Seeking solutions for Toronto social housing dilemma

WASHINGTON, D.C.: As the term “housing crisis” continues to lodge itself into Toronto’s lexicon, residents are wondering what can be done to improve housing options in our communities.

“Improvements to our social housing stock are sorely needed,” said Beaches-East York MP Nathaniel Erskine-Smith in a recent Read More »

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Aged care compounds becoming soft crime targets

HOUSTON: Retirement communities and skilled nursing homes imply a level of elevated safety in their commercial pitch to prospective customers.

But evidence is mounting that age-apartheid compounds are increasingly becoming soft crime targets and the care sector is trashing its reputation by doing nothing to effectively Read More »

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Report reveals increase in number of dementia researchers since 2008

BOSTON: New analysis from Alzheimer’s Research UK, the UK’s leading dementia research charity, has revealed that the number of scientists working on the condition has almost doubled over six years. The charity’s report, published today (14 March) at their annual research conference in Aberdeen, highlights Read More »

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Seniors housing developers compete for Global Award

NEW YORK: The twenty eighth entry for the seniors housing Global Awards 2017 has been received.

A massive, mixed-use development is moving ahead in East Harlem, reports Politico, as the city has selected Jonathan Rose Companies to work with L+M Development Partners on the 751,000-square-foot project. Read More »

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