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Websites for seniors

411 Seniors' Centre Society
The Society offers information and referral services, outreach services, and programs and activities. It also operates a drop-in centre for members, seniors, and anyone in the community.

BC Government's Seniors Page
"This is a place for all older adults in the province to find resources for planning and living a healthy and active life as they age. Seniors' families and caregivers will find great information here, too." - website.

Canadian Bar Association
Information on elder abuse, financial help for seniors, handling financial and medical affairs, and more.

CNV Seniors Housing Page
Info on housing and community agencies from the City of North Vancouver.

Health Canada - Seniors Page
Health services and info for seniors.

A Place for Mom
"We help families in North Vancouver BC and throughout Canada find retirement homes that match their unique needs and preferences." - website.

Federal/Provincial/Territorial Ministers Responsible for Seniors Forum
From Employment and Social Development Canada, a page of resources for seniors including info on caregiving and financial matters.

Seniors One-Stop
"The Seniors’ One Stop Information Program is a community based non-profit service which supports the independence, dignity and health of the North Shore’s senior population by providing seniors, their families, friends and service providers access to a wide range of public and private resources." - website.

Veterans Affairs Canada
Programs and activities for veterans

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