Input sought on Age-Friendly Community Plan

Identify how we can make Campbell River an even better place to live and age.

  • Sep. 15, 2016 4:00 p.m.

What are the key issues and priorities for older adults and seniors in Campbell River?

The City of Campbell River is developing an Age-Friendly Community Plan and is looking for input from seniors/elders, caregivers, service providers, and other community members to identify how we can make Campbell River an even better place to live and age.

An age-friendly survey will be available from Sept. 16 through Oct. 16 at Paper copies will also be available at various locations including City Hall, the Seniors Centre, Community Centre, and Sportsplex. Participants will be entered in a prize draw to win gift cards. For more information, visit

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