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A: CANADIAN RESEARCH CENTRES ON AGING
B: Aging Organizations, Associations, and Networks – Canada
C: Aging Organizations, Associations, and Networks – US
D: Aging Organizations, Associations, and Networks – International and UN
E: Aging Organizations, Associations, and Networks – British Columbia
F: BC GOVERNMENT
G: CANADIAN GOVERNMENT
H: CANADIAN DEMOGRAPHIC AND STATISTICAL DATA
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AGE-WELL NCE (Aging Gracefully across Environments using Technology to Support Wellness, Engagement and Long Life NCE Inc.)
Canadian Association on Gerontology: Student Connection (SC-CE)
Canadian Centre for Elder Law (CCEL) - Be a Savvy Senior
Elder Abuse Ontario (formerly the Ontario Network for Prevention of Elder Abuse)
National Seniors Council (Canada)
SEDAP: SEDAP is a multi-disciplinary research program funded primarily by SSHRC and centered at McMaster University.
TAFETA Smart Systems for Health: a program of research co-led by the Elisabeth Bruyère Research Institute and Carleton University which develops smart technologies to help older adults age at home.
ERA-AGE 2 (European Research Area in Ageing)
UN Global Health Observatory WHO's gateway to health-related statistics for more than 1000 indicators for its 194 Member States
UN Women, the United Nations Entity for Gender Equality and the Empowerment of Women
BC Centre for Elder Advocacy and Support BCCEAS educate and raise awareness about elder abuse issues, operate a legal aid clinic for older adults, offer a broad range of services and conduct research.
BC Centre for Elder Advocacy and Support (BC CEAS) offers workshops to older adult community groups
HUB: The Hub is a network. It brings together individuals and groups with the common goal to engage and serve seniors.
Java Music Club The first standardized mutual support program designed to address the critical rates of loneliness and depression across the long-term care spectrum.
QMUNITY Generations: Older Adults Serving older and ageing LGBT 40+
Seniors Services Society [BC] Older Adults and seniors 55 or over, family or friends or services providers in need of information about programs and services for seniors are welcome to contact our office Find Housing
West Coast LEAF Older Women’s Rights Wallet Cards
Vancouver Cross-Cultural Senior's Network - Cultural Competence, Health Promotion and Home Care/Home Support BROCHURE
BC GOVERNMENT Assisted Living Registrar: Glossary of Terms
BC GOVERNMENT - Divisions of Family Practice - North Shore Division - For more information on the HealthConnection Clinic
BC GOVERNMENT - Office of the Seniors Advocate - Reports and Publications
BC GOVERNMENT - Office of the Seniors Advocate - Residential care facilities : quick facts directory 2016
BC GOVERNMENT - HealthyFamilies BC HealthyFamilies BC helps British Columbians to better manage their own health and reduce chronic disease by focusing on four key areas: healthy eating, healthy lifestyles, resources for parents, and fostering healthy communities.
BC GOVERNMENT SeniorsBC website that provides information about government programs and services for older adults. Included on the website are sections on health care, finances, benefits, housing, transportation and more.
BC GOVERNMENT BC Seniors' Guide
Statistics Canada: 2006 Census—Portrait of the Canadian Population
Statistics Canada: 2011 Census
Statistics Canada: Proportion of foreign-born population [1994–2001 censuses]
Statistics Canada: Report on the demographic situation in Canada (an annual report, The Daily)
SFU Library: database - QMUNITY's Stories of Older Queers
The interviews in this collection were donated by QMUNITY, British Columbia's largest LGBTQ community centre, located in Vancouver. They were conducted as part of a project called Stories of Older Queers: Videography and Archives of Queer Elder Experiences.
SFU Teaching and Learning Centre (TLC): Learning Technology [offer support to instructors unfamiliar with Canvas]