Thurs, Mar 31, 20227:00 PM – 8:30 PM EST Whether in a hospital, at home or long-term care, the aim is to have older adults
The Government of Ontario has announced that, starting March 14th 2022, eligible Ontarians with type 1 diabetes can receive Assistive Devices Program funding for a
MoneySmart Manitoba has launched a new podcast exploring issues around financial fraud and how people can protect themselves from falling victim to increasingly sophisticated scams.
CanAge recently co-authored the following Op-Ed, asking some hard questions of the federal government around its unwillingness to protect pensioners. This is an issue we’ve
Canada’s Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission recently decided that communications service providers, including phone and cable companies, must provide paper bills upon request to seniors.
CanAge undersigned a letter to the Ontario Ministry of Municipal Affairs and Housing, urging for universal grab bars in showers and bathtubs to be made
CanAge co-wrote an open letter to federal Minister of Finance Chrystia Freeland calling on her to establish a designated, single ombuds organization to handle consumer
Victoria, BC, February 22, 2022—CanAge, Canada’s National Seniors’ Advocacy Organization finds that seniors have been ignored in the province’s 2022 Budget – a move that