• Sep 15, 2016

    City seeks input to develop Age-Friendly Community Plan

    What are the key issues and priorities for older adults and seniors in Campbell River?

    The City of Campbell River is developing an Age-Friendly Community Plan and is looking for input from seniors/elders, caregivers, service providers, and other community members to identify how we can make Campbell River an even better place to live and age.

    An age-friendly survey will be available from September 16 through October 16 at www.campbellriver.ca/age-friendly. Paper copies will also be available at various locations including City Hall, the Seniors Centre, Community Centre, and Sportsplex. Participants will be entered in a prize draw to win gift cards sponsored by Canadian Tire, CBI Rehabilitation in Motion, Island Fever Travel Inc., London Drugs, Quality Foods, and Thrifty Foods.  

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City seeks input to develop Age-Friendly Community Plan

by Julie Douglas | Sep 15, 2016

What are the key issues and priorities for older adults and seniors in Campbell River?

The City of Campbell River is developing an Age-Friendly Community Plan and is looking for input from seniors/elders, caregivers, service providers, and other community members to identify how we can make Campbell River an even better place to live and age.

An age-friendly survey will be available from September 16 through October 16 at www.campbellriver.ca/age-friendly. Paper copies will also be available at various locations including City Hall, the Seniors Centre, Community Centre, and Sportsplex. Participants will be entered in a prize draw to win gift cards sponsored by Canadian Tire, CBI Rehabilitation in Motion, Island Fever Travel Inc., London Drugs, Quality Foods, and Thrifty Foods.  

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