Welcome to 411 Seniors Centre Society!

Serving Seniors Since 1972

Our Mission Statement
To give older adults voice and provide access to information, activities and sustainable services in a culturally sensitive environment that enhances the quality of their lives, and to expand our reach through collaboration and partnerships with like-minded organizations.

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411 Seniors Centre Recycling Program

Did you know that 411 Seniors Centre is now composting and recycling almost everything?

In order to reduce waste and comply with the City of Vancouver’s Organic Waste disposal program, 411 Seniors Centre has initiated a new recycling program. To view the guidelines, check out the posters displayed at the centre. Thank-you for your cooperation!

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Seniors’ Housing in B.C. Report

The Seniors Advocate Calls for More Help for Low-Income Renters and Homeowners, a Fundamental Redesign of Assisted Living, and Changes to Help Seniors Access their Preferred Residential Care Bed Faster.

Click here to read the report.

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CNA Election Town Halls on October 7 in Vancouver Granville

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National Seniors Day


The Government of Canada is proud to pay tribute to the seniors who have helped build our country and continue to make valuable contributions to Canadian communities, workplaces and society.

National Seniors Day is an occasion for all Canadians to appreciate and celebrate seniors. Click on the banner above or link below to find tips and resources to celebrate the day and commemorate the seniors in your life.


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Voting in the Federal General Election on 19 October 2015


Make sure that you are registered with Elections Canada.   You can do this online at: http://www.elections.ca/home.aspx or in person at your local Elections Canada office.  Telephone (toll free) 1-800-463-6868 to get the address.  People who are deaf or hard of hearing can call (toll free) TTY 1-800-361-8935.

Make sure you have the right identification documents in order to vote.  The mailed notice of where to vote is no longer a valid piece of identification. Show one of these pieces of ID: your driver’s licence, your provincial or territorial ID card, or any other government card with your photo, name and current address (printed, not hand written).  If not, show two pieces of ID, one of which must have your printed address – for example, your health card and a recent utility bill or bank statement. Check the website or office to see the full options.

The website has information about advance voting and special mail voting options if you will be away from home on October 19.

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