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New Alberta Law Set to Empower Seniors Living in Long-term Care Facilities
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New Alberta Law Set to Empower Seniors Living in Long-term Care Facilities
A new Alberta law titled The Resident and Family Councils Act, in effect as of Apr. 1, 2018, will give seniors living in long-term care and licensed supportive living facilities the right to establish self-governing resident and family councils.
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Quebec Improves Senior Abuse Complaints Process
Quebec is addressing the rise in senior abuse with new legislation that streamlines the process for complainants, with one consolidated committee handling complaints to ensure a quicker and more effective response.
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Apply to be part of CMA's Health Summit in Winnipeg on August 20-21.
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