Infection Prevention and Disaster Response
COVID-19 has shown us the critical importance of proactive and robust infection prevention measures. While investing in the needed research and development of a COVID-19 vaccine, Canadians must ensure that they stay as healthy as possible to combat this illness. This means additional investment in infection prevention, both for this pandemic and any that will follow.
Additionally, climate change is increasing both the frequency, duration, and impact of natural disasters. Yet Canada lacks a seniors’ disaster response strategy. No country, or community, can claim age-friendly status without one.
Explore the Issues
CanAge recently co-signed a joint letter to Premier of Ontario Doug Ford urging action on
Our CEO Laura Tamblyn Watts is a member of Canadian Standards Association (CSA Group)’s Technical
We’ve released our second ‘cross-country report card on adult vaccination in Canada’. The groundbreaking report,