The Age-Friendly Niagara Network is a group of local citizens, volunteers, community partners and municipal leaders who have joined together to learn about, take action on and champion age-friendly community principles to make Niagara a ‘community for all ages’. To learn more about the Age-Friendly Niagara Network visit About Us or Age-Friendly Action in Niagara.


Federal Candidate Brief Prepared by the Age-Friendly Niagara Network

Targeted to candidates running in Niagara ridings for the October 2019 Federal Election, this two-page brief outlines the contributions older adults make to our community, the ways in which Niagara has already made progress towards becoming age-friendly, and what federal candidates can do to help champion this work.


AFNN 2018 Impact Placemat

This 2-page placemat summarizes milestones achieved by the Age-Friendly Niagara Network in 2018.


In The News

Lonely together

There is a more than 50-year age gap between Diane Skippen, 78, and university student Megan Yakabuski, 21. After meeting, they found they had something very much in common — the desire for more human interaction.

Seniors hosting free seminar

The Seniors Centre welcomed lots of holiday bargain hunters to its annual Christmas bazaar last Saturday. Next up, a free seminar will feature expert speakers on health and technology at the Centre on Dec. 6.

Ontario Trillium Foundation

This project is made possible by a grant from the Ontario Trillium Foundation.