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    The University of Manitoba is an Age-Friendly University and part of the Age-Friendly University Global Network. A key component of an Age-Friendly University is lifelong learning – encouraging older adults to participate in educational programs, including access to online learning opportunities.

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    Lifelong learning from home

    There is no better time to get involved in lifelong learning that can be accessed in the comfort of your own home. Interested? We suggest some great options at the University of Alberta, the University of Regina and the University of Manitoba.

University of Alberta/ELLA

It is important to note that in order to take programs and courses with ELLA (UAlberta) you must first sign up as a member.

Explore ELLA program offerings, membership and registration information, course listings and free lectures. If the upcoming term's offerings are not yet posted, please check back soon.


University of Regina Lifelong Learning Centre

Membership is not required to take courses with LLC (URegina) but with it, you are eligible for discounted course fees.

See University of Regina Lifelong Learning Centre programs offerings, and membership and registration information.

University of Manitoba

At the University of Manitoba, check out the popular Learning for Life online series offered by Alumni Relations. If the upcoming term's offerings are not yet posted, please check back soon.

See previous virtual Learning for Life lectures.

Creative Retirement Manitoba

Creative Retirement is a non-profit providing education and learning for older adults. 

See what they have to offer.

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Winnipeg, MB R3T 2N2 Canada

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