We are a national, multidisciplinary scientific and educational association established to provide leadership in matters related to the aging population. A registered Canadian charity, the CAG was founded on October 15, 1971.
Our membership is a dynamic mix of people interested in the field of gerontology including health care professionals, researchers, academics, administrators, government representatives, students and seniors. Learn about the benefits of joining the CAG.
CAG2020: Closing the Research-Practice Gap. The Canadian Association on Gerontology will hold its 49th Annual Scientific and Educational Meeting from October 22-24 in Regina, Saskatchewan, Canada.
Call for abstracts in January 2020!
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