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The Office of the Seniors Advocate has released a report summarizing the disproportionate challenges to healthy aging experienced by seniors living in B.C.’s rural communities. The report looks at the differences between rural and urban seniors’ populations and examines a range of services and supports to compare service levels between what is available in both rural and urban B.C. Overall, the report concludes that rural B.C. has a proportionately higher and faster growing seniors’ population with fewer resources and services when compared to the urban seniors’ population.

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