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CANADA | Apr 16, 2024

[Article] The New Ideal Workplace: How Flexibility Benefits Caregivers - and Everyone Else

Click HERE to read the full articleOne in four Canadians, excluding parents, identifies as a caregiver – a figure that is projected to rise to 50% of Canadians in the future. Additionally, 58% of Canadian families include children (2021 Census). With an aging population, employees with unpaid

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New pathway to partnership opens with CRA draft guidance on qualifying disbursements

Jacqueline Dwyer calls 2023 a year of celebration. It’s a year when she will mark a full decade of feeding the hungry, an effort that now stretches across 33 different neighbourhoods of the Greater

Convene & Investigate Grant Applications Open January 16

Exciting News for 2023We've made funding more accessible! In the past, we required Investigate research projects to match funds, but in 2023, both Convene and Investigate grants will not require a

YOUR VOICE MATTERS! Feedback survey on approach and principles to guide an Health Promotion Canada renewal process

This survey is intended to solicit the views of Canadian health promotion practitioners, including current and former members of Health Promotion Canada (HPC) and academia, to guide the plan for renew

Campaign Aims to Make Canada a Leader in Combating Ageism

Ageism refers to the way we think, feel, and behave towards people based on their age. And according to a 2021 World Health Organization report, one out of every two people is ageist against older peo

52 Femicides in 52 Weeks in One Province, IS NOT JUST

November 25th, 2022 – Today the Ontario Association of Interval Houses (OAITH) has released the 2021-2022 Annual Femicide List acknowledging 52 women and girls who lost their lives to femicide over

Addressing Loneliness to Promote Health

Sometimes helping people adapt to the challenges in their lives and feel more hopeful about the future can start with a phone call. This is why Meritus Health, based in Hagerstown, Maryland, decided t

In an aging world, seniors’ loss of independence and quality of life is a preventable tragedy

As life expediencies increase in Canadians, research has found that the quality of life for older adults is not increasing nearly as fast. The COVID-19 pandemic highlighted the gaps in care for older

100 Days on: Millions of older people neglected in Ukraine’s humanitarian crisis

HelpAge Canada warns that more must be done to prioritize the particular challenges and needs of millions of older people caught in Ukraine’s humanitarian crisis. People over the age of 60 are being

12th Intergenerational Day Canada is June 1st, 2022!

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7STvG6czuZk HOW TO CELEBRATE IG DAY As we come out of COVID times, two things are still clear: Older adults and youth/children need one another more than ever. W

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