The Vulcan County Health & Wellness Foundation, in partnership with the Kinsmen Club of Vulcan, and Vulcan FCSS are proud to bring ‘Love Letter to Men (And to Those Who Love Them) – A Virtual Conference’ to the residents of Vulcan County. 

Whether you provide support to men in your work, are a man that takes an interest in your own wellbeing, or someone who wants to support the man you love, we hope you will consider joining us.

Cost: Free 

Conference Dates: March 20, March 21, and March 22

Time: 6:15 pm to 9:00 pm

Location: The comfort of your own home and/or attend a Watch Party Hosted by the Kinsmen Club of Vulcan in the Kinsmen Room (basement of the Vulcan Curling Rink)

Sessions: Click on this link to access the 2024 Conference Schedule ( )

If you are going to attend this conference via your home computer or personal device, you will have total anonymity. This virtual conference is not a Zoom-type call. You will not be on camera and you do not have to talk to anyone unless you want to.

Conference Registration: Click on this link to access the 2024 Conference Registration Page.  ( )

There is a different web address for each session. Therefore, you must register to get the website address for each session.

If you are interested in attending a Watch Party in the Kinsmen Room or if you require additional information, please contact: 

Glen Hutton – Trustee, Vulcan County Health & Wellness Foundation

(403-485-1353) or

You can attend on March 20 and/or March 21 and/or March 22.

You can attend one session, a few sessions, or all the sessions.

It is entirely up to you!

Inspirational Quotes

“If we start being honest about our pain, our anger, and our shortcomings instead of pretending they don’t exist, then maybe we’ll leave the world a better place than we found it.” — Russell Wilson

“Mental health is just as important as… physical health and deserves the same quality of support.” —  Kate Middleton

“When you think of mental health, think of resilience, confidence, and connection.  Not surviving but thriving. That’s what mental health is all about.” —  Canadian Mental Health Association