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Seniors Active Living Centres, or SALC, offer a range of social, cultural, learning and recreational programs for seniors. SALC information includes the name, address, phone number, website. *[SALC]: Seniors Active Living Centres
Aging and Chronic Diseases: A Profile of Canadian Seniors. This report was developed before the current pandemic and focuses on the health and chronic disease patterns of Canadian seniors. It provides the data and scientific context we need to make evidence-based decisions to address chronic diseases, some of which increase the risk of severe COVID-19, and other challenges to the health of seniors. Going forward, we will monitor the impacts related to the comorbidity of COVID-19 and chronic diseases and other long-term consequences.
This table presents planned spending by Program based on Departmental Plans. This table also aligns planned spending with the Whole-of-Government framework by linking each Program spending line with its corresponding Government of Canada Spending and Activity Areas. In order to provide a more complete picture of the government’s overall planned spending, this table also contains planned spending information for organizations that are not required to provide a Departmental Plan, notably: Crown corporations; Parliamentary entities; the International Joint Commission (Canadian Section); the Office of the Governor General’s Secretary; the Canadian Security Intelligence Service; and the Communication Security Establishment. For these organizations, this table reproduces the planned spending information found in the Main Estimates.
Funding agreements to support provinces and territories improve access to home and community care and mental health and addiction services, and infection prevention and control in long-term care facilities and seniors’ residences providing continuing care services.
The data includes the list of successful grant recipients, their city location, and description of their projects. AFC Planning Grant projects fund local governments and community organizations to undertake strategic planning with a focus on seniors as outlined in the Age-Friendly Community Planning Guide and lead to the development of local aging plans. *[AFC]: Age-Friendly Community
In response to the COVID-19 crisis, the Government of Canada provided a One-time payment for seniors that included $300 for seniors eligible for the Old Age Security (OAS) pension, and an additional $200 for seniors entitled to the Guaranteed Income Supplement (GIS), for a total of $500. Individuals aged 60 to 64 who are eligible for the Allowance (ALW) or the Allowance for the Survivor (ALWS) also received a payment of $500. A total of 6.67 million seniors received the One-time payment for seniors; 4.40 million seniors received a payment of $300 and 2.27 million seniors received a payment of $500. All individuals who were eligible for OAS program benefits as of June 2020 received the payment during the week of July 6, 2020.
The table consolidates the human resources, financial resources and contracting services on evaluation and the use of evaluation reports submitted by large departments and agencies.
The Horizontal Initiative database provides planned and actual financial and non-financial information by horizontal initiatives. Details for each initiative include the lead departments, timing of the initiative, the total funding allocation, a description, the shared outcomes, governance structure, partners and a contact name. Plans, spending and results are also available for each identified reporting period. Datasets are available for the following fiscal years: 2011-12, 2012-13, 2013-14, 2014-15, 2015-16, 2016-17, 2017-18.
Public feedback submitted to the Ontario Seniors' Secretariat. The data measures public satisfaction with the information on seniors' programs and services contained in "A Guide to Programs and Services for Seniors in Ontario".