The Toronto Council on Aging is led by the grassroots wisdom of older adults. We are committed to educating widely, representing and serving diverse populations, providing leadership, and aiding in the development of an age-inclusive city by building collaborative networks.

It all started back in pre-amalgamation Toronto, North York Council on Aging drew together seniors from Metropolitan Toronto’s other municipalities in order to develop an independent organization to represent and work on behalf of seniors in the new City of Toronto. Toronto Seniors Council was incorporated as a non-profit organization in 1999; in 2012 the name was changed to Toronto Council on Aging (TCA).

The Toronto Council on Aging is a non-profit, charitable organization addressing the issues and concerns of older adults in Toronto. Our inter-generational working board lifts the voices of older adults, organizes educational events, builds collaborative networks, and much more. 

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