Healthy Aging CORE Canada, the national knowledge hub for the Community Based Seniors Services (CBSS) sector is expected to launch in late March/early April.

CORE Canada is looking to connect with CBSS programs across Canada with focus areas such as Nutritional Supports; Physical Activity; Health & Wellness; Social Connectedness; Housing; Transportation; Multicultural Supports; Advocacy, Referral & System Navigation; Education, Recreation & Creative Arts; and/or Intergenerational work. If this sounds like your organization, here is how you can participate:

  1. Provide photo(s), quote(s), or a short video/ recorded audio (1 minute long) to be included in the CORE Canada launch event to talk about  the impact of your program in keeping older adults engaged, socially connected, and physically active in their communities.  

  2. Provide a brief write-up describing your program, its purpose and impact, and how it has adapted to COVID, to be profiled on CORE Canada’s Featured Community Programs.

Submissions and questions can be sent to Mike MacNeil: 


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