November is here and so is a brand new calendar for our Bruce Grey Seniors’ Centre Without Walls. We have lots of great activities planned for this month including a concert by Sarah Pratt-Parsamian on violin, Elder Shirley John will be speaking about ancestors from the four directions, there will
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#FinancialFridays: The Province of Ontario has announced changes to the Seniors Dental Care Program and the Seniors Prescription Co-Payment Program.
Of interest to seniors: The provincial government has announced changes to Ontario’s Seniors Dental Care Program and the Seniors Co-Payment (Prescription Drugs) Program. The changes to these two programs will take effect August 1st, 2021. The Income Threshold to be eligible will increase from an annual income of $19,300 to
Please join us! There is a lot going on this month at the Bruce Grey Seniors’ Centre Without Walls (BGSCWW). Given that we are now under a “Stay-At-Home Order” – it’s a perfect time to give the program a try and connect with local seniors as well. Everyone is welcome
The holidays are just around the corner and if you are looking for a meaningful way to give back to your community, we invite you to consider sending a greeting card to a resident living in long term care. As the pandemic continues to impact those living in local nursing
#FinancialFridays: Receive the Guaranteed Income Supplement, Allowance or Survivor Benefit? Service Canada has an important reminder for you.
Do you receive the Guaranteed Income Supplement, Allowance or Allowance for the Survivor Benefit? If so, Employment and Social Development Canada and Service Canada has an important reminder for you. During the week of October 5, 2020, Service Canada sent reminder letters and Statement of Income forms to clients in
Canadian seniors across the country are facing significant health, economic, and social challenges due to COVID-19. Physical distancing is weighing heavily on those who are separated from their families, and rely on help to get groceries and other essential items. Prime Minister Justin Trudeau announced earlier this week that seniors