Government of Canada Programs and Services for Seniors
Information and links to Canada Pension Plan, Guaranteed Income Supplement, Old Age Security, Caregiving benefits, Seniors’ health, Safe at home, Managing your money, Services for Veterans, Fraud prevention and Funding programs
The BC Seniors’ Guide
is a comprehensive tool that can help British Columbians with the information they need as they age. It includes information on provincial and federal programs, with sections on benefits, health, lifestyle, housing, transportation, finances, safety and security and other important services. (also available in French, Punjabi, Chinese, Korean, Vietnamese and Farsi.)
Council of Senior Citizens Organizations of B.C.
This website’s purpose is to assemble, coordinate and advance proposals and resolutions concerned with the welfare of elder citizens, submit them to the appropriate government bodies; and to advance the social and physical welfare of all elder citizens in the province of British Columbia.
Free Workshops for seniors offered by COSCO
A collection of 60-to-90-minute workshops is available free of charge to any seniors’ group of 10 or more. A trained volunteer, who is also a senior, presents practical and usable information.
Funding and Benefits Directory & Resources for people with disabilities
A directory of funding and benefits available to BC residents including BC Disability: BC PWD, Canada Disability Benefit, BC disability assistance, BC disability services, news, and resources. A Also available: a funding guide to help explore numerous funding opportunities. Includes tips to help you find funding and write funding applications, as well as templates and examples for your use.
BC211 is a non-profit society that connects people to community, health and government resources for help, where and when they need it. They help you find support services for all of life’s challenges. The service is free, confidential and available 24/7 in over 150 languages.