Media Advisory Toronto, ON: September 16, 2014 Join us: DATE: September 26, 2014 TIME: 10am –...
CARP recently visited Charlottetown, PEI to raise seniors health care as a priority in parallel to the Premiers’...
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By A. Boomer A. Boomer is a CARP member who shares his experiences growing up middle aged, every two weeks in the CARP...
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Dementia expert, Karen Tyrell, offers answers to www.carp.ca visitors for their situation-specific questions. Karen is a dementia consultant who can point you in the right direction, giving quick insight and personalized answers to help you... read more »
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New report outlines how pharmacists can save up to $1.9 billion, managing these conditions is a government priority Toronto, Ontario – September 4, 2013 – The increasing prevalence of complex chronic diseases is one of the most... read more »
Patty Randall began caring for her 80-something parents in the 1990s. For the next decade, she learned the limits of the Canada Health Act and the merits of advanced care planning. Flying from her home in Vancouver to her parents’ place... read more »
Editor’s Note: CARP was mentioned in the Queen’s Park Briefing for August 26th, 2014. Click here to find out more about the Queen’s Park Briefing. It offers a lengthy discussion of CARP’s perspective: What does Canada need... read more »
Editor's Note: On August 29th, 2014 iPolitics published a story about the new Parliamentary Budget Officer's latest report. The 12th triennial report of the chief acturay was tabled in the House of Commons in late August. It states... read more »
For more than 20 years, the Avenue Road Arts School has been the place to experience creative discovery, to ignite the imagination and to learn new skills. Adult classes include Painting, Pottery, I Wish I Could Draw, and Singing Broadway... read more »
Canada’s doctors say they’re grappling with the challenges of meeting the needs of patients at end of life. The quality of end of life care was the focus of a conversation this morning as the annual meeting of the Canadian Medical... read more »
Editor's Note: The following article was published in The Hill Times on August 18th, 2014. The article outlines some of the major asks that are being made on behalf of interested parties and groups of citizens but speculates that the... read more »