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Alberta Council on Aging

Alberta Council on Aging's membership is comprised of groups, individuals and organizations in the province of Alberta. Alberta Council on Aging is Alberta's only provincial non-profit, charitable, non-government umbrella organization representing seniors.

Alberta Health Services

Their mission is to provide a patient-focused, quality health system that is accessible and sustainable for all Albertans.

Castor & District FCSS

Family and Community Support Services is a partnership between the Province of Alberta, and the municipalities of Castor and Halkirk, that develops locally driven preventive social initiatives to enhance the well-being of individuals, families, and communities.

Government of Alberta - Continuing Care Information

Alberta's continuing care system provides Albertans with the health, personal care and accommodation services they need to support their independence and quality of life. A number of options are available based on a person's needs, which a health care professional can assist in evaluating. The options are available in three streams: home living, supportive living and facility living. Each stream can provide clients with a broad range of health and personal care, accommodation and hospitality services.

Government of Alberta - Housing Information

The Government of Alberta Housing department contributes to the inclusion, well-being, and independence of lower-income Albertans through safe, sustainable and affordable housing, and assists urban communities with addressing their unique needs.

Government of Canada - CPP & OAS

Almost all of today's seniors receive income from Canada's public pensions: the Canada Pension Plan (CPP) and Old Age Security (OAS). Together, the CPP and OAS provide a modest base upon which Canadians can build their retirement income. Basic financial support is also available to survivors and to people who become too disabled to work and their children.

Government of Canada - Veterans Affairs

The Veterans Affairs Portfolio consists of the Department of Veterans Affairs, which reports to the Minister of Veterans Affairs; the Veterans Review and Appeal Board, which reports to Parliament through the Minister of Veterans Affairs; and the office of the Veterans Ombudsman, which also reports to Parliament through the Minister of Veterans Affairs.