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Improving Cognitive Health

January 4, 2024

Age-associated memory impairment is part of the natural process of aging. For most people, memory generally remains ...

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CARP interview with CBC about why CPP belongs to Pensioners, not Provinces

December 18, 2023

Bill VanGorder speaks to CBC about the need to protect CPP https://www.mrcassociates.ca/carp_info/CPPDEC2023.mp4 ...

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Survey Says: CARP members share perspective on vaccinations

December 14, 2023

This past fall, CARP surveyed members about preventable diseases and vaccinations. Here’s an overview of what you ...

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Annual General Meeting Feb 22, 2024

December 14, 2023

NOTICE OF ANNUAL MEETING The Annual Meeting of the Members of the Canadian Association of Retired Persons will be ...

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Fall Economic Statement

December 14, 2023

Budget Update: What’s in it for Canadian Seniors? The federal government released their Fall Economic Statement in ...

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Zoomers are “Travel-Hungry” after years on the sidelines

December 13, 2023

Travel-Hungry Older Canadians Gear Up for Globe-Trotting Adventures as Pandemic Concerns ...

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CARP Volunteers: What They Do and Why We Love Them

December 11, 2023

In honour of International Volunteer Day (December 5th), we asked Anthony Quinn, CARP's Chief Community Officer about ...

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RSV overview

November 27, 2023

RSV PROFILE Peak season: October-May, with most cases occurring in the winter months. Transmission: RSV is spread by ...

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TAKE ACTION: Tell the government the RSV vaccine must be funded.

November 23, 2023

RSV is a highly contagious seasonal respiratory virus that affects the lungs and respiratory passages. While RSV ...

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CARP National Webinar Tuesday Nov 14

November 13, 2023

CARP National Webinar - The Seniors Travel Safety Update Tuesday, November 14th.  10 AM Pacific 11 AM ...