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Editor’s Note: Following a tragic hit and run accident that took place Wednesday August 6th in the evening, CBC news...
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Leading up to the June 30, 2014 by-elections, CARP and the Canadian Medical Association (CMA) partnered together on a...
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Former University Health Network President and CEO, Dr. Bob Bell is Ontario’s new Deputy Minister of Health CARP...
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CARP members will no doubt recall that the Ontario Retirement Pension Plan (ORPP) was first proposed in the minority...

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Celebrate Seniors Day with your local CARP Chapter!!! CARP Greater Bay of Quinte Area Chapter #39 invites all members and non-members to this informative event....  We will be raising our CARP Chapter's #39 flag at 9:30 am at the Bay of... read more »
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      For Immediate Release Ottawa, Toronto (Aug. 25, 2014) – The Canadian Medical Association (CMA) and the Canadian Association of Retired Persons (CARP) will co-host a seniors care roundtable on Aug. 28... read more »
  Key Findings August 12, 2014:  CARP members think the most useful outcome of the upcoming First Ministers conference in PEI would be the kind of national standards for health care previously imposed by the national Health Care... read more »
IT'S ALL ABOUT COMMUNITY Over the three years of our Chapter’s existence, we have had increasing community focus on health advocacy, primarily for two reasons: To educate our members on what health services are currently... read more »
As we age and become more fragile, our needs can become too great to stay where we would prefer to be – in our own homes. Acute care hospitals must confront the problem every day of discharging elderly patients who are no longer able... read more »
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Editor’s Note: Following a tragic hit and run accident that took place Wednesday August 6th in the evening, CBC news published the following article urging caregivers to take precautions... A Canadian family is grieving after an... read more »
When Canadians saw the video from Donald Low pleading for physician-assisted death, it sparked a nationwide conversation on the issue. The public had grown used to seeing Mount Sinai Hospital’s microbiologist-in-chief at press... read more »
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Inadequate retirement savings, precarious late-career employment, and poor investor protection combine to make it difficult for many Canadians to achieve and sustain retirement income security.   Nearly 6 percent of seniors still live... read more »
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Leading up to the June 30, 2014 by-elections, CARP and the Canadian Medical Association (CMA) partnered together on a Seniors Care Challenge. The challenge asked all candidates in the four by-elections, the Ontario ridings of... read more »
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CARP met with Ontario’s new Deputy Minister of Health, Dr. Bob Bell, on July 25, 2014 and introduced CARP’s advocacy work in health and the need for health care transformation, an area that CARP has increasingly been pushing... read more »
This is the title of a very interesting article in one of the medical newspapers I subscribe. It is in regards to a topic much larger than pain but has general relevance for all of us Canadians. I would like to share excerpts with... read more »
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