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Government Commits More Than $13 Million to the Action Plan for an Aging Population


Nova Scotia’s first comprehensive action plan on aging identifies a dozen priority commitments with more than 50 specific actions.

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Social Innovation Lab on Aging Seeks Participants -

Government is seeking individuals with ideas and solutions from the private, public, not-for-profit and academic sectors to participate in a social innovation lab on aging. (full text)

Embrace the Boom at the Silver Economy Summit -

Governments, businesses, inventors, caregivers, students and individuals will gather next month in Halifax to discuss opportunities that come with an aging population. (full text)

Research Looks at Barriers to Employment by Older Adults -

Research is underway to better understand the barriers older adults experience when they are looking for work. (full text)

Demandes acceptées au Programme de subventions pour les collectivités amies des aînés -

Les demandes sont maintenant acceptées au Programme de subventions pour les collectivités amies des aînés. La subvention appuie les projets qui font la promotion d'un style de vie sain et actif et qui font des collectivités un meilleur endroit où vivre pour les Néo-Écossais qui vieillissent. (full text)

Age-Friendly Community Grant is Accepting Applications -

The Age-friendly Community Grant is open for applications. The grant supports projects that promote healthy, active living and make communities better places for Nova Scotians as they age. (full text)

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