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Amplifying Inclusive Voices for All Seniors in Canada

We bridge the gap between the needs of equity seeking seniors groups and today’s senior sector. No organization is too small to improve inclusivity, we work with small, medium and large businesses and organizations in both the private and public sectors.

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We transform aging communities into inclusive communities of care.

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Our Team

Executive Director

Cass Elliott he / him / his

Executive Director

Cass is a change leader committed to developing people and organizations to do what they do better. By helping teams find their place of engagement and leveraging opportunities for growth, he positions organizations where they need to be to stay adaptive and thrive.

Director, Development & Education

Martin Krajcik he / him / his

Director, Development & Education

Martin is a Human Rights activist and educator. He studies, breaks-down, and teaches the ways governments, institutions, and individuals can take action to improve the well-being of diverse communities across the globe

Events & Development Advisor

Peter Chiu He / Him / His

Events & Development Advisor

Peter’s passion for global citizenship can be witnessed by his commitment to connecting people through memorable events and creating shared experiences that better the community and society through philanthropic giving.

Advisory Members

Check back later to see more bios and photos of our Senior Sector Advisors and Community Champions.

Latest News

In preparation for the reveal of Canada’s new federal budget on Monday, April 19th, we’ve created a “digital scoreboard” to collect and track investments in support of our members and all older Canadians. You’ll be able to easily see what we recommended in our pre-budget submission, whether or not each item was included in the budget, and understand the implications for you and your family.

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April 15, 2021

DOUALA (Reuters) - Cameroon security forces have arrested, threatened or assaulted at least 24 people since February in a ramped-up crackdown on lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender (LGBT+) people, Human Rights Watch (HRW) said on Wednesday. The rights group said recent documented accounts of abuse, including that of a 17-year old boy, point to an overall rise of police action against LGBT+ pe

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April 14, 2021

CanAge is advocating tirelessly for the creation of Long-Term Care National Quality Standards as a long overdue measure to safeguard some of our most vulnerable seniors across the country. As such, we wholeheartedly support and endorse the joint work of “the Standards Council of Canada (SCC), Health Standards Organization (HSO), and Canadian Standards Association (CSA Group) in developing two new

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April 8, 2021

(Reuters) - Arkansas on Tuesday became the first U.S. state to ban certain types of treatment to transgender youth, overriding a veto by Governor Asa Hutchinson and inviting lawsuits from civil rights groups that have vowed to stop it. The law threatens any healthcare professional who provides puberty blockers, cross-sex hormones or gender-affirming surgery to minors with losing their medical lic

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April 6, 2021

CIHI (Canadian Institute for Health Information) and the National Institute on Ageing (NIA) have released an urgent new report detailing the fatal impact of the first and second waves of COVID-19 on seniors in Canadian long-term care homes. The report, entitled ‘The Impact of COVID-19 on Long-Term Care in Canada: Focus on the First 6 Months’ presents new data measuring Canada’s response in protect

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March 31, 2021

Toronto ON, March 26 — CanAge, Canada’s National Seniors Advocacy Organization, is applauding the significant investments committed to long-term care in Nova Scotia’s newly announced 2021 budget while cautioning that critical funding gaps persist that threaten the lives and well-being of older people in the province. “There are some real wins here for vulnerable older Nova Scotians,” notes Laura

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March 26, 2021
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