Our Partners

Newfoundland & Labrador Centre For Applied Health Research:


NLCAHR has been our partner since our very beginning. ARC-NL and NLCAHR co-convene the Research Exchange Group on Aging (REG on Aging). 

About NLCAHR: NLCAHR's mission is to contribute to the effectiveness of the health and community services system of Newfoundland and Labrador and to the physical, social, and psychological health and well-being of the province's population by supporting the development and use of applied health research in this province.


The Harris Centre:


ARC-NL has partnered with the Harris Centre, particularly the Population Project, to fund research grants exploring topics on aging in NL.

About the Harris Centre: "Our mission is to encourage informed regional policy and development in Newfoundland and Labrador by supporting communication and collaboration between Memorial University and the people of this province."


ARC-NL has a partnered with the Centre for Aging + Brain Health Innovation (CABHI) to advance the development and testing of aging and brain health innovations in Newfoundland and Labrador. About CABHI: CABHI is a unique collaboration of health care, science, industry, not-for-profit and government partners whose aim is to help improve quality of life for the world's aging population, allowing older adults to age safely in the setting of their choice while maintaining their cognitive, emotional, and physical well-being. CABHI facilitates collaborations among innovators, healthcare providers, private sector partners, government and consumers. Through its funding programs, CABHI helps global innovators gain access to key user groups in order to test, develop, validate and accelerate their solutions in the field of aging and brain health.


Seniors NL:


SeniorsNL is an important resource for seniors of this province, and are a planning partner for our future conference.

About SeniorsNL: "We are dedicated to promoting the independence and well-being of older adults in Newfoundland and Labrador through the provision of information as well as various programs and services."

Contact Information:

Call: 709-737-2333
Toll-free: 1-800-563-5599 (in NL)
Email: info@seniorsnl.ca