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See GRC researchers as their contributions to the lives of older adults are featured in the news.

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Canadians aged 55 to 64 experienced more negative effects from the pandemic than those over 65: Survey - The Vancouver Sun

BC Sees a Spike in COVID-19 Cases, but No New Rules Yet - The Tyee

What Will Mable Elmore Mean for BC Seniors Care? - The Tyee

Loneliness and loss: Burnaby seniors not alone in COVID's isolation crisis - Burnaby Now

Elder Abuse Awareness Day - CKNW

SFU’s GRC shares research on seniors’ risk, response and resilience to COVID-19 - SFU News

Senior abuse and the pandemic - The Squamish Chief

National health and aging study to include COVID-19 insights - SFU News

Ageism in the COVID-19 crisis - The Vancouver Sun

We must care more for family caregivers in the time of COVID-19 - The Globe and Mail

COVID-19: So can I date? What’s the best way to socially distance ourselves? - The Province

Physical distancing does not mean isolation: keeping elders safe while combating loneliness during COVID-19 - SFU News

How to Nurture Your Resilience - Good Times

Study targets resiliency among aging Canadians with multiple illnesses - SFU News

B.C. company helps seniors find young people to share a home, expenses - CBC

The aging face of homelessness in North American cities - The National Post

Loneliness: the silent killer - University Affairs

UK Doctors To Prescribe Social Activities To Patients To Patients To Combat Loneliness - Huffington Post

U.K.'s 'loneliness minister' puts spotlight on issue Canada needs to tackle - CTV News

U.K. loneliness minister appointment highlights need for Canadian action: experts - The Globe and Mail

Order of Canada honours SFU Chancellor, gerontology pioneer - SFU News

Generation Z Youth Are Lonelier Than Seniors, Says Survey - Huffington Post