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October 1, 2015: Ontario Helps Seniors in Brampton Stay Active and Engaged October 1, 2015: Ontario Helps Seniors in Brampton Stay Active and Engaged

Minister Sergio joins members of the Seniors Steps Program in the kitchen, as they celebrate their Seniors Community Grant and learn about healthy lifestyle habits on International Day of the Older Persons.

June 29, 2015: Ontario Building Age-Friendly Communities June 29, 2015: Ontario Building Age-Friendly Communities

Minister Responsible for Senior Affairs Mario Sergio, Oak Ridges – Markham MPP Helena Jaczek, City of Markham Mayor Frank Scarpitti, Community and Fire Services Commissioner Brenda Librecz and Markham Director of Recreation Services Mary Creighton at Age-Friendly Communities Planning Grant announcement at the Markham Civic Centre.


January 28, 2015: Ontario’s Action Plan for Seniors Making Progress January 28, 2015: Ontario’s Action Plan for Seniors Making Progress

Mario Sergio, Minister Responsible for Seniors and Han Dong, MPP, Trinity-Spadina make salads with seniors of the Harbourfront Community Centre after announcing the launch of the 2015 Seniors Community Grant Program.

January 26, 2015: Ontario Funds Research into Treatment of Depression, Alzheimer's, Autism and Parkinson's. January 26, 2015: Ontario Funds Research into Treatment of Depression, Alzheimer's, Autism and Parkinson's.

Minister Sergio and Minister Moridi interact with the Plan Ahead planel with blocks to move


November 4, 2014: Finding Your Way Partnership Educational Event Nov. 4, 2014: Minister Sergio joins Gale Carey, CEO, Alzheimer Society of Ontario (far Right), and representatives from several local Alzheimer Societies across the province at the Finding Your Way (wandering prevention) Partnership Educational Event in Mississauga.

Nov. 4, 2014: Minister Sergio joins Gale Carey, CEO, Alzheimer Society of Ontario (far Right), and representatives from several local Alzheimer Societies across the province at the Finding Your Way (wandering prevention) Partnership Educational Event in Mississauga.

October 30, 2014: 2014 Senior Achievement Awards

October 16, 2014: 16th Meeting of Federal/Provincial/Territorial Ministers Responsible for Seniors

First row (from left to right)Clyde Jackman (Newfoundland and Labrador); Mario Sergio (Ontario);Alice Wong; Valerie Docherty (Prince Edward Island); Sharon Blady (Manitoba); Michelle Stilwell (British Columbia).Second row (from left to right)Bruce Oliver (New Brunswick); Catherine Ferembach (Quebec); Kimberly Kratzig (Saskatchewan); Sue Cullen (Northwest Territories); Paddy Meade (Yukon); Ernie Hui (Alberta); Gogi Greeley (Nunavut); Frances Martin (Nova Scotia).

Minister Sergio joins the Honourable Alice Wong, Minister of State (Seniors), and the Honourable Valerie E. Docherty, Minister of Community Services and Seniors for Prince Edward Island, and other provincial and territorial colleagues at the 16th Meeting of Federal/Provincial/Territorial Ministers Responsible for Seniors in Charlottetown.


April 23, 2014: Improving Access to Physiotherapy for North Simcoe and Muskoka Seniors
Ontario Helping More Seniors Stay Healthy, Active and Independent

Minister Sergio joins Cal Patterson, Simcoe County Warden, Dr. John Bowman, Sport Medicine Physician, Collingwood Sport Medicine and Rehabilitation Centre, and Mayor Sandra Cooper, Town of Collingwood to announce improved access to physiotherapy in North Simcoe Muskoka.

Minister Sergio joins Cal Patterson, Simcoe County Warden, Dr. John Bowman, Sport Medicine Physician, Collingwood Sport Medicine and Rehabilitation Centre, and Mayor Sandra Cooper, Town of Collingwood to announce improved access to physiotherapy in North Simcoe Muskoka.

Dr. John Bowman, Sport Medicine Physician, demonstrates the benefits of a physiotherapy machine to Minister Sergio.

Dr. John Bowman, Sport Medicine Physician, demonstrates the benefits of a physiotherapy machine to Minister Sergio.


April 4, 2014: Helping More Seniors Stay Connected, Active and Engaged
Ontario To Double Seniors Community Grant Program

February 21, 2014: Seniors Community Grant Program

January 28, 2014: The Finding Your Way Program, Phase II Launch

January 24, 2014: Progress on Making Ontario a Better Place to Age
Ontario is making it easier for seniors to stay safe, active and engaged in their communities.

November 15, 2013: Helping more people with dementia
The Ontario Seniors’ Secretariat recently partnered with the Alzheimer Society of Ontario to help more people with dementia stay safe and active in their communities.