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cover voluntaryguideDuring winter 2019, FCAC engaged with seniors’ groups, financial institutions, and experts to identify banking challenges experienced by Canadian seniors. On July 25, 2019, the banking industry adopted a Code of Conduct for the Delivery of Banking Services to Seniors. The Financial Consumer Agency of Canada (FCAC) will monitor banks to ensure they comply with the Code. Should FCAC find that a bank has breached a voluntary code, it will take appropriate action as outlined in its Supervision Framework. (To read the full press release, click here.)

Source: Canadian Bankers' Association

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coverintnlconventionThis publication was produced to strengthen understanding and awareness of the need for a Convention on the Rights of Older Persons.
It aims to provide the arguments and tools for engaging stakeholders across the globe in debate about older people’s rights and the role of a convention. his publication was produced collaboratively by the following organisations:  INPEA, IFA, ILC-US, IAGG, IAHSA, HelpAge International, GAA, Age UK, AARP.

Source: International Network for the Prevention of Elder Abuse

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Inclusion Now 2013-2016

 "This strategic plan will build on and continue the groundwork that was laid by the three-year strategic plan, "Driving Change from a Solid Foundation"."

 For more information, please see: Shamira Madhany's "Toward Inclusion: The Ontario Public Service Inclusion Lens"  ePresentation



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Age Friendly Workplaces Promoting Older Worker Participation

"From the Federal/Provincial/Territorial Ministers Responsible for Seniors Forum. These documents have been jointly prepared by the Federal/Provincial/Territorial Ministers Responsible for Seniors Forum. The Forum is an intergovernmental body established to share information, discuss new and emerging issues related to seniors, and work collaboratively on key projects. Québec’s participation in the development of this document was aimed at sharing expertise, information and best practices. However, Québec does not subscribe to, or take part in, an integrated pan-Canadian approach in this field and intends to fully assume its responsibilities for seniors in Québec."

Age-Friendly Workplaces: Promoting Older Worker Participation

Age-Friendly Workplaces: A Self-Assessment Tool for Employers

Age-Friendly Workplaces - Charter



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A Framework for the Law as it Affects Older Adults

 Final Report – April 2012
"The Law Commission of Ontario (LCO) has created a Framework for the Law as it Affects Older Adults to help evaluate new or existing laws, policies and practices and understand their impact on older adults. The LCO’s Framework for the Law  as it Affects Older Adults can  be of assistance to anyone who develops, interprets, implements or assesses laws, policies  or practices that may affect older persons." 

For more information, see the Law Commission of Ontario


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