Reach housing and homelessness sector professionals by exhibiting at the 2023 National Conference on Ending Homelessness in Halifax this November. 

CAEH has a very limited number of exhibition booths still available for rental. These booths will be located in a high traffic area in the plenary foyer adjacent to the refreshment break stations. Please refer to the exhibition hall map below. 

Booth rentals include tables, chairs, pipe and drape, and conference centre Wi-Fi.  Add-ons like Electricity and A/V would be an additional cost. 

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There is discounted non-profit pricing available upon request. If you have questions about exhibiting at CAEH23,  please email our Elisabeth, our Philanthropy Lead, at .

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The Canadian Accreditation Council (CAC)  is a recognized non-profit organization that specializes in accrediting community health and human services programs and organizations across Canada. 

No matter how skilled or talented we are in our professions, we all rely on the strength of others to provide quality services to society’s most vulnerable. The Canadian Accreditation Council (CAC) prides itself on being a reliable teammate to organizations striving to establish efficient governance structures, produce effective outcome reporting, and ensure practices are grounded in a strong policy framework.

CAC believes accreditation is more than a plaque you hang on your wall; it is a demonstration of the difference you make in the lives of those you serve. Over the past 49 years CAC has partnered with hundreds of organizations to guide and support their achievement of excellence.

Founded in 1966, CARF’s mission is to promote the quality, value, and optimal outcomes of services through a consultative accreditation process and continuous improvement services that centre on enhancing the lives of persons served. Organizations that have participated in a CARF accreditation survey demonstrate a higher degree of internal quality, greater involvement of persons served in their services, increased cohesion among staff members at all levels within the organization, and enhanced status of the accredited programs/services within the community.

The Canadian Housing Evidence Collaborative is an research, strategy and intelligence hub created to help Canada achieve housing solutions that meet the needs of a growing, urbanizing and aging population, maximize well-being, minimize environmental impact, accommodate diversity, strengthen public institutions, and facilitate stable and productive economies in a globalizing world context. With academic, government, industry and NGO partners we: broker meaningful collaboration; amplify the impact of timely, relevant and rigorous research; quickly grow Canada’s capacity to generate that research; and perform cutting edge, high reward research.

The Community Housing Transformation Centre supports the sustainability, development and accessibility of quality community housing across Canada. We provide financial assistance to community housing stakeholders and promote the sharing of resources and knowledge through partnerships.

Come visit the CMHC booth to learn about our Innovation Programs, our Expert Community on Housing and more! We look forward to chatting with you! |

Elections Canada will be on site to share information that will help reduce barriers to electoral participation. To learn about barriers faced by certain groups of Canadians, to access toolkits to understand the ways to participate in elections, and to join their network visit:

We help you reduce barriers to healthcare and transportation with
innovative vehicle designs. We manufacture mobile patient transfer, clinical, and outreach vehicles that allow you to reach your clients where they are, increase their access to primary care, and provide safe, dignified spaces.

Pulse For Good provides feedback solutions for organizations serving vulnerable groups. Using a combination of software and hardware, we enable honest, anonymous feedback. This helps organizations understand needs, adapt services, and genuinely connect with the people they serve.





For over 26 years Raising the Roof has been leading the way on long-term solutions to homelessness across Canada through the creation of affordable housing, employment opportunities for people at risk of homelessness, and fundraising through the annual Toque Campaign. Raising the Roof’s longterm solution to affordable housing is called Reside. Reside renovates vacant or under-utilized spaces into energy efficient affordable housing through partnerships with social enterprise contractors and local housing providers. By creating employment opportunities and new units of deeply affordable housing with wraparound supports, Reside provides a tangible, targeted long-term solution to ending homelessness in Canada.

Veterans Affairs Canada will be exhibiting information about programs such as: health and disability benefits, financial supports and mental health supports, specifically as it relates to Veterans experiencing homelessness. There is will also be materials to commemorate Veterans. For more information on the programs and services offered by Veterans Affairs Canada, please visit their website or call them at 1-866-522-2122.

Vets Canada is a federally registered non-profit charity with hundreds of dedicated volunteers across the country, most of who are ex-military/RCMP.

VETS Canada has evolved from mostly assisting homeless veterans to also providing support to those facing difficulties of any kind. That could mean the inability to afford groceries or a power bill, or an emotional or mental health crisis, VETS Canada provides much needed support to veterans across the country.

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