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  • Ontario Creating 40 New Seniors Active Living Centres

    Ontario is helping seniors stay active and connected to their communities by investing in up to 40 new Seniors Active Living Centres across the province.

    News Release | Seniors Affairs

  • First Age-Friendly Community Recognition Awards Announced

    Ontario has announced the recipients of the first Age-Friendly Community Recognition Awards, recognizing communities for being leaders in creating inclusive and accessible environments for seniors.

    Bulletin | Seniors Affairs

  • Creating Opportunities for Seniors to Stay Engaged in their Communities

    Nearly 250 new and innovative projects that will help seniors stay active and engaged are coming to communities across the province -- part of Ontario's plan to support care, create opportunity, and make life more affordable for seniors and their families. 

    News Release | Seniors Affairs

  • Ontario Launches Age-Friendly Community Recognition Program

    Ontario is launching a new program to recognize municipalities and organizations across the province that have made outstanding progress in creating inclusive and accessible communities for people of all ages and abilities.

    News Release | Seniors Affairs

  • Ontario Creating 40 More Seniors Centres Across Province

    Ontario is now accepting applications from organizations interested in opening new Seniors Active Living Centres, to develop up to 40 new centres across the province over the next three years.

    News Release | Seniors Affairs

  • Ontario Improving Fire Safety in Retirement Homes

    Ontario is helping retirement homes with the cost of installing automatic sprinkler systems, to enhance seniors' safety and ensure that new Ontario Fire Code requirements are met.

    News Release | Seniors Affairs

  • Helping Seniors Stay Active in Their Communities

    Ontario is supporting up to 460 new projects through the Seniors Community Grant program to help seniors get involved and stay active in their communities.

    News Release | Seniors Affairs

  • Keeping Seniors Connected to their Communities

    Ontario is helping seniors across the province continue to connect with and contribute to their communities by supporting local programs that help them stay involved, learn new skills and lead active lives.

    News Release | Seniors Affairs

  • 20 Outstanding Ontario Seniors Recognized

    Today, Ontario recognized 20 outstanding seniors for their significant contributions to their communities and to the province with the Ontario Senior Achievement Awards. The Ontario Senior Achievement Awards are the province's highest form of recognition for individuals over the age of 65.

    News Release | Seniors Affairs

  • Ontario Helping Seniors Stay Active and Engaged

    Ontario is helping seniors stay involved and active in their communities by investing in 380 local projects across the province that offer programming and services specifically for seniors.

    News Release | Seniors Affairs

  • Ontario Celebrates Seniors' Month

    June 2016 marks the 32nd anniversary of Seniors' Month in Ontario, an opportunity to celebrate and honour the contributions that seniors make every day in communities across the province. 

    News Release | Seniors Affairs

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