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Ontario Election 2022

CARP’s Say on Ontario 2022 Budget

May 9, 2022

CARP Review of Ontario 2022 Budget The Ontario Budget was released at the tail end of April.  You can see the full ...

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Resident Care CARP’s Top Priority for LTC

May 5, 2022

May 3, 2022 CARP's Chief Membership Officer, David Cravit spoke with 'Ontario Votes' host Mark Towhey on the topic ...

Age Friendly Cities

Canadians Need Age-Friendly Cities

May 4, 2022

According to Statistics Canada, the population of those age 85 and older is expected to triple over the next 25 ...

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CARP Long-Term Care Op/Ed in Ottawa Citizen

May 4, 2022

CARP Ottawa Chapter President, Claude Paul Boivin and Vice-President, Kathy Wright weigh in on the need for a ...

Ageism

Older Workers Productive and Agile

May 4, 2022

One of CARP’s pillars of advocacy is freedom from ageism.  Assumptions are often made of older people, and ...

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Understanding Emotion-Based Care

April 29, 2022

The implementation of an emotion-based approach to organizing and delivering care is the revolutionary change needed in ...

In The News

Aim Higher for Health Webinar VOD

April 29, 2022

Hello, In case you missed it here is the Webinar we did with Our own Bill VanGorder, Dr. Gerald Batist, Oncologist ...

Campaign: Long-term care

Canada is Aging: LTC and home care culture change needed

April 28, 2022

Canada’s newly released census data from 2021 indicates that those aged 85 and older are among the fastest growing ...

Federal Budget

CARP Win: Security through Banking Ombudsman

April 25, 2022

The recent Federal Budget 2022 announced the government’s intention to strengthen banks’ external complaints ...

Ageism

Mitigating Risk without Isolation

April 19, 2022

Mikelenas-Mcloughlin, former president of the Etobicoke chapter of the Canadian Association of Retired People (CARP) is ...