June 2016 marks the 32nd anniversary of Seniors’ Month in Ontario, an opportunity to celebrate and honour the contributions that seniors make every day in communities across the province.
Seniors’ Month also recognizes the important role communities play in keeping seniors active, engaged and learning.
To help ensure seniors have ready access to centres and programs in their communities that promote healthy, active aging and wellness, the government introduced legislation that, if passed, would:
Celebrating Seniors’ Month is part of the government’s plan to help seniors stay active, safe and engaged in their communities.
“This year we are celebrating Seniors’ Month under the theme of 'Seniors Making a Difference.' It is fitting, given how our seniors have built our communities and continue to contribute their time and talents today in so many ways.”
— Mario Sergio, Minister Responsible for Seniors Affairs
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