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Senior Nutrition - Important Considerations for Seniors

To view the previous video in this series click: In this video Mary Alexander from Home
Instead Senior Care and Amy Cohn, a registered dietician with General Mills Bell
Institute Of Healthy and Nutrition talk about important nutritional
considerations for seniors.
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Mayor Brian Bowman Seniors commitment October 1 2018

Mayor Brian Bowman Seniors commitment October 1 2018

On National Seniors Day today, Mayor Brian Bowman committed to continue with key civic investments that support seniors living across Winnipeg.

“Today’s identified by the federal government as a day to celebrate older adults across Canada and acknowledge the tremendous contributions they’ve made to our communities and society,” said Mayor Brian Bowman. “I encourage everyone to show your respect and gratitude today, and every day, to older adults whether they’re a family member, friend, or neighbour.”

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BCCPA CEO Daniel Fontaine thanks B.C. Minister of Health, B.C. and Federal Government for 0 million in new investments toward seniors care in British Columbia, and for the “Plecas Plan” directed at improvements in care. More info:


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Healthy advocacy: Seniors mobilize to meet the challenges of good nutrition

With the help of a Stanford study on healthy aging, low-income residents of a Northern Californian senior housing facility have become fresh food crusaders, revitalizing their community garden and working with city planners to make it easier to walk to the local farmers’ market.

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