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Date updated: July 25, 2023

Cyber Security Toolkit

Protect yourself from online financial fraud with the Canadian Banker’s Cyber Security Toolkit for consumers

Guide to Programs and Services for Individuals and Families- Government of NL

Guide to Programs and Services for Individuals and Families- Government of NL This guide can help people find out what Provincial Government programs and services are available. See PDF version as link. Printed copies or alternate formats are available upon request by calling 1-866-883-6600 or via email at

COVID-19 related Tops 10 Scams and Frauds

Beware of the frauds and scams happening during COVID-19. Here is a list of the top 10. Protect yourself and educate your friends and family. Stay Safe!   Top 10 Frauds and Scams during COVID-19

Frauds and Scams- 5 tips during COVID-19

5 Tips to protect yourself from COVID-19 Related Fraud and Scams. Never click on links or attachments in unsolicited or suspicious emails Never give out your personal or financial information by email, text or phone Note that financial institutions like your bank will never ask you to give personal, login or account information by text…

Hope For Wellness Helpline

The Hope for Wellness Helpline – On-Line Chat Counseling Service Call the toll-free Help Line at 1-855-242-3310, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, or use the chat box  to connect with a counsellor on-line Phone and chat counselling is available in English and French. On request, phone counselling is also available in: Cree, …

Police-reported family violence against seniors in Canada, 2017

Section 3: Police-reported family violence in Canada: Statistics Canada, 2017 In 2017, there were 11,380 senior victims (aged 65 to 89 years) of police-reported violence in Canada. Of this number, one-third (33%) were victimized by a family member such as a child, spouse, sibling or other family member. Select the link below to review this Statistical profile…

Seniors and Aging Division -NL

The Seniors and Aging Division works with other government departments and agencies to promote healthy aging across the lifespan. The Division acts as a centre of expertise and knowledge on aging and seniors. The main functions of the Division is are to oversee the implementation of seniors and aging initiatives and adult protection. Goals of…

Provincial Advisory Council on Aging and Seniors

The Provincial Advisory Council on Aging and Seniors (PACAS) is a volunteer council of thirteen individuals from throughout the province. PACAS advises and informs the Provincial Government on issues, concerns, and requirements of older adults. The Council ensures that the Provincial Government considers the perspective of older adults when developing current and future policies for…


CARP is Canada’s largest advocacy association for older Canadians. Formerly known as Canadian Association for Retired Persons. CARP: CARP advocates for social change (topics: financial security, access to health care, freedom from ageism) CARP offers insurance to its members Auto&Home, Travel, Life, Extended care, Pet, small business, and health Health – FollowMe Health Insurance call…

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