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Resources on CORE include checklists, toolkits, reports, studies, videos, and other materials on topics relevant to those working or volunteering in support of healthy aging and older adults independent living.

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Community-Based Senior's Serving Sector

Healthy Aging Alberta

Advocating for SeniorsHealthy Aging Alberta (HAA) and Edmonton Seniors Coordinating Council (ESCC) are two of the lead champions of the Community-Based Seniors Serving (CBSS) sector. HAA is a rich network of CBSS organizations and allies across our province united by a shared vision: to make Al

Aging in Alberta- Elections 2023 Resources

Healthy Aging Alberta

Toolkit for Advocating at the Alberta Election for the Community-Based Seniors Serving sector

The Value of Volunteering in Canada

The Conference Board of Canada

At a Glance:Even if volunteers are unpaid, their contribution adds to economic activity through the value of services provided.We estimate that volunteers added over two billion hours to Canada’s work effort in 2017.This volunteer contribution is valued at $55.9 billion in 2017—equivalent to 2.6

Faces of Community: Nominate a Volunteer! (deadline April 21, 2023)

Federation of Calgary Communities

Faces of Community is back! Launched in 2017 as a part of March Community Association Awareness month, Faces of Community aims to highlight the many different faces of community volunteers making a difference in our city’s communities.Every day, our Faces of Community folks spend their time and

2023 Healthy Aging Alberta Regional Gatherings: Call for Presentations

Healthy Aging Alberta

Healthy Aging Alberta is seeking presentation proposals from CBSS professionals for the Conversation Cafe portion of our 2023 Regional Gatherings.Anyone interested in sharing their experiences, ideas, or success stories with the greater CBSS community is invited to submit a presentation proposal.P

Black History Month 2023

National Black Coalition of Canada Society - Edmonton Chapter

Welcome to Black History Month 2023.Celebrating and learning about Black History Month and Black Culture matters now more than ever.This commemorative month remains a necessity because elements of racism and systemic barriers continue to outline the lived experiences of black people in Canada.

Overview of Healthy Aging Alberta 2022 Regional Gatherings

Healthy Aging Alberta

Overview and report of the Healthy Aging Alberta Regional Gatherings in May-June 2022


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