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[Research Project] Older Adults on the Move: Global Age-Friendly Transportation Innovations

Tammy Bui

Older Adults on the Move: Global Age-Friendly Transportation Innovations By Tammy Bui Social Connectedness Fellow 2021 Samuel Centre for Social Connectedness www.socialconnectedness.org August 2021 

[Report] Here Today, Gone Tomorrow: Public Transportation and Vulnerabilities in Rural and Remote Canada

Multiple Authors

Background This knowledge synthesis (KS) project explored how remote and rural (RR) places face a complex array of social, political and economic obstacles in their access to sustainable, accessible, and appropriate transportation, and in exercising mobility rights. Growing vulnerability and inequal

[Report] Promising Models of Community-Based Seniors’ Transportation in British Columbia

Kate Hosford, Beverley Pitman, Meghan Winters

Community Based Transportation in BCPrepared by: Kate Hosford, PhD Candidate, Faculty of Health Sciences, Simon Fraser University Dr. Beverley Pitman, Senior Regional Community Developer, United Way British Columbia Dr. Meghan Winters, Faculty of Health Sciences, Simon Fraser University Acknowledgem

[Report] National Risk Profile - Emergency Preparedness

Government of Canada

Click HERE to view the reportThe National Risk Profile (NRP) is a federal government initiative. The NRP was developed with provincial, territorial, and expert stakeholder input. It reflects information and findings compiled by the Government of Canada. The final report was drafted by the Governmen

[Webinar Recording] Unpaid family/friend caregiving: Strategies for Mobilizing an Equitable Health Promotion Approach

United Way BC

LINKS SHARED DURING THE WEBINARThe Care EconomyCanadian Centre for Caregiving ExcellenceLosing Ground During COVID-19: Dementia Caregivers Shifting Perceptions of PlaceEquity in Changes to Dementia Care in the Community during the First Wave of the COVID-19 Pandemic in High Income Countries: A Scopi

[Guide] Developing a Municipal Heat Response Plan: A Guide for Medium Sized Municipalities

BC Centre For Disease Control

Developing a Municipal Heat Response Plan: A Guide for Medium-sized Municipalities

[Website] BC Heat Impacts Prediction System (BCHIPS)


BC Heat Impacts Prediction System (BCHIPS) - Interactive map to support health protection during hot weather.

[App] Alertable - Emergency Alerts


Use Alertable to stay aware and plan ahead. Check in advance for events, closures, restrictions, hazards and more. Know before you go. Keep yourself and others informed and up to date with Alertable.Download the FREE Alertable app for iOS and Android smartphones and tablets. Install the FREE

[Guide] Emergency Preparedness for People with Disabilities


Click HERE to view the guide.The guide is part of the PreparedBC program by the British Columbia government, which aims to increase the resiliency of individuals, families, and communities in the face of emergencies and disasters. This particular guide focuses on providing information and strategies


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