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CORE Alberta News - February 3, 2023

Thank you for being a part of the CORE Alberta community!Already a month into 2023 and we know you are all just as busy as ever! As we enter Black History Month, this is a critical time to engage in open dialogue with other partners around systems change and look deeper at internal Diversity, Eq

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Alberta Senior Warns Others Not to Fall for Scams Targeting the Elderly

An Alberta senior is warning others to be vigilant of scams and not fall victim to fraud schemes targeting the elderly.Betty Stuebing, who currently lives in a retirement residence in Calgary, told Gl

CORE Alberta News - January 6, 2023

Thank you for being a part of the CORE Alberta community! We have had a fantastic year with CORE Alberta! Since 2021 we have seen growth to 1425 CORE Members and 57,620 Active CORE users. We ar

CORE Alberta News - December 16, 2022

We are very grateful to everyone who collaborated and worked diligently to make this last year a positive one for the older adults across Alberta and for the community-based senior serving sector! Together we are making Alberta one of the best places to grow older.

Supporting Alberta’s Most Vulnerable

Alberta’s government is taking action to make life more affordable for families, Albertans with disabilities, seniors and those out of work. Alberta’s economy has recovered strongly, but Albertan

Growing 211’s Mental Health and Addiction Support Capacity

Alberta’s government is investing more than $15 million over three years to help connect Albertans to local addiction and mental health services. As part of building a recovery-oriented system of c

Alberta Commits $20 Million to Food Banks, Agencies Struggling With Inflation

The Alberta government is committing $20 million over two years to support food banks and civil society organizations across the province as people grapple with inflated grocery prices. Seniors, Comm

Alberta Non-profits Call For $30M Cash Injection From Province to Address ‚ÄėCrisis‚Äô

Alberta non-profits joined forces Tuesday to issue an urgent plea to the province for more funding. The ask for an immediate, one-time top-up of $30 million comes as many charities across Alberta jug

Alberta Seniors Expected to Be Hit Hard This Flu Season

Doctors and infectious disease specialists are urging Albertans to look after seniors as Alberta heads into an early influenza season. As of Friday, four Albertans over the age of 60 have died and 15

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