The Centre for Studies in Aging and Health is pleased to share a copy of our January Research and Innovation in Aging Forum, Gazing Critically at Age-Friendly Communities on January 17th that was hosted at the Learning & Leadership Centre at Providence Care, 752 King St. W. Kingston, presented by Dr. Mark Rosenberg.  There is a pdf version available for review and a copy of the webinar recording available here.

Name of Committee: Port Colborne Seniors Advisory Committee/Health Services

Population: 18,306

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This project will support the City of Burlington in creating an AFC plan. The City has branded the project as the Burlington Active Aging Plan. The plan will focus on keep older adults and seniors active, healthy and engaged in their community throughout all stages of life.

AFC Communities in Central Ontario

Name of Committee: Burlington Age-Friendly Council

Population: 183,314

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AFC Communities in Northern Ontario

Population: 7,981

Contact:

Jenna McNaughton (lead)
(705) 567-9365 x343
Jenna.McNaughton@tkl.ca

Ashley Bilodeau
ashley.bilodeau@tkl.ca

Website: http://kirklandlake.ca/index.php?id=149

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AFC Communities in Western Ontario

Name of Committee: Hanover Age Friendly Advisory Committee

Population: 7,688

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AFC Communities in Western Ontario

Name of Committee: AgeFriendlyWindsor (AFW) Network Windsor

Population: 217,188

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AFC Communities in Eastern Ontario

Name of Committee: The Council on Aging of Ottawa, Age-Friendly Ottawa Network

Population: 934,243

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AFC Communities in Western Ontario

Name of Committee: Age-Friendly London Network

Population: 383,822

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AFC Communities in Northern Ontario

Name of Committee: Age Friendly Thunder Bay

Population: 107,909

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