Ontario Keeping Seniors Fit, Active, Healthy and Socially Connected in Oxford

Seniors Active Living Centres are a cornerstone to Ontario’s communities

[WOODSTOCK] – The Ontario government is continuing to invest in the health and well-being of our local seniors through the Seniors Active Living Centre’s in 2022-23, benefitting seniors in Oxford. These centres will help local seniors stay fit, active, healthy and socially connected with all of their programs.

“Seniors Active Living Centres help keep Seniors fit, active, healthy and connected to family, friends and our communities,” said Raymond Cho, Minister for Seniors and Accessibility. “Our government’s investment in Seniors Active Living Centres will help older adults come together and stay engaged.  Seniors Active Living Centres are the glue that keeps our neighbourhoods together.”

This year’s funding shows our government’s on-going and growing commitment to Ontario’s seniors throughout the province.

“Seniors Active Living Centres provide our seniors the quality of life they deserve,” said Ernie Hardeman, MPP for Oxford. “That is why our government is investing $54,014.41 in South Gate Centre’s Seniors Active Living Centre programs and $46,380.20 in Tillsonburg Senior Centre’s programs. Local Seniors Active Living Centre programming will provide support for older adults and their well-being by keeping them active and socially connected within their own communities.”

Our government remains committed to the safety, independence and well-being of Ontario’s seniors and supporting Seniors Active Living Centre programs.