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Final Gift Card Draw Winner

The winner of the final draw for a $200 Visa gift card is from Richmond County. Congratulations to the winner! 

We also want to thank all participants who volunteered their time to take part in the project. Their ongoing support has made the project what it is!

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FINAL Gift Card Draw for Participants

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The final participant draw for a $200 Visa gift card is on February 14th.


All older participants from Richmond County, Victoria County, and the CBRM will be entered for a chance to win. Stay tuned to see which municipality the winner is from! 

Upcoming FINAL Visa Gift Card Draw

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November 15th Participant Draw Winner

Congratulations to the $200 Visa gift card winner from Richmond County!


It makes us happy to give back to the older adults who have participated in the project over the last year.  Email the Core Team to learn how to get involved.

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The Next $200 Visa Gift Card Draw is November 15, 2023!

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$200 Visa Gift Card Draw: Aug 16, 2023

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Check out the project's Facebook page for more information!

 August 16th
Participant Draw Winner


Congratulations to the participant from the CBRM who won the quarterly $200.00 Visa gift card draw!

Interested in being entered in the next draw?


Contact us to find out how to get involved. 

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More seniors sought for Cape Breton study
Cape Breton Post | June 8, 2023


Participants sought for study looking into seniors' services in Richmond County
The Port Hawkesbury Reporter | February 13, 2023

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Researchers seeking Cape Breton seniors for project
Cape Breton Post  |  February 1, 2023

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Telile Community TV Interview | November 1, 2022

Check out the interview that Co-Investigator Grace Warner, Community Coordinator Celeste Gotell, and Assessor Michele Mac Phee recently did with Telile in Richmond County. 

ACTing Collectively research partnership now underway

Port Hawkesbury Reporter | October 28, 2022
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ACT Quarterly Review of International Research - July to September 2022

Recognizing the need to evaluate and monitor the health and wellbeing of older adults and their communities using community-level data, Dalhousie University has launched the ACTing Collectively project inspired by the use of ACTTM Assess & Connect in Northwood.


Dal News | May 19, 2022

Older adults can live at home longer, healthier, and more actively when there are community supports and services in place to meet their needs. Led by researchers in Dalhousie’s Faculty of Health, a new project involves working with three communities in Cape Breton to understand and evaluate what programs seniors need.



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