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105 Year Old Lady Shares The Secret To Happiness

Training to be a Mountie in Saskatchewan - Lonely Planet travel video

Mr. Overton

Training to be a Mountie in Saskatchewan - Lonely Planet travel video

Keep your mind active

Keeping your mind active and sharp is important for any age. See the link below for a daily cross word and other simple fun games from Readers Digest.

Ontario's guide to programs and services for seniors

Find information on resources available for seniors in Ontario, including tax credits, health, caregiving, housing, driving and staying safe.

Ontario Society of Senior Citizens Organizations

OSSCO’s programs include: Educational Programs, Community Outreach and Support, Self-help Services, Volunteer Programs, Public Policy Awareness, Research and a toll free telephone line for information, referral, counselling and mediated access:

1-800-265-0779.

Stay in the loop

You are still part of the team, retired or not. Keep up to date as to what is going on in the force today.

Fill your time

So your retired, does not mean that your work is done.  Fill your time with things you enjoy to do and get paid for it. Get a part time job!

Ontario still needs your help

The Ontario Provincial Police needs your help. Without the public’s assistance, many of these cases could remain unsolved.