1. Resources & Publications

    Achieving “A Community for all Ages” Across Niagara: Two-Page Candidate Brief from the Age-Friendly Niagara Network

    All of us have a stake in ensuring our community is responsive to the needs of everyone as we age. The volunteer-led Age-Friendly Niagara Network has prepared this brief to help engage municipal candidates in issues affecting everyone in our community. The Brief outlines the contributions older adults make to our community,...
  2. Community Blog

    Building a Stronger Socio-Economic Future for Niagara

    Communities are strengthened when decision-making and planning processes are informed by local, reliable and relevant data.  Niagara Connects is taking a new approach to amplify the impact of data found at livinginniagarareport.com and niagaraknowledgeexchange.com. This month we began providing increased opportunities for people to access these rich sources of Niagara-focused...
  3. Resources & Publications

    Revera Report on Ageism: Innovation and The Aging Experience

    Revera held a series of roundtables with seniors living in its Retirement Residences and Long Term Care Homes across Canada. The company also conducted a national survey of 1,099 Canadians over the age of 65 relating to innovation and the aging experience. Governments can create the conditions for innovation to...
  4. Partners & Projects

    Datathon Analytics

    Datathon Analytics is a student-led start-up that organizes technology focused conferences and events. Our goal is to provide people with opportunities to learn about emerging technologies and business processes. Datathon events give students and professionals an opportunity to learn and work with analytical tools in a sandbox environment and form...
  5. Resources & Publications

    Advancing Inclusion and Quality of Life for Seniors

    The Standing Committee on Human Resources, Skills and Social Development and the Status of Persons with Disabilities (HUMA or the Committee) agreed on 4 May 2017 to undertake a study of how the federal government can support vulnerable seniors today while preparing for the diverse and growing seniors’ population of...
  6. Resources & Publications

    CMA submission to the House of Commons Standing Committee on Human Resources, Skills and Social Development and the Status of Persons with Disabilities

    The Canadian Medical Association (CMA) submitted this brief as part of its study regarding how the Government can support vulnerable seniors today while preparing for the diverse and growing seniors population of tomorrow. This brief directly addresses the three themes considered by this Committee: How the Government can improve access...
  7. Resources & Publications

    Filling the Void: Economic Development in Post-Industrial Niagara (Policy Brief #34)

    The general trend of economic downturn and major social challenges for many once prosperous cities and regions over the past few decades is now common knowledge. It is also generally acknowledged that smaller and mid-sized regions like Niagara, with a historical reliance on mass manufacturing industries, have borne the brunt...
  8. Resources & Publications

    Serving Up Local: Manual for Increasing Local Foods in Long-Term Care

    This manual is a collection of good practices resulting from the experience of nine long-term care (LTC) homes in three regions of the Golden Horseshoe area of Ontario. It is designed to provide resources and steps that can be put into practice to initiate and grow institutional local food procurement...

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