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Speaking Of Bones
Presented by Osteoporosis Canada
Monday, November 30 at 2:00 pm
Our bones are constantly renewed through a natural process in which new bone cells replace old bone cells. As we age, however, this process becomes less efficient and we begin to gradually lose bone tissue. According to the 2009 Canadian Health Survey, the Public Health Agency of Canada estimated that approximately 1.5 million Canadians aged 40 years and over (10%) have osteoporosis. Of these people, women were four times more likely to report having osteoporosis than men. Women are more at risk of developing osteoporosis than men because they start with lower bone density and they lose bone mass more quickly as they age. Do you know the risks of Osteoporosis?

Join us on Monday, November 30 at 2:00pm. Topics discussed will be:

  • What osteoporosis is
  • Are you at risk
  • How osteoporosis is diagnosed
  • What you can do to maintain healthy bones
  • The role of exercise, nutrition and lifestyle choices
  • How osteoporosis is treated
  • How to live well with osteoporosis
Please Register In Advance Here
Convention on the Rights of Older Persons
Webinar
Wednesday, December 2, 2020
11:00am - 12:30pm
The United Nations Charter, recognizes the “fundamental human rights, and the dignity and worth of the human person”. Over the years, special UN Conventions, addressing the rights of Women, Children, Indigenous Persons and Persons with Disabilities, have been developed and adopted. To this day, there is still no Convention uplifting the rights of Older People, despite the hard work and persistent calls for it by numerous organizations around the world and in Canada.
 
EAPO in partnership with CNPEA invite you to join our upcoming webinar to delve into:
  •  How pervasive ageism prevents advancements in the protection of older people’s rights and well-being
  • What has been done to date and where we are now, at the International and Canadian levels
  • Impact of COVID-19 on Human Rights and the mistreatment of older adults
  • What a UN Convention would mean for YOU at an individual or community level.
This presentation will provide an informative overview about what a UN Convention means and the work being done, followed by an informal panel discussion.
 
Participants will learn from Canadian speakers involved in various initiatives across the world. From the international scope, to the provincial level impact, to front line realities, our panelists will discuss the very real challenges they face, the strategies they employ, and why it is crucial for Canada to support and abide by a Convention for the Rights of Older Persons.
Register Here
Niagara Falls Elvis Festival
Greg Frewin Theatre
Sunday, December 6, 2020 - 2:00pm

Now everyone can be part of this event!
 
The Greg Frewin Theatre will be streaming A Blue Christmas Tribute to Elvis live from the Greg Frewin Theatre worldwide.
 
You can purchase your ticket for this Pay Per View event for $19.99 by calling the theatre box office at 1 866 870 3002 or visit the website (https://www.gregfrewintheatre.com/buy-tickets.html) and click on December to view the calendar.
 
Don’t miss your chance to see this show from the comfort of your own living room!
 
The first 150 people to purchase pay per view tickets will have the opportunity to win one of two prize packages of a pair of tickets to the 2021 Niagara Falls Elvis festival Thursday Matinee and Evening shows, plus hotel room for the evening.
 
The next 150 people to purchase tickets will be entered into a contest to win one of two prize packages of a pair of tickets to the 2021 Niagara Falls Elvis festival Friday Matinee and Evening shows, plus hotel room for the evening.
 
Have a listen to their promotional video
Niagara Falls Christmas Market
Nov 14 December 20

Rediscover a Unique Holiday Experience!

The Niagara Falls Christmas Market will occur every Friday, Saturday, and Sunday from November 14th-December 20th starting at 5pm and going until 10pm. The Niagara Falls Christmas Market will feature a large selection of local vendors; from handmade goods, local artists, food, and more
Niagara Shoebox Project
This year the Shoebox project is going virtual. Pre Covid, some of our very generous members dropped off shoe boxes filled with Christmas goodies for women who have been impacted by homelessness. Women in shelters need your help more than ever. Please visit Niagara Shoe box for more information. 
Mindfulness & Stress Response Workshop
Thursday, December 17th at 2:00pm

This 90-minute interactive workshop will explore the global trauma response to the pandemic and how mindfulness can help ease stress and build emotional resiliency. Participants will have the opportunity to practice a series of brief exercises designed to deepen an understanding of the neuroscience and benefits of mindful meditation.

Presenter: Jessica Lemieux, BSW, MSW

Jessica is a therapist, trauma sensitive mindfulness meditation teacher and owner of Cultivation Therapy Services. Jessica's unique therapeutic approach blends together mindfulness, neuroscience and psychology. 

Please email Hanya to register for this workshop

Theatre Bacchus to Perform 
Christmas Radio Drama

Based on the novel by Charles Dickens
Friday, December 18th at 7:30pm

A local theatre group is putting on a show over the airwaves for the second time this year with a radio drama rendition of 'A Christmas Carol'.

Theatre Bacchus, run by local director Lana Borsellino, will be accompanied by classical guitarist Karen Agro as they bring the characters to life in the classic tale.

"While Christmas may look different for many of us, we can still rekindle the feeling of Holiday wonder by revisiting our traditional Christmas stories," said a press release from the theatre group.
“Tickets” can be purchased through the website www.theatrebacchus.com 

Canada's National Seniors' Advocacy Organization - A trusted voice of Canadian Seniors. 

CanAge is an independent nonprofit advocacy organization which educates, empowers and mobilizes people on the issues that matter most to older Canadians. 

​CanAge works collaboratively with corporate, nonprofit organizations, the media and governments to amplify seniors issues, influence policy and effect change.  

They have free online events plus a monthly newsletter which you can subscribe to. 
Download November Newsletter
My COVID-19 Visit Risk
How Safe will visiting others be during the COVID-19 pandemic?
Find out your risk score

Are you planning to visit family or friends this holiday season? The @RyersonNIA #myCOVID19VisitRisk Decision Aid has been designed to provide you with a mechanism to assess your level of risk from #COVID-19 when visiting with others.
The decision to visit with family or friends during #COVID-19 is difficult. Being informed of our risk around visiting with others can make that decision easier. 
Assess your risk today at www.covidvisitrisk.com
Western Bakery
Christmas Cakes

Only a handful of cakes are left
Get them now before it's too late
Pick up by appointment at Coronation
Please email Hanya if you would like
to reserve cakes.
Just $10.00 each including tax.
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