How to be a Good Ally

I am proud of our CARP national recognition of Pride Month. See here: https://www.carp.ca/2020/07/02/pride-for-all-how-to-be-an-effective-ally/ Pride for all: How to be an effective ‘ally’ While Pride Month may have come to […]

Diabetes Drugs for Seniors

We are very pleased to let you know that the recommendations from CARP NS re Diabetes Drugs for seniors have been accepted and initiated by the NS Dept of Health. […]

Renovating for Seniors?

Things to Consider When Renovating for Seniors What To Do When You Redo Your Bathroom Remodeling a bathroom for someone who is aging in place is very different than one […]

73-year-old woman abandoned by husband

Letter to the Editor written by Sandra Bauld, HRM – a valued member of the CARP NS Health Advocacy Committee. GREAT DISCONNECT — “It happens more often than you think,” […]

Federal Budget a Win for Canada’s Seniors

March 19, 2019 – Ottawa — CARP, Canada’s largest advocacy organization for older adults, is applauding the federal government for investing in the financial security of our seniors in today’s […]

CARP Asks Feds to Protect Defined Benefit Pensions

April 2019: New mini tool-kit available for consumers to use when advocating for pension protection and improved financial measures for older Canadians. While CARP was supportive of the inclusions of […]

Time to Implement Universal Pharmacare

Time to Implement Universal Pharmacare Wanda Morris Postmedia 02/27/2918 Long before kids did battle on video screens, my generation was facing down opponents through board games. One of the most […]