According to the 2016 Census, for the first time in recorded Canadian history, one-person households ranked the most common household type, surpassing households of couples with children.
Last week the Thorold Seniors’ Centre was busy with informational seminars. Members of the RBC branch on Glendale Ave. stopped by to explain some important issues including estate planning, investing, and Cyber Fraud.
The assumption used to be one home, one family. But as the population ages and home prices skyrocket, more Ontarians are considering the benefits of co-living.
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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.
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.
From identity theft to email phishing, romance, telephone and bank loan scams, there are a lot of ways to become a victim of fraud. “It seems as though a new scam is popping up all the time,”.
Consultation: Designing Community Hub Aspects of Niagara Region Long-Term Care Redevelopment in St. Catharines and Fort Erie. There are two more upcoming opportunities to provide feedback about community hub aspects of long-term care redevelopment in Niagara.
The Town of Pelham is set to partner with Brock University to offer fitness programs for seniors age 55 and older. The Meridian Community Centre will act as a satellite site for the university. The program will be a six-month pilot project beginning in January, offering cardio, strength training and conditioning, as well as functional movements for everyday wellness.
The City of Toronto is working to combat ageism in the workplace with a new campaign, complete with fake “aging cream” posters. The campaign launched on Nov. 4 with posters placed throughout the city advertising a cream that would make people “look older.”