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The redevelopment of the George Pearson Centre in Vancouver is causing some issues for seniors who rely on the adult daycare services there. 

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If you haven’t heard or don’t know what the new cap-and-trade charge on your natural gas bill is, you’re not alone. One 75-year-old Ontario senior is fighting back. 

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Invisibility isn’t a feeling that many people consider very often, but it’s something seniors face on a regular basis. A group of Vancouver seniors have created a production to raise awareness of the feeling of invisibility that many seniors face. 

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Shingles is a debilitating virus that has the potential to be deadly. To combat shingles, the Ontario government is now making the vaccine free for seniors between 65 and 70. 

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Senior care always seems to be a hot topic, and in BC it’s currently making headlines. A new provincial policy that privatized home and community care services have led to a drop in accessibility for those who rely on these services. Learn more: 

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Seniors often look for indoor venues in the winter for places to walk and stay in shape. BMO Centre in London is a popular destination, and is about to receiving a big upgrade. Learn more: 

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Many seniors live on very strict budgets. So, when a potential rent increase came up at the Terraces on 7th, a retirement home in Vancouver, due to a building contract issue many residents became worried. Learn more: 

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Seniors in Tillsonburg already knew they had a great community, but it was made public with a recent 8th place ranking on the list of “Best Places in Ontario for Retirees” by Business Advice Source. Read more: http://bit.ly/2n50w41

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According to a new updated guide that tracks senior care stats in B.C., care has actually declined in quality over the past few years. Learn more: http://bit.ly/2opvMYH 

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The Ontario Association for Long Term Care is calling for the modernization of every long-term care home in Ontario that has been classified as out-dated by the province, which will increase the quality of care to the 35,000 seniors who live in these homes. Learn more: http://bit.ly/2n2fx2R 
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