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toseniorsstrategycover"Version 2.0 of the Toronto Seniors Strategy continues to uphold the principles that were articulated in Version 1.0: equity, respect, inclusion, and quality of life. It commits to all seniors having equitable access to City services and programs and it also continues to focus on actions that fall within the City’s jurisdictional authority to plan, manage and deliver.

As with recommendations in Version 1.0, of which 90 of the original 91 recommendations were acted upon, the City commits to providing annual public progress reports until all new Version 2.0 recommendations are addressed."

Source: City of Toronto

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ns actionplanforanagingpopulation"The Government of Nova Scotia is leading a shift in thinking and in practice that values, promotes, and supports how older adults in all their diversity make Nova Scotia a better place for all of us. It’s time to reframe the discussion about aging and build on the good news and benefits of our demographic shift. An aging population reflects advances in population health and improvements in the social and economic well-being of Nova Scotians. Older adults offer knowledge, skills, experiences, and connections that help people and communities thrive. People of all ages, including older adults, have much to contribute."


  • Value the social and economic contributions of older adults
  • Promote healthy, active living
  • Support aging in place, connected to community life

Source: Nova Scotia Department of Seniors

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cover agingwithconfidence nov2017''Seniors have different evolving needs at different times in their lives. Aging with Confidence builds on successful initiatives that were launched through Ontario’s 2013 Action Plan for Seniors. It introduces new programs and services representing our ongoing commitment to provide further support for Ontario seniors. This is our plan to support seniors at all stages of life, so that they can remain independent, healthy and active, safe and socially connected.''

  • Guiding Principles
  • Inclusion
  • Choice and self determination
  • Diversity 
  • Safety and Security

Source: Government of Ontari

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  • pam eng 2010 2015The first governmental action plan to counter elder abuse 2010-2015 (extended until 2017) followed a public consultation process about the living conditions of older adults. The implementation of the measures from this first plan have allowed Quebec to reach the following goals:

  • Improve awareness of elder abuse among older adults, their loved ones, stakeholders and the public at large
  • Improve inter sectorial concerted responses
  • Develop knowledge acquisition and knowledge-sharing about elder abuse

    Source: Ministère de la famille

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