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Healthy Living, Healthy Life Conference update
Sparking health collaboration and transformation
We’re now just weeks away from the Healthy Living, Healthy Life Conference (HLHL) & Shaun T Community Workout, taking place from September 19 - 22 at the Halifax Convention Centre. The conference is jam-packed with the latest in health research, practice and community innovations. The wide-ranging conference covers a variety of diverse and fascinating topics — everything from psychological safety in the workplace, to chronic conditions, children’s physical activity, Indigenous knowledge and health, disability, aging and health care, mental health and much more. HLHL promises to spark collaboration and networking among diverse stakeholders, and lay the foundation for health transformation in our communities.
If you haven’t done so already, consider registering for the conference, or some of the outstanding speaker events. The Shaun T Community Workout will close the conference with a fun workout for all abilities, followed by a motivational talk by the bestselling author and international fitness expert.
Spread the word among your colleagues and friends about Healthy Living, Healthy Life, and check the website to see how you can volunteer for the conference.
Our special guests have been sharing their excitement on social media about the Healthy Living, Healthy Life conference, and coming to Halifax:
On September 22, 2018, we're hosting Shaun T for a huge community workout and motivational talk at the Halifax Convention Centre. It’ll be Shaun T’s first ever visit to Canada’s East Coast. Get tickets.
Shawn Stevenson is a bestselling author and creator of The Model Health Show—the #1 Health podcast on iTunes with millions of listener downloads each year. He'll be delivering the keynote for Healthy Living, Healthy Life. Get tickets.
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