Exhibitors List

Delegates can use this page to view an up-to-date list of all current 15th Global Conference on Ageing “Rights Matter” exhibitors. Exhibitor information is provided solely for the use of attendees to search for services and information offered by exhibiting companies.

The IFA thanks all the exhibitors for their time, commitment, and support of the 15th Global Conference on Ageing “Rights Matter”.

The Eye See You Biosimilars in Ophthalmology Program is committed to raising awareness about emerging biosimilars in ophthalmology and connecting Canadians to experts and thought leaders in vision health.

Réseau FADOQ is the largest seniors’ organization in Canada. 

It brings together and represents people aged 50 and over with the goal of improving and maintaining their quality of life.

GAROP is a network of over 380 members in around 80 countries worldwide, united in our work to strengthen and promote the rights of older persons.

Haven Toronto is a drop-in centre for elder homeless men. Open 365 days a year, Haven Toronto provides crisis & housing support.

Knight Therapeutics Inc. is a publicly-traded, specialty pharmaceutical company focused on acquiring, in-licensing, out-licensing, marketing and distributing innovative prescription pharmaceuticals, consumer health products and medical devices in Canada and Latin America.

Pfizer Canada strives to profoundly impact the health of Canadians through the discovery, development and delivery of medicines and vaccines.

Sage Advocacy is a support and advocacy service for vulnerable adults, older people and healthcare patients.

Egale’s mission is to improve the lives of LGBTQI2S people in Canada and to enhance the global response to LGBTQI2S issues. Egale will achieve this by informing public policy, inspiring cultural change, and promoting human rights and inclusion through research, education, awareness and legal advocacy. 

Mosaic provides medical and non-medical services in the Greater Toronto Area, including York Region, to enhance the lives of those who might otherwise have to move to a retirement home or long term care. Whether a child, young adult, parent or grandparent, Mosaic provides solutions that allow you or your loved one the ability to be independent and live in your own home and community.

Join the thousands of quality-focused health and human services organizations worldwide that have benefitted from CARF’s consultative, peer-review process since 1966.  CARF’s non-prescriptive, person-centred approach to accreditation is an excellent choice for aging services providers, including long-term care communities (nursing homes), assisted living (retirement homes), home care services, independent senior living (supportive housing), personal supports services, case management, and adult day services.