What is Eastern Jack Summit?
The Eastern Jack Summit is a reimagining of our previous Atlantic Summit, which was started by a group of passionate mental health advocates in Nova Scotia, and became an official Jack.org Regional Summit in 2020. Although our summit is going through a name change and redirection this year, the essence of the Eastern Jack Summit remains the same – connecting youth mental health advocates from New Brunswick, Newfoundland and Labrador, Nova Scotia, and Prince Edward Island. This Summit will be a space to learn from one another and other mental health leaders and change-makers, build community and resources and collaborate on ways to create meaningful change in communities across Eastern Canada.
When and where is Eastern Jack Summit?
Eastern Jack Summit will be taking place on Friday, November 25, 2022, and Saturday, November 26, 2022, in Halifax, Nova Scotia.
Delegates will arrive on Friday, November 25 in the afternoon and depart sometime on Sunday, November 27.
Will it cost me anything to attend?
No. Thanks to our generous sponsors and donors, the summit is free for all delegates.
How do I go about booking my travel and accommodation?
Don’t worry, leave it to us! If you are accepted to attend the Summit, we will be working with local partners to secure everything on our end, including flights, local travel, hotel accommodation and more. Keep an eye on your email in the coming weeks regarding these details and more.
Jack.org is committed to prioritizing the health & safety of delegates, invited guests, and other Summit attendees as we safely return to in-person events. To that end, we will continually monitor territorial/provincial public health guidelines and abide by all federal regulations as set out by the Government of Canada.
To ensure the safety of everyone attending our events, Jack.org will be mandating proof of vaccination at all internally run events this year, including Eastern Jack Summit. This means you will need to be vaccinated with at least two doses of the following accepted vaccines as outlined by the Public Health Agency of Canada.
For more information about our policy around COVID-19, please see this one-pager. If you have received a medical exemption, or have any other concerns with this policy, please reach out to firstname.lastname@example.org to speak to a member of our team.