLS on Bank St. “A Christmas Story.”  Extend an invitation to colleagues and friends to move beyond the hustle and bustle to a story that changed our world. Together, we can re-write our individual and collective stories with the narrative of Advent opening us to new possibilities of light and hope in a darkened world.


    Philanthropic Panelist

    Camille Quenneville

    Camille Quenneville

    Canadian Mental Health Association


    Camille Quenneville is the CEO of Canadian Mental Health Association, Ontario Division. Before joining CMHA Ontario, Camille channeled her passion for mental health care in senior leadership roles in the educational, governmental and children’s mental health sectors. She served as Director of Policy and Communications at Children’s Mental Health Ontario (2005-2012), Chief of Staff to Ontario’s first Minister of Children and Youth Services (2003-2005), and Director of Policy at the Ontario Public School Boards’ Association (1998-2003). Camille is an alumnus of the University of Windsor and the University of Toronto.

    Philanthropic Panelist

    Denis Trottier

    Denis Trottier, FCPA, FCA

    Chief Mental Health Officer
    KPMG in Canada


    Following a 31-year career as auditor, most recently as the partner leading the Ottawa KPMG Enterprise private company practice, Denis is now Corporate Canada’s and KPMG’s first Chief Mental Health Officer. He and his wife Yolande are recipients of the Royal Ottawa Mental Health Inspiration Award. Denis’s latest award is the Fellow of Chartered Professional Accountants designation, principally for his contribution to improving mental health in the professional milieu. Denis is the Mental Health Lead on KPMG’s National Inclusivity and Diversity Council, and is a sought after speaker right across Canada for his insights into reducing the stigma surrounding mental illness.

    During COVID, Denis has been a participant in Canada’s Top 100 CEO’s roundtable discussions being an active voice in driving change to the benefit of Corporate Canada. Success in Denis’ role as been defined as “making himself redundant-being the day where we can talk about mental health at the water cooler just like any other illness”.