Seniors and Healthy Aging Secretariat

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The Seniors and Healthy Aging Secretariat is part of the department of Health, Healthy Living and Seniors. The Secretariat works with all departments to create an environment within Manitoba that promotes health, independence and well-being of all older Manitobans.

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Seniors' Guide & Publications

This guide informs and helps make decisions about important issues such as finances, housing, health services and safety. View the Manitoba Seniors' Guide 2014/15

For a complete list of all other publications, please click here.

Seniors Guide's & Publications

What is in my community?

Community information referral service, which refers Manitobans to social services and programs available through health, educational, cultural and recreational resources in the province of Manitoba. Read more about information about Age-Friendly Communities.

What is in my community

Seniors Information Phone Line

Information and referral line for seniors, family members and caregivers and professionals working with seniors. Callers can access information on seniors' programs and services across Manitoba. For more information, contact by phone at 204-945-6565, toll-free at 1-800-665-6565 or by email

Seniors Information Phone Line

Latest News

May 29 - Province Announces Increase to Primary Caregiver Tax Credit

May 29 - Statement from Health Minister Sharon Blady

May 21 - Province Announces Construction Underway for New Long-term Care Facility in Morden

March 17 - Manitoba Government Doubles Seniors' School Tax Rebate

March 17 - Manitoba Government Accepts All Recommendations of Fire Safety Task Force

January 26 - Manitoba Government Awards Tender for New 10-bed Health Centre in Notre Dame de Lourdes

January 23 - Manitoba Government to Tender for Personal Care Home in Morden

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