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An EXPO is an event that aims at educating the public, sharing innovation, promoting progress and steering cooperation. It is a platform for dialogue in favour of progress and networking.
IT IS A CATALYST FOR CHANGE!
IT IS THE STARTING LINE!
The Youth Expo is a unique event designed to expose individuals to new ideas.
New ideas, create new relationships, resources and activities resulting in positive outcomes
that can directly improve a persons health and wellness.
The Expo is designed to be interactive, guided by professionals and experts in various fields in an effort to educate and inspire.
To date 356 exhibitors have inspired 12,010 individuals
The Youth Expo is built to encompass as many ideas as possible where individuals can walk away better informed, more knowledgeable and connected to resources that will allow them to pursue new activities, attend or join community programs or groups and/or start something new in their community.
Health is not merely the absence of illness.
There are a number of factors in life that can have an impact on our mental health.
Loneliness, Isolation, Grief, Loss, Violence, Bullying, Unemployment, Sexuality, Diet, Staying indoors, Stages of life, life events and more.
The Youth Expo is the STARTING LINE towards improving the lives of others.
Growing stronger, healthier communities.
GET READY TO BE EXPOSED, EDUCATED AND INSPIRED
TRY NEW IDEAS.
TAKE ADVANTAGE OF THE OPPORTUNITIES THE YOUTH EXPO HAS TO OFFER.
CONNECT WITH MENTORS
CONNECT WITH RESOURCES
START SOMETHING NEW FOR YOU.
START SOMETHING FOR YOUR COMMUNITY!
We recognize the Youth Expo is an event attracting individuals from all over the province.
The care of the public is our first concern and elements are being incorporated into the event to deter potential spread. As we continue to prepare for the Youth Expo, the status of the province is closely monitored.
We can all do our part to stay healthy and prevent the spread of any respiratory illness, including COVID-19. Please continue to follow prevention practices such as:
Please see Nova Scotia Health Authority Notice
Anyone who has travelled outside Canada may have come in contact with the novel coronavirus and should closely monitor their health for 14 days after returning to the country.
Travellers who start to feel unwell, should stay at home/self-isolate away from the public.
Nova Scotians who have travelled out of country and who develop a fever with a temperature of 38°C or higher, and/or cough, should call 811.
811 will provide direction on what to do next.
If there is a need for in-person assessment, 811 will refer to a COVID-19 assessment centre.
Please do not go to a COVID-19 assessment centre without having been referred by 811.
We are working to be able to book specific appointment times in the coming days.
Those directed to an assessment centre by 811 will then have a physical assessment on site and based on that a swab will be taken for patients for whom it is appropriate.