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Government of Manitoba
Healthy Living and Seniors
Healthy Living and Seniors

Manitoba Healthy Living and Seniors focuses on keeping Manitobans of all ages healthy and safe. A commitment now to a healthy, active lifestyle helps prevent future illness and disease and results in a more meaningful involvement with society at all stages of life.

Our department works to provide healthy living opportunities for Manitoba’s older population through the Seniors and Healthy Aging Secretariat. The secretariat works with other seniors’ organizations in Manitoba to supply quality programs, valuable guides and publications, and timely information on issues that affect Manitoba seniors.

Latest News

June 3, 2014
Province Announces Improved Access to Addictions Treatment, Recovery for Manitoba Families with Opening of New Treatment Centre>

May 29, 2014
Manitobans Encouraged to Get Active for Commuter Challenge Week

May 15, 2014
Province Proclaims Safe Boating Awareness Week

April 29, 2014
Province Distributes Low-cost Bike Helmets, Launches Manitoba Cycling Association Safety Videos

April 17, 2014
Province Announces Addition of Another Winnipeg PACT Team, Enhancing Access to Mental Health Services

April 16, 2014
Manitoba Government to Introduce Legislation That Would Ban Flavoured Tobacco Products Marketed to Children

April 7, 2014
New Seniors' Guide Ready for Manitobans
A new version of the Manitoba Seniors' Guide, offering a wide range of information from financial tips to health services, can be picked now up at many locations across the province, Healthy Living and Seniors Minister Sharon Blady announced today during the official launch of the guide at the Good Neighbours Active Living Centre in Winnipeg.

 


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