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Mar

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Geriatric Health Systems Research Group – GHS Bulletin

In the Winter 2019 edition of the Geriatric Health Systems Research Group (GHS) Bulletin, GHS shares information on recent events and accomplishments of the GHS group, as well as updates on projects. Some updates include: Caredove – Finding and referring to supports in the community with an online platform, called Caredove to make it easier […]

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Mar

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Dementia Talk App – Launches January 25!

Are you a family caregiver or professional caring for someone with dementia?  The Dementia Talk App created by the Reitman Centre at Sinai Health System will officially launch on Friday January 25, 2019. Dementia Talk is an award winning app that is designed to empower caregivers in managing dementia care, tracking and understanding behavioural changes […]

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Mar

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Association of Jewish Seniors – Monthly Blog (January 2019)

The Association of Jewish Seniors has released a monthly blog to highlight their activities and events. In the January 2019 blog, you can read about the following: February Foot Health Meeting March General Meeting Recap of the December General Meeting Lecture Notes on “Israel Advocacy” presentation by Paul Michaels, CIJA Representative Information about the Jewish […]

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Mar

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Life After Fifty Lottery

Life After Fifty’s biggest fundraiser of the year has returned!  What would you do with $10, 000, $2, 500 or $1, 000? You could also win a $500 Shoppers Drug Mart gift certificate or Just Jeff’s Gourmet Express gift certificates! Since the pries are cash and gift certificates, they make great group purchases for family, friends […]

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Mar

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Polygamy in Canada: An Open Secret – CBC’s The Fifth Estate

“Polygamy is against the Canadian Criminal Code, yet some imans are openly willing to do it for men who want second wives, including on the most prominant imans in the country”.  The Canadian Council of Muslim Women (CCMW) believes polygamy is based on the values of tribal patriarchy and is inherently harmful to women and […]

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Mar

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Maximize Your Health

Mississauga Halton Self-Management Program (FREE opportunities for individuals to improve their Self-Management skills through workshops) The Self Management Program offers a variety of programs/workshops vailable for adults at no cost who live in the Mississauga, Oakville or Milton (Halton region). These programs and services enable you to take control of your own health by gaining […]

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Mar

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Protecting Against Influenza

Protecting Against Influenza  Influenza is a prevalent, contagious, and vaccine-preventable infectious disease in Canada. Influenza is ranked top 10 amount the most common infectious diseases in Canada and the 8th leading cause of mortality in Ontario between 2005 to 2007. Get your influenza vaccine today! Influenza season usually peaks in January or February, but can […]

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Mar

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Safe Senior Calendar 2019

Safe Senior Calendar 2019 B.A.S.S.I.C. Calendar Update: Funding for the 2019 calendar has been significantly reduced. Unfortunately, B.A.S.S.I.C. will only be distributing single calendars, and do not have the means to mail calendars. Calendars will be available at the following locations: Through local police and fire stations in Toronto and York Region Through one of […]

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Mar

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The Business of Active Retirement Communities (BARC)

The Business of Active Retirement Communities (BARC) A New Economy Wealth Creation Model A Professional Career Perspective By John G. Kelly – B.Com., LL.B., M.Sc. (international relations) M.A. (Jud.Admin), F.CIS. john@activeretirement.ca Active communities are wealth generators. For first time home buyers with young families, communities in neighborhoods with well maintained homes commanding a premium price, good schools, recreation facilities, […]

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Mar

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Canada Accedes to the Optional Protocol

News Release – December 3, 2018 Canada accedes to the Optional Protocol to the United Nations Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities The Government of Canada is working to create a truly accessible Canada. As part of these efforts, the Honourable Carla Qualtrough, Minister of Public Services and Procurement and Accessibility, along with […]

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