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Misc. Senior Links
Australia’s most comprehensive Seniors web site covering government departments and health organizations plus lifestyle interests such as sport, computers and travel, with worldwide application.
Aging Solutions Articles, comprehensive checklists, and links to key resources ... designed to make it easier for family caregivers to quickly find the information they need ... and avoid overlooking something important in the care of their loved one.
Comrades and Colleagues
Serves to reunite current and former members of the military with their old friends while supporting veterans
charities. Site lists 1000's of Canadian units including over 500 Canadian Navy ships, squadrons and
ElderWeb The oldest and largest aging and eldercare sourcebook on the Web.
Fifty Five Plus Eastern Ontario's largest mature market magazine, promoting a positive active lifestyle. Articles include: leisure and lifestyle, health, nutrition, fitness, finance and travel.
Information about Web Sites, products, and services that
are "Friendly for Seniors".
LIFE BEGINS AT 80 ... on the Internet
Eric Shackle is a retired Australian journalist whose hobby is searching the Internet and writing about it. His work has been published by the New York Times (U.S.), Globe and Mail (Canada), Sydney Morning Herald (Australia) and Straits Times (Singapore). He is copy editor of Anu Garg's Ohio-based A Word A Day free newsletter, which is e-mailed five days a week to more than half a million wordlovers in 210 countries.
Providing Ottawa Seniors with activities, events, discounts, services, entertainment, health, travel, stories and humour.
Retirement with a Purpose We are a non-profit organization who's goal is to reach baby-boomers and encourage them to continue in volunteering or ministry in some capacity. A secondary goal of ours is to provide our readers with valuable, and informative articles.
The Senior Centre
We offer free on-line courses, as well as an on-line magazine (The E-Zine) and a very helpful and educational section giving friendly, interactive computer help (Technotips).
A national nonprofit organization whose mission is to
build a community of computer-using seniors.
Seniors for jobs Dedicated to those of us over 50 who are looking for work. Advertised nationally with CARP(Canadian Association of Retired Persons).
'Suddenly Senior,' a weekly 'zine and humor column, speaks to the hearts and
funny bones of 50- to 75-year-olds who've 'became senior before their time.'
Topics include nostalgia, sex now and then, "senior moments", even droll
rants about social security and job discrimination. It's a fresh, funny look
SeniorsCan Internet Program
SCIP is a highly acclaimed guide for
retirees, seniors and older adults to Manitoba, Canada and world-wide
information and services.
Over 5,000 Links to sites of interest to the over 50 age
Boomer Web is a veritable hot-bed of nostalgia, and features a 'web ring' of devotees
Reminisce is a great publication that has been very popular in print - now available on the internet!
Personal Sites Created by Seniors
After retiring, William Weatherstone of Elliot Lake put his truck driving exploits, experiences and what have you, in the form of a web site, sort of a biography with accessories. Go to www.thedieselgypsy.com and experience the life of a truck driver who has spent 50 years and millions of miles over the road.
I am a senior and I, along with three other seniors, have a website that features original recollections, short stories, musings, and poetry written by 28 authors, all of whom are also seniors. I designed the site and provide a new issue with new stories, etc. each month. www.geocities.com/nutyscribe/. I also have another website with photographs of more than 300 seniors. www.geocities.com/marilynl_1999
Pat's Cyber Home
is about gardening, learning to make your own home page, cross stitch and other
hobbies, and my family. Canada
Cookie's Graphics, Joan
Cook My graphics are for you to have a look at and download if you like. I
am a retired female(not by choice) and love fooling around with pictures now
that I have so much time on my hands. My programs are very limited but most pics
have been done in Paint Shop Pro which I love. Winnipeg, MB
The Ledger Domain Jack Ledger,
Kitchener-Waterloo area of Ontario. I am a retired dentist of indeterminate age!
Over the past 2 or 3 years I have slowly built a bit of knowledge particularly
about surfing the web. My main purpose in these pages is to present a list of
links that I have found the most helpful.
Geoffs page Geoff was born
in Bedford, England, in 1926, and emigrated to Canada in 1957. He settled in
Kirkland Lake, Ontario for three years, then moved to Niagara Falls in 1960.
Geoff joined the Stamford chapter of the International Kiwanis Club in Niagara
Falls in 1966. He became a licensed amateur radio operator (ham) in 1993.
VE3KIS WEB - by John A.Blom
I am retired since Aug./91. I worked as a Systems Analyst/Designer for Bell
Canada's Corporate Systems Organization, now Bell Sygma, in Toronto.
Bill Cosway's Home Page a sort
of saga of a depression raised engineer, his varied and later interesting
international telecommunications career, family (Dallas and Edmonton) and major
hobby, which is the Nahanni Valley model railroad set in Canada's beautiful
North West Territories. COSWAY'S LAW is of course, included!