Aging Advocacy

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1-800-363-9736

CARP is a national, non-profit association promoting financial security, better access to health care, and freedom from discrimination as we age. CARP aims at social change to bring financial security
416-214-1518

A Voice for Mid-Life and Older Women Learning and Working Together The Older Women’s Network is a non-profit, non-governmental voluntary organization started by a group of women in 1986.
The New Brunswick Senior Citizens Federation
1-800-453-4333

Many Different Faces. One Vision. The New Brunswick Senior Citizens Federation is a mutual, bilingual, not-for-profit organization devoted to the advancement of issues related to the well being of all
Seniors Information Line Yellowknife
1-867-920-7444

The NWT Seniors’ Society is a non-profit organization incorporated in 1983 under the Societies Act of the NWT. The Society provides information, acts as a resource and support for seniors and elders
Yellowknife Seniors Society
1-867-873-9475

The Yellowknife Seniors’ Society is a non-profit organization established in 1992. We manage the Baker Community Centre on Franklin Avenue (50th Street) in Yellowknife. Membership is $10 per yea
1-844-277-0770

The Department of Seniors is committed to ensuring the inclusion, well-being, and independence of seniors in Nova Scotia by facilitating the development of policies on ageing and programs for seniors
1-438-386-1944

   Mission Seniors Action Quebec works to maintain and enhance the vitality of English-speaking Quebec seniors. All efforts will identify and address challenges and issues to promote a healthy and a
1-250-564-5888

  SENIORS: PGCOS defines seniors as individuals 55 years of age or older.  PGCOS defines everyone under the age of 55 as seniors-in-training! MEMBERS: PGCOS members include five seniors activi
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1-416-590-0455

Care Watch is a volunteer- run, not-for-profit advocacy organization led by seniors. We work with policy makers and those who influence policy. As well, through public events and research we raise is
1-800-263-3463

March of Dimes Canada provides a wide range of services to people with physical disabilities throughout the country. March of Dimes is a community-based rehabilitation and advocacy charity for people
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416 840 8406

What Is the Rotary Dial Council? We represent the pulse of the “over 50 crowd” and their caring families. The Rotary Dial Council is a community of people over the age of 50, and thei