North Shore Seniors' Health Expo

North Shore Seniors' Health Expo

2024 Expo
Join us for the sixth annual North Shore Seniors’ Health Expo, presented by Hero Home Care, on Friday, June 7 featuring exhibitors, innovative speakers and researchers focusing on cognitive, physical, social, financial and nutritional well-being.

Friday, June 7, 2024
9 a.m. - 3:30 p.m. | FREE
West Vancouver Seniors' Activity Centre (695 21st Street)
West Vancouver Community Centre Gymnasium (2121 Marine Drive)

The goal of this FREE event is to provide useful information for seniors, family members, and caregivers and to highlight opportunities and services for seniors living on the North Shore and in Vancouver.

Free expo bag for the first 250 early birds
Don't miss the exhibitor booths in the Gymnasium at the West Vancouver Community Centre.
The first 250 people to stop by the Gymnasium on Expo day will receive a free expo bag.
Enter to win prizes in the exhibitor hall!

Program Guide

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The North Shore Seniors’ Expo is pleased to host over 50 exhibitors. The goal of the tradeshow is to highlight resources and services on the North Shore and Vancouver available to seniors, family members and care givers. Exhibitor applications will be accepted until March 15th. For more exhibitor information please go to our application page.  

Please direct any exhibitor questions to: [email protected] 

Exhibitor Application


2024 Sponsors & Community Partners

Presenting Partner
Keynote Sponsor

Keynote Speaker

Dan Levitt, BC Seniors Advocate

Dan Levitt has tirelessly championed the rights of seniors for 30 years at the provincial, national and international levels.

Prior to his appointment as BC’s Seniors Advocate, Dan held leadership positions in senior-living and long-term care homes in the Lower Mainland for more than 10 years where he helped shape a dementia-friendly future for seniors and their loved ones.

He is an adjunct professor of gerontology at both Simon Fraser University and a former sessional instructor at the British Columbia Institute of Technology. He has also been a surveyor with Accreditation Canada, reviewing quality improvement and person-centred care at long-term care homes and community-based service providers across the country.

He is a certified health executive with the Canadian College of Health Leaders and a candidate for fellowship with the college. In 2005, he received the Young Executive Award presented by the BC Lower Mainland Chapter Executive of the Canadian College of Health Leaders. On the global stage, Levitt recently served as a member of the board of directors of the Global Ageing Network and the International Federation on Ageing.

Dan earned an undergraduate degree from the UBC and masters degree from the University of North Texas, Center for Studies in Aging. He has served on the board of directors for the Denominational Health Association, the Global Aging Network and the Alzheimer Society of British Columbia. He is inspired by the aging journeys of his grandparents and great-grandparents, and is now supporting his parents, who are living life to the fullest in their mid-80s.