Now Hiring: Outreach and Communications Lead

Position: Outreach and Communications LeadType: 100% FTE (37.5 hours weekly)Responsible To: Executive Director, Community Links Community Links is a Nova Scotia-based community organization that promotes and supports age friendlycommunities by connecting individuals and organizations, with a vision that all Nova Scotians can age well in their communities. Community Links is growing and we’re seeking an … Read more

Microgrant Applications Open

Community Links Association is offering small, one-time only grants of up to $1000 to assist existing senior-serving community organizations in supporting older adults in need. Funding requests can include a wide variety of immediate supports and services such as: Fuel for vehicles, power tools and generators Meals, groceries and water  Personal care items   Outreach and social … Read more

A New Lens on Older Nova Scotians

Community Links and the Nova Scotia Centre on Aging invite photo submissions Many older Nova Scotians are living vibrant, active lives and are engaged in their communities. This project aims to collect photos that help tell this story, change how older Nova Scotians are viewed, and recognize important contributions made to family and community. The … Read more

2022 Annual General Meeting

Please join Community Links for its 30th Anniversary AGM, beginning with a Keynote from Dr. Michael Ungar; the founder and Director of the Resilience Research Centre at Dalhousie University Wednesday, June 15 10:00 AM – 12:00 noonSpecial keynote speaker, and Business meeting.   Celebrating Resilience through Connection In keeping with our 30th anniversary theme of … Read more

We’re Hiring – Publication Intern

Publications Intern – Canada Summer Job Position Community Links is a provincial non-profit dedicated to ensuring older adults can age well in their communities. Members include senior-serving organizations, clubs, and individuals who address aspects of aging well including physical and mental health, active living, social connection, transportation, and appropriate, affordable housing; our regionally-based Aging Well … Read more

Age Friendly in Focus

Age Friendly in Focus: Understanding access and inclusion for older adults in the built environment. Older adults 65+ in Nova Scotia are invited to take part in a research study conducted in collaboration between Community Links Nova Scotia and the PEACH Research Unit at Dalhousie University. Ways to get involved: Participate in a Community Engagement … Read more

Celebration & Conversation

Please Join the Nova Scotia Centre on Aging and Community Links on October 5, 3:30-4:30 PM for a virtual Celebration and Conversation around the contributions, talents, and dedication of older adults to their communities across Nova Scotia in celebration of Seniors Week October 1-7 In addition to our event, you can find other Seniors Week … Read more

Community Links 2021 AGM

Please join Community Links’ Board and Staff for our2020-2021 Annual General Meeting Tuesday, 21 September 2021 10:00 -11:30 AM via ZoomMeeting information will be posted and circulated to registrants. The meeting will be held to conduct the ordinary business of Community Links and hear reports from the Board Chair, Treasurer, Executive Director, and Board Governance … Read more

We are Hiring: Regional Coordinator

Apply now! We are hiring a regional coordinator for Colchester/ East Hants. Regional Coordinators spark connections and facilitate collaboration among representatives of seniors’ clubs, senior-serving organizations, business, government and individuals who address various issues of aging well.