National Resources

There are some national organizations as well as the Canadian Government which offer services to seniors. This page lists those resources.

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Canadian Virtual Hospice
Information and support on palliative and end-of-life care, loss and grief. Canadian Virtual Hospice

Public Health Agency of Canada
Protects the health and safety of Canadians through the prevention of chronic disease and injuries, public health emergencies, and infectious disease outbreaks. Public Health Agency of Canada

National Initiative for the Care of the Elderly
We are NICE, the National Initiative for the Care of the Elderly. Here you will find information about the Network, its goals and objectives, members and partner organizations.National Initiative for the Care of the Elderly

Canada Benefits
Assists individuals connect to important benefit programs—such as pensions, scholarships, and subsidies. Canada Benefits

Imagine Canada
A national program to promote public and corporate giving, volunteering and support to the community. Imagine Canada

Volunteer Canada
Represents and advocates volunteerism in Canada. Includes resources, information, and a directory of volunteer organizations. Volunteer Canada

Division of Aging and Seniors
This is the Site Map (index) of this division. The links to Publications and Links are rich with content. Division of Aging and Seniors

Seniors Canada Online
is the Federal Government’s response to seniors’ request for easy electronic access to seniors-related services. Seniors Canada Online

Services for Seniors
Services for Seniors: Guide to Government of Canada Services for Seniors and their Families. All Canadians deserve the highest quality of life possible, and seniors are no exception. This guide is to help seniors plan for retirement, stay healthy, live in safety and security, and be as active as possible. Services for Seniors