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A quiet discrimination

One in five Canadians will be over the age of 65 by 2030, yet the World Health Organization states that ageism is a global health epidemic “Ageism—the bias or prejudice based on age—continues to be socially acceptable, going largely unnoticed,” […]

Where there’s a will, there’s a plan

Change your will as your life changes, experts say Making a will is all about the big picture. “It’s about what you want, how you want your estate managed, and how to achieve it,” says Heather Austin-Skaret, a co-managing partner […]

A lifelong affair

Whether they sign up for dance instruction or a lecture series, seniors can benefit from heading back to class You make sure to get your steps in everyday, have a workout buddy and a membership to the gym. But Dr. […]

From cradle to grave

How its youngest and oldest citizens are treated is telling of a community. Here are three organizations that are making a difference in the lives of families   From Andrew Fleck Children’s Services for preschool aged kids and their parents; […]