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The issues of the elderly touch most Canadians. If you’re not already a senior yourself, you probably know someone who is, and that person is probably dealing with health care, home care or other issues related to aging. By 2031, more than one in four Canadians will be 65 or older. Population aging is already shaping societal change, and it’s essential that appropriate government policies be put in place in Canada so that our communities can successfully ride the wave of change. You can help ensure that Canada is ready for the changes ahead by spreading the word about the Demand a Plan campaign to your family and friends.

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Over 50,000 Canadians have already supported the call for a national #seniorsplan. Join the movement today and help affect #realchange for Canada’s seniors: http://www.demandaplan.ca/

Posted by Canadian Medical Association on Friday, November 17, 2017

By 2031, Statistics Canada projects that one in four Canadians will be a senior. With Canada’s population aging,...

Posted by Canadian Medical Association on Friday, November 17, 2017

Across the country, Canadians like you are calling on governments to deliver high-quality care for our seniors, when and...

Posted by Canadian Medical Association on Friday, November 17, 2017

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