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Mar

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Alcohol Gaming & Commission Fees reduces Break Open Ticket revenues for Charities

HERE ARE THE FACTS Hospital foundations and volunteer auxiliaries, provincial health organizations, special needs services, mental health charities, seniors’ groups, services for children and families, youth sports organizations, service clubs, volunteer firefighters, newcomer organizations and many others depend on the funds raised from Break Open Tickets to provide services in our Ontario communities. Each year, […]

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Mar

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More Health Care Issues to Consider Before June 7 Election

Concerned Friends is a non profit organization and a registered charity dedicated to reforming the loing-term care system and improvement of residents’ quality of life. It is an organization which is 100% volunteer based. They are sharing with us their views on where improvements in the LTC system can be made and where the short […]

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Mar

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Carewatch Summarizes Political Party Issues

ELECTION ISSUES FOR SENIOR CITIZENS Ontario’s provincial election on Thursday June 7, 2018 is just a week away. This election is an important opportunity to influence policies that affect senior citizens right across the province. Care Watch’s focus in this election is accessible home care and community support services. The level of commitment to home care and community […]

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Mar

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Toronto Celebrates Newcomer Day on May 29th

Toronto is home to over 200 different  nationalities. On May 29th, we celebrate our diversity with our 4th annual Newcomer Day. Everyone is welcome, both newcomers and established residents and guests. Activities and entertainment begin at 11:30 a.m. until 3:30 pm at Nathan Phillips Square, 100 Queen Street W. For more information, click here.

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Mar

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Ministry of Seniors Affairs: Roundtable Discussions On Aging In A Diverse Ontario Report

Ministry of Seniors’ Affairs Releases Diversity Roundtable Discussions on Aging in a Diverse Ontario: Report The  Ministry of Seniors’ Affairs has released a summary of our findings from the six Diversity Roundtable discussions held in Markham, Scarborough, Mississauga, Ottawa, London and Brampton. The sessions provided a forum for participants to discuss their perspectives on retirement; […]

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Mar

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Summary of Stakeholder Feedback on N.O.R.C.’s

Ministry of Seniors’ Affairs Advisory: Ontario Is Providing Support to Help Seniors Remain In Their Homes May 4 – Toronto – On Friday, the government announced an investment of $8.8 million over two years to support naturally occurring retirement communities, which are apartment buildings or housing developments where many seniors already live close to one […]

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Mar

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M.P. TJ Harvey’s Housing Accessibility E-Petition

Dear Stakeholder, We need YOUR support for TJ Harvey’s motion on VisitABILITY (M-157). HOW? PLEASE SIGN AND SHARE the E-PETITION link for M-157! SIGN PETITION HERE to help us reach our goal for a more ACCESSIBLE CANADA! Visitable homes have three basic accessibility features: No step entrance – At minimum, there must be one accessible, […]

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Mar

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Emergency Alert Test Will Ping Your Cell Phone Next Week

Emergency alert test will ping your cellphone next week Tests will happen May 7 in Ontario and Quebec and May 9 in rest of the country The Canadian Press  May 1, 2018 – Millions of cellphones, tablets and other portable devices will sound off across the country next week to test Canada’s new public emergency […]

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Mar

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Senators Recommend Delaying Cannabis Bill For A Year To Address Indigenous Issues

First Nations say their governments will face new social challenges from legal cannabis  John Paul Tasker · CBC News May 1, 2018 – A Senate committee wants the Trudeau government to put off its marijuana legalization plans for roughly a year to allow Indigenous communities time to prepare.  Members of the Senate’s Aboriginal peoples committee are recommending […]

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