Centre on Aging publications

2017

Centre on Aging. (2017). WHO Global Strategy & Action Plan on Aging: Facilitating a National Conversation Summary Report of the Pre-Conference Workshop at CAG2017. Winnipeg, Manitoba: Centre on Aging, University of Manitoba.

2016

Centre on Aging. (2016). Perspectives on Aging Brandon Symposium Workshop discussions. Winnipeg, Manitoba: Centre on Aging, University of Manitoba.

2015

Newall, N. (2015). Who’s At My Door Project: How organizations find and assist socially isolated older adults. Centre on Aging: Winnipeg, Manitoba.

Edwards, P. (2015). Moving from Ageist to Age-Friendly Policies and Practices in Manitoba. Centre on Aging: Winnipeg, Manitoba. 

2014

O’Rourke, D. (2014). Three Issues Affecting the Health and Well-Being of Seniors in Manitoba: Oral Health, Hearing and Vision. Centre on Aging: Winnipeg, Manitoba.

Menec, V., & Newall, N. (2014). Aging in a new homeland: Report of the May 6, 2014 Centre on Aging Spring Research Symposium workshop on issues affecting older immigrants. Winnipeg: Centre on Aging, University of Manitoba. 

2013

Novek, S., Menec, V., Tran, T., & Bell, S. (2013). Social Participation and its Benefits. Winnipeg, MB: Centre on Aging, University of Manitoba.

2011

Fostering Knowledge Development and Exchange on Age-Supportive Communities

Menec, V., & Bell, S. (2011). Fostering Knowledge Development and Exchange on Age-Supportive Communities. Winnipeg: Centre on Aging, University of Manitoba. 

This report was prepared for the June 9, 2011 meeting organized by the Canadian Association on Gerontology, which took place in Toronto, Ontario.

Factbook on aging and quick facts

The following fact sheet draws on information collected as part of the Canadian Community Health Survey (CCHS).

How active are older Manitobans? (PDF)

Profile of Manitoba's seniors: Quick facts

The following quickfact sheets are selected updates of tables and figures using the most recent Statistics Canada census data based on the Profile of Manitoba's Seniors 2010 publication.

Baby boomer profile
With 2011 marking the first wave of baby boomers (those born between 1946–1946) set to retire, the Centre on Aging has compiled a report specifically on the baby boomers.

The baby boomers: A profile of Manitoba's new generation of seniors (PDF)

Quick facts
As a companion to the Profile of Manitoba's Seniors 2010, the Centre developed short "quick facts" on Manitoba seniors. These fact sheets are available for downloading and are grouped based on specific chapter in the Profile. For detailed information, download the complete Profile below.


2010

Profile of Manitoba's Seniors 2010 (PDF) full report 


2009

Manitoba Seniors:Health Status Update 2009
Seniors' Contributions to Manitoba - 2009 Update
Seniors' Contributions to Manitoba - Quick Facts - 2009
Manitoba Fact Book on Aging: 2006 Labour Force and Income Update (PDF)  


2008

Manitoba Fact Book on Aging Update 2008

Manitoba Seniors 2006 Census Update


2006

Manitoba's Seniors: A Companion to the Manitoba Fact Book on Aging' (PDF)
Seniors' Contributions to Manitoba 2006 (PDF)
Seniors' Contributions to Manitoba—Quick Facts (PDF)


2005

Manitoba Factbook on Aging 2005 

AGE-FRIENDLY PUBLICATIONS

Reports can be found on the Age-Friendly Manitoba Web site. The following reports were created through the Age-Friendly Communities CURA project (2008–2012).

AFMI: What have we learned so far?

What are age-friendly communities in Manitoba doing to become more age-friendly?

Summary: A first look at age-friendly communities in Manitoba

International Invited Symposium in 2012

Age-friendly resources (domain related)

Age-friendly services

Showcasing services and programs for seniors in Manitoba

Age-friendly community reports

Portage la Prairie Age-Friendly Report

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