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The Age-Friendly Niagara Council 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, with a vision of Niagara as a ‘community for all ages’. To learn more about the Age-Friendly Niagara Council visit About Us.

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Age-Friendly Niagara Candidate Brief – 2022 Municipal Election

This 2-page brief is designed to inform all candidates running in the 2022 municipal elections in all areas of Niagara about the importance of ensuring our community is responsive to the needs of everyone as we age.

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Addressing COVID-19 Impacts on Niagara’s Older Adults

This two-page AFNN Bulletin provides a call to action: to address challenges in our community by continually sharing and implementing leading practices and innovative ideas. It focuses on actions to reduce COVID-19 impacts on older adults, to support them in staying well, safe and connected.

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Niagara Aging Strategy and Action Plan Implementation Project (2017-2019) Summary

This two-page document summarizes both progress toward, and future opportunities for, implementing the Niagara Aging Strategy and Action Plan. The full evaluation report can be accessed here.

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The latest News for the age-friendly community.

  • July 12, 2022

    Welcome to the Age-Friendly Niagara Update! The intent is to keep you informed about the work of the Age-Friendly Niagara Council (AFNC) and the Niagara Older Adult Alliance (NOAA) in leading age-friendly community action across the region. 

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  • March 7, 2021

    Becoming tech savvy and learning how to access important online resources can all be found in one location for Niagara seniors.

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