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torontoseniorsstrategy2.0 cover'' The first Toronto Seniors Strategy 2013-2018, transformed Toronto into an age-friendly city, receiving official designation and recognition as a member of the Global Age-Friendly Cities and Communities Network from the World Health Organization.

Building upon the success of the first Seniors Strategy (which implemented 90 of its 91 recommendations), the City worked with the Accountability Table and 10,000 seniors and care partners to co-create the Toronto Seniors Strategy 2.0 aligning with the Council term 2018-2022.

This report represents the final culmination and completion of Toronto Seniors Strategy 2.0. The Toronto Seniors Strategy Accountability Table is a network of City partners committed to making Toronto a more age-friendly, age-inclusive and ultimately ageequitable place for a diverse population of seniors to call home. Version 2.0 of the Toronto Seniors Strategy has 27 high-impact recommendations across five action areas: health, housing, transportation, employment/income and access to services.''

Source: City of Toronto

 

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