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Janice Keefe

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Opinion | BY JANICE KEEFE | February 8, 2021
Minster of Seniors Deb Schulte, pictured Sept. 25, 2020, arriving at the West Block before Question Period. The vaccine should not distract from much needed work to reform senior care in Canada. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
Opinion | BY JANICE KEEFE | February 8, 2021
Opinion | BY JANICE KEEFE | February 8, 2021
Minster of Seniors Deb Schulte, pictured Sept. 25, 2020, arriving at the West Block before Question Period. The vaccine should not distract from much needed work to reform senior care in Canada. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
Opinion | BY JANICE KEEFE | February 3, 2020
Many baby boomers who are supporting their parents now are growing concerned about what the challenges in long-term care will mean for their parent(s) and potentially themselves in the future. What they may be only beginning to realize, through their own aging experience, is the fundamental ageism that exists in our society, and which contributes to LTC being a low priority, writes Janice Keefe. Photograph courtesy Pixabay
Opinion | BY JANICE KEEFE | February 3, 2020
Opinion | BY JANICE KEEFE | February 3, 2020
Many baby boomers who are supporting their parents now are growing concerned about what the challenges in long-term care will mean for their parent(s) and potentially themselves in the future. What they may be only beginning to realize, through their own aging experience, is the fundamental ageism that exists in our society, and which contributes to LTC being a low priority, writes Janice Keefe. Photograph courtesy Pixabay