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August 21, 2018

The Government of New Brunswick is accepting proposals for the first round of projects under the Healthy Seniors Pilot Project.

The pilot project, which will be carried out over three years, is intended to provide information and programs to help improve the aging experience for seniors, not only in New Brunswick, throughout Canada.
 
More information on the pilot project is available online.

 


 
 

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