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CANADA | Jul 11, 2024

[Announcement] The Chrysalis Innovation Challenge

Calling all changemakers! Are you passionate about creating a better future for older adults? Do you have a brilliant idea, program, or technology that empowers them to live with choice, dignity, and purpose?Do you have an innovative technology, program or service that can positively impact the live

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[Research Opportunity] Preventing male suicide through social connection and mutual help

Title of Project: Preventing male suicide through social connection and mutual helpPrincipal Investigator: Dr. John Oliffe What is this study about? We are interested in learning about men’s pers

[Article] Family medicine for all: Community health centres serve their neighbours, but capacity issues remain

Family medicine for all: Community health centres serve their neighbours, but capacity issues remainAdvocates say the location-based model, similar to catchment areas, could fix Canada's primary care

NOMINATIONS ARE NOW OPEN FOR THE 2023 IMPACT AWARDS!

CLICK HERE TO LEARN MORENOMINATIONS ARE NOW OPEN FOR THE 2023 IMPACT AWARDS!Emerging Leader Award - for volunteer engagement professionals who have been in the field for one to seven years. NOMINATI

Healthy Aging CORE Research Spotlight: July 2023

Research Spotlight: Canadian Centre for Elder LawThe Canadian Centre for Elder Law (CCEL) works collaboratively with community stakeholders, provincial agencies, national bodies and other organization

[News] Government of Canada funds three projects in Alberta to empower seniors to age in their homes

News releaseJuly 17, 2023       Gatineau, Quebec       Employment and Social Development CanadaAfter a lifetime of hard work, seniors want to live healthy, safe and independent lives. Ma

[News] Canada announces New Horizons for Seniors Program funding for projects in Windsor, Ontario

The New Horizons for Seniors Program is a federal grants and contributions program that funds projects that empower seniors in their communities and contributes to improving seniors’ health and well

[Article] Making cycling safer and more accessible for all

For as long as she can remember, Kimberly Whidden has been cycling on urban and city roads.“When my sister and I were growing up in Victoria in the 1970s, our parents would take us from Esquimalt to

[Information] Accessing care if you're evacuated due to a wildfire

Accessing care if you're evacuated due to a wildfireYour living situation could change quickly during wildfire season if you’re evacuated, but your need to access health care could remain the same.

[Impact Story] Ontario man rallies handymen across Canada to build toys for kids who lost homes in wildfires

Ontario man rallies handymen across Canada to build toys for kids who lost homes in wildfiresWhen Andy Tamas heard about the wildfires burning in Nova Scotia last month, he wanted to do something to h

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