Wednesday, June 8, 2016
11:30 a.m. – 1 p.m.

Sparks Street Mall (between O’Connor and Bank)
Ottawa

 

The World’s Largest Sandbox is The Sandbox Project’s signature annual event to raise awareness of the importance of collaborating and investing in the health and wellbeing of Canada's children. For the fifth year in a row, the World’s Largest Sandbox will bring together Parliamentarians, media personalities, not for profit organizations and industry professionals in a giant sandbox with local children and school groups for an exciting sandcastle-building competition!

This event is free to the public. We also invite organizations working in child and youth health and wellbeing to join us in the sandbox for informal networking, opportunities for public engagement, and fun as we celebrate the impact of individuals and organizations across Canada who are working together to create meaningful change. If you are interested in getting involved, please contact us.

Highlights from last year’s event: https://storify.com/SandboxProject/the-world-s-largest-sandbox-on-sparks-street-mall

 

The Sandbox Project Conference 2016


A heartfelt thank you to all who participated in this year's conference for a record turnout at TELUS House! We look forward to receiving your feedback and to our continued collaboration in the coming months. 

As you know, The Sandbox Project's capacity comes from its volunteers including our working groups, co-chairs and board of directors. Likewise, the 2016 conference was made possible by our advisory committee, facilitators and on-site volunteers.

Finally, thanks to TELUS, the AstraZeneca Young Health ProgramYellow PagesDreamKinross, Innovative Medicines Canada, the Mental Health Commission of Canada and Santis Health for your support in making this year a big success. 

More photos and social media highlights can be found here.
Highlights from #SBchat16 can be found below.

   

 

Make sure to check out our One Minute Updates from this years conference - download the file here!

       

 

Here are some of the highlights from our successful Tweet Chat, held during the 2016 conference to bring attention to urgent issues impacting child and youth health.

   
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