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CANADA | May 23, 2024

Call for Lived Experiences: WHO Commission on Social Connection (Deadline: May 31, 2024)

The WHO Commission on Social Connection is looking for individuals who have experienced social isolation and loneliness to share their stories, insights, and advice.Commissioners are committed to lived experience being central to the process and products of the Commission. Your personal perspective

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[News] Newell Housing Foundation becomes first certified Living Wage Employer in Brooks

Newell Housing Foundation becomes first certified Living Wage Employer in Brooks

[News] Loneliness among seniors is a global threat. This advocate is pushing for a local solution

Loneliness among seniors is a global threat. This advocate is pushing for a local solution

[News] The Economic Costs of Family Caregiving

Studies show that solutions to reduce the impact on the economy and on the financial lives of caregivers are needed.

[News] Dating for Calgary Seniors

Older adults navigating the dating pool

[News] 400K seniors approved for dental care program as applications set to open for more Canadians

Applications for the federal government's new dental insurance program are about to open up to more Canadians.Starting Feb. 1, Service Canada will begin sending letters to seniors aged 72 to 76 inviti

[News] Alberta launches free digital literacy program

Alberta launches free digital literacy program

[News] Does Canada’s food guide provide adequate guidance for older adults?

Does Canada’s food guide provide adequate guidance for older adults?

[News] City of Grande Prairie launches Aging Well Together Initiative

The City of Grande Prairie is launching a new initiative aimed at engaging and serving seniors and older adults.The Aging Well Together Initiative is being called a key component of City Council’s

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