Welcome to Age-Friendly Saskatchewan

The purpose of this website is to provide Age-Friendly information and resources for Saskatchewan communities, individuals, businesses and organizations.

Age-Friendly Communities is a global movement with a goal of making communities safer, smarter, healthier, happier, more inclusive places for all people to live and thrive.

An Age-Friendly Community Recognition Program is being introduced in Saskatchewan to recognize communities that undertake activities or create programming to be more inclusive of seniors, leading to communities that are more inclusive of all people.


Age-Friendly Newsletters

Age-Friendly Communities have been adjusting to COVID-19 in different ways. For ideas and information, please download the July 2020 Age-Friendly Newsletter

July 2020. Age-Friendly Newsletter



Why Age-Friendly?

Healthier citizens Stronger community connections Safe, vibrant communities Greater opportunities for business Intergenerational – benefits all ages Reduces abuse and isolation

Age-Friendly Regina Moves Forward

Three Regina City Councillors who have been associated with the Regina Age-Friendly Committee presented a resolution to Council on September 30th. The resolution that moves the Age-Friendly process forward in Regina was passed!

The City Administration will work with the Regina Age-Friendly Steering Committee to consider an Age-Friendly partnership proposal to come forward in the first quarter of 2021. They will examine how the AF Regina survey and any future assessments can act as an age-friendly lens to assist the City with future policies and planning. Examination will be given to costs, funding and examples from other Age-Friendly communities.

As well, the City agreed to coordinate the presentation of AF Regina’s Age-Well Tool to Council with a request to assist in publicizing the tool to the public and media.


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