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[Video] Seniors Can Be Fraud-Fighting, Scam-Busting Superheroes, Too

Association of Certified Fraud Examiners (ACFE)

Fraudsters often target the elderly population, hoping to get their hands on seniors' hard-earned money. This video shows senior citizens what to look out for so they won't become victims of frauds and scams. It also provides tips for loved ones to help keep their elderly family and friends safe fro

Government of Canada establishes Advisory Group to help Canadians living with rare diseases

Government of Canada- Health Canada

Government of Canada establishes Advisory Group to help Canadians living with rare diseases

Canadian Refugee Claimants Reveal the Lack of Access to Immigrant Social Services

Afros in the City

Refugee claimants are legally, financially and socially, one of the most unprotected classes in Canada. And while there are many immigrant services available, many would be surprised to find out that even immigrant services discriminate. Refugee claimants, or asylum seekers, do not have the same acc

Guide: Let's Talk: Language of Health Equity

National Collaborating Centre for Determinants of Health (NCCDH)

This installment of the Let’s Talk series supports intentional reflection on the language used to describe equity and people who live with inequities.

Report: UN Decade of Healthy Ageing Progress Report, 2021-2023

The Platform

The UN Decade of Healthy Ageing is an opportunity to work together to improve the lives of older people, their families, and their communities. The UN Decade sets an ambitious vision of a world in which all people can live long and healthy lives

Report: Where There’s a Will There’s a Way: Canadian Perspectives on Estate Planning

By: Natalie Iciaszczyk, Dr. Samir Sinha, National Institute on Aging

The report, titled Where There’s a Will, There’s a Way: Exploring Canadian Perspectives on Estate Planning, looks at how well Canadians understand the importance of estate planning, whether they have taken steps to create an estate plan, and what’s stopping them from doing so if they haven’t already.

Share Ideas: Canada Disability Benefit Regulations (by December 21, 2023)

Government of Canada

The Government of Canada is consulting Canadians on the new Canada Disability Benefit. You are invited to share your thoughts on benefit details, such as eligibility and benefit amount, which will help inform the development of the regulations for the Canada Disability Benefit.What is the Canada Dis

Canadian Internet Use Survey, 2022- published Nov 11, 2023

Statistics Canada

Information on Canadian internet usage from the 2022 survey, published Nov 11, 2023

Estate planning: Report reveals many Canadians are not prepared


Many Canadians have not created a Will, appointed a power of attorney or started estate planning. Learn about the survey conducted to find out why.


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