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CARP Weighs in on Federal Budget

April 19, 2022

Finance Minister Chrystia Freeland delivered the Federal budget prior to the Easter long weekend. “The budget has ...

Health

Join us to Aim Higher for the Healthcare We Deserve!

April 13, 2022

Canada’s seniors have suffered the most under COVID. The pandemic exposed the weaknesses in Canada’s ...

Homecare

CARP Action on Home Care

April 11, 2022

The volunteers of the CARP Nova Scotia chapter have submitted a position paper to their provincial ...

Homecare

Invisibility of Home Care in NS

April 7, 2022

CARP in Nova Scotia is working hard to highlight a critical gap in the healthcare continuum during COVID. Ron Swan ...

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Ontario Election Alternative Voting Methods

April 7, 2022

Elections Ontario offers a variety of ways for eligible voters to cast their ballots, beyond the traditional visit to ...

Ageism

Avoiding Scams

April 6, 2022

Last month was Fraud Prevention Month in Canada.  It’s important to be alert, especially with scams on the rise. ...

Finance

CARP and Allies Push for Pension Protection

April 1, 2022

CARP recently joined advocates including the Canadian Federation of Pensioners and Canadian Network for the Prevention ...

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Vaccine Backgrounder – The CARP Vaccine Summit

March 30, 2022

CARP recently presented the National Vaccine Summit, gathering experts from across Canada to educate and inform viewers ...

Campaign: Long-term care

Saskatchewan LTC face possible lockdowns

March 30, 2022

While residents in long-term institutional care (LTIC) facilities in Saskatchewan are safe from COVID-19 during ...

Ageism

Saskatchewan LTC face lockdowns

March 30, 2022

While residents in long-term institutional care (LTIC) facilities in Saskatchewan are safe from COVID-19 during ...