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[RESOURCE] Launch of GBA+ Toolkit


Honouring Spaces for 2S+ & IndigiQueer Inclusivity,” toolkit.

A positive step forward: Helping older adults stay active and healthy by walking outdoors

Canadian Institutes of Health Research

In the most recent Statistics Canada survey on exercise for older Canadians, 42% of respondents reported walking outside less than three days a week. Yet research suggests that walking outdoors, especially in nature, provides physical and emotional benefits. The reverse is also true: limited outdoor

[Report] Final report of the Expert Panel: Supporting Canadians aging at home: Ensuring quality of life as we age

National Seniors Council members

Click HERE to read the reportExecutive summaryOn October 6, 2022, the Minister of Seniors and the Minister of Health announced that the National Seniors Council (the Council) would serve as the Expert Panel on Supporting Canadians Aging at Home (the Expert Panel). The Expert Panel was asked to provi

Poverty in Canada Through a Deprivation Lens

Food Banks Canada

Poverty in Canada Through a Deprivation Lens by: Michael Mendelson, Geranda Notten, Richard Matern & Sofia SeerAn alternative approach to measuring a household’s standard of living is to look at outcomes rather than inputs – that is, assessing a household’s standard of living by looking at

KDE Hub Mental Health Promotion Implementation Learning Series

KDE Hub Mental Health Promotion

Implementation science plays a crucial role in bridging the gap between research and practice. It helps to ensure evidence-informed interventions translate effectively into real-world settings, ultimately improving outcomes for individuals, organizations, and communities.


Government of Canada, House of Commons

HUMA COMMITTEE REPORTIf you have any questions or comments regarding the accessibility of this publication, please contact us at accessible@parl.gc.ca.See the full document hereLIST OF RECOMMENDATIONS As a result of their deliberations committees may make recommendations which they include in the

[Learning Modules] Dementia Resources for Eating, Activity, and Meaningful Inclusion (DREAM) Learning Modules

Research Institute For Aging

The goal of the Dementia Resources for Eating, Activity, and Meaningful Inclusion (DREAM) learning modules are to provide service providers with the knowledge and skills to engage with people living with dementia and support inclusive physical activity, healthy eating, and other wellness programs.

Canadian Code for Volunteer Involvement

Volunteer Canada

Canadian Code for Volunteer Involvement (CCVI)Volunteer Canada created the Canadian Code for Volunteer Involvement (CCVI) to support organizations that engage volunteers. We encourage all organizations to use the CCVI as a guide for engaging volunteers in the CBSS sector. Volunteer_Canada_Canadi


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