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Care Watch Ontario

Senior citizen-led, not-for-profit agency advocating for high quality, affordable, and equitable home and community care for Ontario’s elderly.
140 Merton St, Toronto M4S 1A1
Near Davisville Ave and Yonge St
416-490-0455

CARP Toronto chapters

Scan the list of chapters. There are several in Toronto.

Concerned Friends of Ontario Citizens in Care Facilities

Older Women's Network (Ontario)

115 The Esplanade, Toronto M5E 1Y7
Near Lower Jarvis St.
416-214-1518

Raging Grannies Toronto

A group of women who sing at protests and social justice events. Meets at Church of the Holy Trinity.
10 Trinity Sq, Toronto M5G 1B1
Near Dundas St and Yonge St.
416-925-0745

Senior Pride Network

Toronto Council on Aging

The Toronto Council on Aging is a non-profit, charitable organization addressing the issues and concerns of older adults in Toronto. The inter-generational working board lifts the voices of older adults, organizes educational events, builds collaborative networks, and more.

Toronto Seniors Forum

The Toronto Seniors Forum works to ensure the City of Toronto meets its commitment to provide services equitably to all senior residents.
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