Nine members of the Manitoba Seniors Coalition and senior organizations pose for a photo with the Honourable Kamal Khera (second from left) and Director Dr. Porter (sixth from left) beside the University of Manitoba banner.

Biweekly updates

The Centre on Aging provides biweekly updates to persons interested in the Centre's activities, presentations, or conferences related to aging, or various events or activities related to aging. The biweekly updates are distributed every second Friday.

Mailing list

Want to stay up to date on the Centre on Aging's events and news? Email us to be put on our mailing list:

Celebrating and recognizing older people

Each year, older people are recognized for their contributions across the world. The Centre on Aging recognizes these significant milestones.

Community resources

Manitoba Seniors Guide

211 Manitoba partnered with the Department of Seniors and Long-Term Care in the development of the Manitoba Seniors Guide. The new Manitoba Seniors Guide provides important information about seniors serving organizations throughout the province and includes hundreds of listings of services supporting adults including home care, social services and community groups.
Access the guide online from

You can also call 211 to get more information about the guide.

Facts on aging

Contact us

Centre on Aging
338 Isbister Building
183 Dafoe Rd
University of Manitoba (Fort Garry campus)
Winnipeg, MB R3T 2N2 Canada

Monday to Friday, 8 am to 4 pm