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


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

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Ecology Action Centre Receives Age-Friendly Community Grant for Cape Breton Food Box Program - 2017/03/14
Seniors in the Cape Breton Regional Municipality (CBRM) will get deliveries of healthy, locally sourced food thanks to a community grant from the province. (full text)
Chebucto Connections Receives Age-Friendly Community Grant - 2017/03/14
The province awarded more than $285,000 in Age-Friendly Community Grants to 32 groups across Nova Scotia that create opportunities to support, engage and include older adults in the community. (full text)
Association for Safer Cape Breton Communities Receives Senior Safety Grant - 2017/02/03
Funding was announced today, Feb. 3, to support safety and security for seniors and create opportunities so they can become more engaged in their communities. (full text)
Grant Supports Seniors in Lunenburg County - 2017/01/30
Funding was announced today, Jan. 30, to support safety and security of seniors and help them remain independent in their community. (full text)
Grant Supports Seniors in Cumberland County - 2017/01/27
Funding was announced today, Jan.27, to support safety and security for seniors and create opportunities so they can become more active in their communities. (full text)

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