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Brain research at Toronto health centre gets $100M funding boost in federal budget - Ottawa is helping fund a $100 million initiative with Toronto’s Baycrest Health Sciences to develop a national hub for brain research. Read more: National Post - Category: Health
From Hot Flashes to Hot Momma: 5 Ways to Stay Strong and Sexy as You Age - Have you had one of those days that you look in the mirror and all of a sudden you see someone you don’t recognize – an old person with a saggy bottom and arms that flap in the breeze, with a plethora of newly sprouted grey hairs on the head and wait a minute, is that another wrinkle on your face? Feeling dejected, you step in the shower only to trip and fall. You struggle to get back up, and practically fall again as a hot flash sears through you. Read more: Maria Shriver - Category: Health
4 Money Moves For A Happier Retirement - How do pre-retirees and retirees feel about retirement these days? Glad you asked. Read more: Huffington Post - Category: Finance
Now that I’m senior, what will I be? - It’s not like me to put off getting free money: After a small lottery win, once, I popped in to collect the cheque the very next day. But in this case, my sister, a retired director of education, had been bugging me for months. Read more: The Globe and Mail - Category: Retirement Concerns
HCCC Response to Budget 2015 - The Health Charities Coalition of Canada (HCCC) applauds the Federal Government commitment to supporting caregivers by expanding the Compassionate Care Benefit Program under Employment Insurance. "Family caregivers play a vital role in our current healthcare system. Increases in the prevalence of chronic disease combined with an aging society and the shift towards community based health care all contribute to increased demands on families to provide care for their loved ones. The expansion of the Compassionate Care Program sends an important message that family caregivers are valued," says Pamela Fralick, Chair of the Health Charities Coalition of Canada. Read more: Market Wired - Category: Residences
Give back that cheap bus pass gramps! Senior citizenship should now start at 74, new research says - Collecting the state pension and bus pass at 65 has traditionally been seen as a watershed moment where middle age ends and the twilight years begin. Read more: National Post - Category: Residences
Rate My Hospital Brain aging: 5 ways to stay sharp urged by U.S institute - Those lost car keys that were an annoyance in your 30s can spark major anxiety in your 60s. Turns out it's pretty normal: The brain ages just like the rest of your body, says a new report that urges Americans to take steps to keep sharp in their senior years. Read more: CBC Canada - Category: Wellness
IFIC Commends Federal Finance Minister on Balancing the Budget and Support for Retirees - The Investment Funds Institute of Canada (IFIC) today congratulated the federal minister of finance on achieving a small budget surplus while delivering important measures to assist Canada's growing population of retirees. Read more: Newswire - Category: Finance
Canada’s Startups Fall as Boomer Generation Retires - As the average age of the Canadian population increases, the number of new businesses is decreasing, according to a report published on Wednesday, April 15, by Canada’s Fraser Institute. Read more: Panam Post - Category: Finance
Brain research gets $100M shot in the arm - The federal government is helping fund a $100-million initiative with Toronto’s Baycrest Health Sciences to develop a national hub for brain research. Read more: Toronto Sun - Category: Health

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Building on our already popular Ontario annual publication the "Comprehensive Guide to Retirement Living®", our online directory includes a National database of resource information for Canadian seniors including  retirement homes, nursing homes, seniors' apartment buildings and many in-home goods and services directed at seniors looking to downsize or stay in their own homes.

Try out "The Retirement Home Finder" to locate a home that can meet your specific needs or our Province-specific Resources for Seniors section to find out about a range of services available to seniors in your community. Our ever increasing Article Library offers a wealth of information on many topics related to resources, housing, financial information and a host of other topics.

Our new apps make finding a residence while you are 'on-the-go' as simple as a few clicks. With an easy link into Google Maps, get contact information and instant directions to assist you in navigating to a home of your choice. 

With our significant and growing database of resources for seniors in addition to our database of over 2400 retirement residences, more than 1500 nursing homes and a growing number of senior apartment buildings in Canada, is the most comprehensive source of information about services and housing for seniors in Canada.



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