Resources:  211 / 311 / Health Links /  OWSEP


A&O Support Services for Older Adults Inc.



Phone: 204.956.6440

Toll Free: 1.888.333.3121

Centre on Aging (University of Manitoba):



Phone: 204.474.8754

Manitoba Association of Senior Communities



Phone: 204.792.5838

Transportation Options Network for Seniors:



Phone: 204.799.1788

Older Winnipeggers

Social Engagement Project

The overarching goal of the project is to improve the social inclusion of

vulnerable older adults (aged 55+) in Winnipeg.

Active Aging in Manitoba:



Phone: 204.632.3912

Contact Health Links - Info Santé at 204-788-8200 or 

1-888-315-9257 (Toll-Free)

if you're experiencing symptoms of the 2019 novel coronavirus.

Do not call 911 unless it is an emergency.

211 Manitoba is a free, confidential, 24/7 service that connects individuals to government, health, and social services that are available across the province. The service helps Manitobans who are looking to find the right community or social resource but don’t know where to start. 211 Manitoba also makes it easy for service providers and first responders to direct others to the right resource.

Phone: 211 or visit:

The project objectives are to:

* Enhance opportunities for social inclusion among older Winnipeggers.

* Reduce Barriers to accessing transportation by increasing affordable transportation options.

* Develop community capacity to identify and engage socially excluded older adults.

* Increase the communication and coordination of services between organizations.

Programs and Services

for Seniors

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Active Aging Canada, in partnership with its members, encourages Canadian adults and older adults to maintain and enhance their well-being and independence through a lifestyle that embraces physical activity and an active living philosophy with the end goal of healthy active aging.

Toll Free: 1.800.549.9799

The program is regulated by Manitoba Infrastructure and administered by Manitoba Possible. The Program ensures that when a person has difficulty walking more than 50 meters they can park in one of the specially designated parking spots in lots across the province.

Anyone who needs the full-time assistance of a mobility aid such as a wheelchair, walker, cane, or crutches is eligible for a Parking Permit. Temporary Permits are also available to allow you to use designated spaces during your recovery period (as certified by your health care professional).

People are eligible for the Permit even if they don't own a vehicle. The numbered Permit can be hung in the rear view mirror of any car as long as the registered Permit holder is also in the car.

You can pick up an application for a Parking Permit at any Manitoba Possible regional office throughout Manitoba, at your doctor's office, Manitoba Public Insurance Service Centre or your local municipal office.

You can also print your own application. Simply click on one of the PDF links below to open an application document. Print it out, fill it in and forward the completed form to Parking Permit Program Office 1857 Notre Dame Avenue, Winnipeg MB, R3E 3E7

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