TRADE SHOW HOURS
February 1 – Business-to-Business Day – 1:30pm-5:30pm
February 2 – Public Day – 1:30pm-5:30pm
February 3 – Public Day – 10:00am-4:00pm
Admission – $10.00 (business card also required on February 1)
The trade show floor will include exhibits from private businesses, all levels of government, not-for-profit organizations, and many other groups. Representation will come from the profiled regions of Nunavut, Nunavik and Labrador/ Nunatsiavut, but also from across Canada and abroad.
The show will provide delegates, other exhibitors, and the general public with information on current and future developments, partnership opportunities, and other initiatives of interest. Many industries and sectors will be represented during the trade show including mining, oil and gas, transportation, military, government, educational institutions, as well as many other organizations.
The Arts and Culture Pavilion will also be located on the trade show level. This area will include a stage and demonstration space where artists create, promote, and sell their work, as well as performances and other cultural presentations.
Approximately 200 exhibitors are expected to attend this four-day event, and thousands of visitors from the north, southern regions of Canada, as well as around the globe, will visit the trade show floor.
The Northern Lights Business & Cultural Showcase is designed to profile Eastern Arctic & North business, industry, history, and culture. With thousands of attendees and hundreds of exhibitors, the conference is an excellent venue to learn more about what makes Canada's North unique and grow your northern network. No matter what you're interested in experiencing at the event, our host of options has something for everyone. Business and industry interests can be explored at the conference, on the tradeshow floor, and during workshops. For those looking to experience the culture and history of Eastern Arctic & North regions, our Arts & Cultural Pavilion will be busy throughout the event with demonstrations and displays from up and coming and established artists, craftspeople, and performers.