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A New Vision of Aging for Canada

Welcome to CARP Nova Scotia.

CARP is a national, non-partisan, non-profit organization committed to a "New Vision of Aging for Canada" promoting social change that will bring financial security, equitable access to health care and freedom from discrimination. Our mandate is to promote and protect the interest, rights and quality of life for Canadians as we age.

CARP Nova Scotia chapter was founded in 2008 to promote CARP within Nova Scotia, and to reach out to its members through education, discussion and events.

Merry Christmas and Happy Holidays from CARP Nova Scotia

This is a time of year when we reflect on the past and look forward to the year ahead.    Many of us have much to rejoice as we think back on the great times with family and friends.  2018 was a rewarding year for CARP in Nova Scotia.  We continued our advocacy work for Healthcare, Financial Security, Physical Activity, Aging-at-Home and Age Friendly Communities and the Environment.   We accomplished a great deal in 2018 yet there is much to do in the year ahead.  We will continue to offer a strong voice for older Nova Scotians in 2019.   


CARP Walking Group Events –

 Join Us to Stand Up Straight and Move our Buns

CARP, Canada’s largest association representing older Canadians has added regular physical activity as a priority for its members and for all Canadians as we age. The Stand Up Straightcampaign highlights the importance of regular, moderate physical activity for seniors as the most effective means to improving the health and well-being of seniors in Canada.

 The Nova Scotia CARP Chapter will be hosting a monthly Walking Day each month. No charge.  For regular walkers and Nordic Walkers. Led by Bill VanGorder and Ian MacDonald. No need to register  Just joins us at:

Watch our Facebook page, Website and Newsletters for information on our CARP group walks in the New Year.

    According to CARP President, Moses Znaimer: “It’s time for Zoomers to Stand Up Straight and Move our Buns to Preserve our Bodies and our Minds.”


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CARP NS is occasionally asked by media outlets (such as CBC Radio, Global News or the Chronicle Herald) to provide them with the name of a senior who would be willing to talk about a variety of seniors issues. CARP and CARP NS never gives out names of its members to anyone. But if you would be willing to be approached by a media outlet for your opinion, please provide your name and email address here (CARP members only please).



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