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[Resource] Internet Safety and Security: Searching Safely Online

ABC Life Literacy Canada

This resource discusses how to search on the internet safely. First by giving an overview of how to search online and then identifying if a source is real or fake. It's a good document to help bring awareness to the fact that there are fake resources and stories online and how to be aware of this.

[Recorded Webinar] Mapping the contours of ageism in the Canadian public discourse and countering its impact on older adults


Click HERE to learn more about this recorded webinarAgeism is a unique form of discrimination in that it can be relevant to all of us as we keep moving fromone age group to another. It is also complex as it can be expressed in hostile but also subtle ways.EAPO in partnership with CNPEA co-hosted thi

[Resource] Old School: Anti-Ageism Clearinghouse

Old School

Click HERE to access the Old School Anti-Ageism WebsiteOld School curates, creates, commissions and disseminates free resources to educate people about ageism and how to end it; hosts and facilitates spaces where age advocates around the world can connect; collaborates with other pro-aging organizat

[Resource] Quick Guide to Avoid Ageism in Communication


Click HERE to view the guideOverviewLanguage and images convey meaning, which feed assumptions and judgements that can lead to ageism. The way we frame communications also affects how people think, feel and act towards different age groups. This short guide, produced as a part of the Global Campaign

[Research] An examination of the social and economic impacts of ageism

Dr. Martine Lagacé et. al,

Click HERE to view the full research articleAn examination of the social and economic impacts of ageismAcknowledgementsPrepared by Dr. Martine Lagacé, Dr. Marcel Mérette, Dr. Julien Navaux and Philippe Rodrigues-Rouleau of the University of Ottawa, for the Federal, Provincial and Territorial (FPT)

[Case Study] On Ageism During the COVID-19 Pandemic

(Dr. Martine Lagacé, et. al)

Click HERE to read the full case studyAcknowledgementsPrepared by Dr. Martine Lagacé, Dr. Tracey O’Sullivan, Pascale Dangoisse, Amélie Doucet, Amanda Mac, and Samantha Oostlander of the University of Ottawa, for the Federal, Provincial and Territorial (FPT) Forum of Ministers Responsible for Sen

[Report] Billions More Reasons to Care: Contracted Long-Term Care-Funding Review Update

Office of the Seniors Advocate BC

Click HERE to view the reportIn this report, Seniors Advocate Isobel Mackenzie provides a second review into government’s funding of publicly subsidized for-profit and not-for-profit operated long-term care homes and has again found spending differences impacting care for residents, many cost incr

[Podcast] Fridays with Seniors: On Ageism


Fridays with Seniors with Peter Legge talks to guests address the prevalence of ageism in our society and explore ways to combat this type of discrimination with guests Lara Tamblyn Watts, CEO of CanAge, Leanore Sali, Information and Specialist, of Seniors Services Society of BC and Anur Mehdic, C

[Resource] 4 Seasons of Reconciliation's Reconciliation Education

Reconciliation Education

Click HERE to learn more4 Seasons of Reconciliation's Reconciliation Education proudly teams up with community organizations such as library systems, nonprofit organizations, government organizations, and more to bring accessible accountability to the people.With our 3-hour, multimedia course, membe


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