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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 ...

March Break Fun for CARP Members and their Families

March 10, 2022

Click Hear to Join Now and Save! Only $9.95 - Limited Time Offer Outside of all of the advocacy work that CARP ...

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CARP Responds to proposed changes to Ontario LTC Regulations

March 1, 2022

"C.A.R.P. argues that without insisting, through regulation, that the foundational principles contained in the preamble ...

C.A.R.P. Annual Meeting Sets Record, Ontario Premier Attends

February 12, 2022

Feb 12, 2022 The C.A.R.P. annual meeting this year for fiscal 2020-2021 was held yesterday to a record audience of ...

C.A.R.P. President’s Introduction of Premier Ford goes Viral

February 12, 2022

C.A.R.P. President Moses Znaimer used his introduction of the keynote speaker at this year's annual general meeting to ...

The Impact of Financial Loss on an Older Canadian Can Be Life Altering

January 25, 2022

The impact of financial loss on an older Canadian can be life altering”, said Bill VanGorder, Chief Operating Officer ...

Ottawa Parliament

COVID-19 Has Exposed How We Fail Older Canadians.

January 24, 2022

C.A.R.P. says, Here’s What Needs to Change, Now.   COVID-19 (2020/21) shone a light on the myriad faults ...

What Your Pharmacist Isn’t Telling You!

January 21, 2022

Watch below for the inside scoop on prescription medications and their effects - when it comes to the aging ...

C.A.R.P Uncovers Challenges Faced by Canada’s Millions of Unpaid Caregivers

January 12, 2022

  January 12, 2022—C.A.R.P uncovers the pressing need for family caregiver supports through a cross-Canadian ...

Notice Of Annual General Meeting, Fiscal 2020-21

January 7, 2022

NOTICE OF ANNUAL MEETING Due to the global pandemic, and the recommendations of Public Health authorities, the ...