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.”
MPP Sam Oosterhoff announced Ontario is investing $14.1 million to support more than 300 Seniors Active Living Centre programs in communities across the province including in Niagara.
The settlement and integration journey of an immigrant arriving to Niagara as a senior can be easy to overlook. When people look at seniors in general, it can be difficult to comprehend the amount of change and loss experienced due to emerging health conditions or...
The paper mill may be gone, but the legacy of the former Ontario Paper mill in Thorold is helping people with mobility limitations enjoy all that Heartland Forest in Niagara Falls has to offer.
The Lunch Out program, operated by Meals on Wheels for St. Catharines and Thorold, gets seniors out for a meal together twice a month.
Family caregivers in Ontario now have a help line if they’re needing respite, a support group or information on issues including tax credits.
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Oct 7, 2019 7:00 PM By: Cathy Pelletier All Niagara adults who [...]