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Groups are where CORE participants can share information and stories, ask questions, learn, and collaborate. Open discussion groups can be accessed by any member of CORE; closed groups are available by invitation only.

A few of our groups are looking for group leaders from across the province!

Current Callouts:​

  • Immigrant Senior Sector Connections group is a few months old and is building their Alberta footprint. If you serve immigrant older adults, we are looking for your voice as a general member, occasional volunteer, or even a group (co)lead!
  • Food Security group has had capacity changes this year and is looking for more group (co)leads to support the current group leads.
  • Social Connection, Wellness, and Mental Health group has had capacity changes this year, and the current leads can no longer run the group. This valuable and dynamic group is looking for new leads to take the reins.
  • Emergency and Disaster Preparedness group has had capacity changes this year, and the current leads are retiring. With this ever-increasing issue, this important group is looking for new leads to step in.
  • Intergenerational CoP group is building a National Collaborative​. If you do intergeneration work on a provincial or national level, we are looking for new members!

We need you!

Whatever your capacity level, there is a place for you on CORE Alberta.

If you would like to talk more about group leadership, please contact us!

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Alberta Age-Friendly Community of Practice

The Age-Friendly Community of Practice (CoP) is designed to help communities that are considering or in the process of developing an age-friendly plan.  CoP members offer support to communities pursu


Alberta Age-Friendly Discussion Group

The Age-Friendly Discussion Group shares information, resources and promising practices for creating age-friendly environments.



The purpose of this group is to connect community-based senior serving professionals, volunteers, and allied and partners from all across Alberta who encounter caregivers in their work with resource


Community Partners in Action (CPIA)

The Community Partners in Action is a multi-organizational coalition that engages other community stakeholders to seek out and implement grassroots solutions for rural communities.


Connecting People & Community for Living Well

This Group serves as a repository where Connecting People & Community for Living Well meeting invites, recordings, and resources shared during meetings are stored.


Elder Abuse

The CORE Elder Abuse Group invites individuals, organizations, and agencies to develop strategies to address elder abuse in the least intrusive but most effective way – respecting an older adult’


Emergency and Disaster Preparedness for Older Adults in Alberta

This group is focused on disaster and emergency preparedness for older adults and their caregivers including older adults at risk of going missing. This group welcomes participation from anyone inte


Food Security

The COVID-19 pandemic has highlighted the challenges older adults on fixed incomes have in accessing food and nutrition. This working group is focused on developing solutions to the barriers related t


Government of Alberta – Seniors Programs Resource Guide

Government of Alberta – Seniors Programs Resource Guide group is designed for service providers to access the online Programs and Services Resource Guide and other training or resource materials as


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