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This section of our web site is designed specifically for the public. Active Aging Canada has developed many evidence-based resources over the years with the goal to inform, educate, motivate and inspire Canadians towards an active healthy lifestyle. We know that changing a behaviour is very difficult, however, we also know that by making very small changes over time add up to big changes.

Active Aging Canada strives to ensure that new research findings are applied to everyday living and that the information is made accessible for all to read. The documents in this section of our site are written in clear language, with no ‘scientific jargon’. In addition, many of our documents, specifically the Active Living Tips, found in the Healthy Living Section are also translated into seven other languages, acknowledging the diversity of ethnicities in Canada.

Get Active

What is Active Living

Active Living Examples

Active Living Tips Sheets

Arthritis

Cancer

Diabetes

Healthy Living

Mall Walking

Physical Activity Guidelines

Physical Activity Literacy

Vaccinations

Projects

Ageism

Arthritis

Newsletter

Active Aging Network - current research tips on aging well

Cannabis and Older Adults

Art Your Service - Stay Active at Home

Influenza – My Age Put Me at a Greater Risk of Complications

Join Active Aging Canada

my health, my choices - metro

Stay Active Age Well

Healthy Aging and Connected Livings

Healthy Aging and Connected Living

Empowering Aging Canadians

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