Activist Toolkit
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Columnists
Retiree Matters, Pat Kerwin | The popular image for the changeover in the calendar combines an old man with an hourglass giving way to a bouncing baby. As the calendar changes in 2016, how will the lot of seniors change?
Podcast
Scott Neigh | Carol Wodak and Noel Somerville talk about a grassroots group of older adults in Edmonton who work for social justice.
Blog
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Adrienne Silnicki | The Council of Canadians and our allies are calling on the government to create a continuing care plan that would integrate home, facility-based, long-term, respite and palliative care.
Blog
Elizabeth May | The CPP is sustainable and reliable, but it is time to review whether RRSP is working as a vehicle, argues Elizabeth May.
Blog
Adrienne Silnicki | The Saint John Common Causes committee invited me to Saint John this week to offer a public talk on the current state of medicare and the 2014 Health Accord.
Blog
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Shannon Daub, Janine Farrell | What are the burning issues in health care, and how do the party platforms stack up? Here's our take, with a particular focus on seniors.
Blog
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Janine Farrell | The centrepiece of the B.C. government's response to the crisis in B.C.'s care system was the announcement that it would create an Office of the Seniors Advocate.
Blog
Minister of State for Seniors Ralph Sultan. Photo: BC Gov Photos/Flickr
Janine Farrell | The provincial government has done little to take up valuable recommendations on seniors issues raised by the Ombudsperson, and neither the throne speech or budget contained plans to do so in future.