Seniors and the Health Accord - Kelowna
We know that Canada’s population is aging. With the first of the baby boom generation now reaching 65, persons aged 65 and older now outnumber those under 15 years of age – an historic first for Canada.
This shift, along with a new Health Accord on the horizon, has started conversations about seniors’ health care needs – and Federal Retirees is pleased to bring you the opportunity to have your say.
On November 8th, your branch of the National Association of Federal Retirees in partnership with the Canadian Medical Association is hosting a town hall meeting on Seniors and the Health Accord.
Reserve your spot at this free event today.
There will be plenty of time for you and our audiences to share thoughts and priorities – and over the coming months, Federal Retirees will take your feedback and present it to our federal and provincial health ministers.