Age-Friendly Niagara has been working with the Niagara Region to review their housing and homelessness action plan...read more.
After touring the Thorold Seniors Centre and playing snooker and shuffleboard with local members, the Honourable Jean-Yves Duclos gave an overview of Budget 2019...read more.
Niagara College has become the first college in Canada to be designated as a member of the Age-Friendly University (AFU) Global Network...read more.
Research in aging a lead priority in anticipation of diverse and growing needs of an aging population, study finds...read more.
Libraries in the 21st century are vibrant, dynamic places that offer a wide variety of information, space and materials for everyone — especially older adults...read more.
The Age-Friendly Niagara Network held a community forum in Pelham recently...read more.
The Age-Friendly Niagara Network (AFNN), in partnership with the Pelham Seniors’ Advisory Committee hosted a Niagara-wide forum to explore the role that having access to a range of housing options plays in community inclusion and aging well...read more.
Construction of a $30-million “campus” for seniors will begin in about two years in Welland...read more.
For many, they start out a new year with resolutions often hard to keep, or a wish list...read more.
When Mark Rittinger began dating his wife, Ana, she was clear: at some point her parents would be living with them...read more.