Supporting Aging Well
and promoting
age friendly communities
since 1992


Our Mission

Aging Well Together

Community Links is a province wide organization that promotes and supports age friendly communities in Nova Scotia by connecting individuals and organizations.

We dedicate our support for our partners in the Aging Well Together Coalitions whose mission is to promote healthy aging, with an emphasis on physical activity and other factors that help prevent falls.

Latest Updates

  • 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 … 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 … 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.

For Senior-serving Organizations

FREE membership

Looking for more collaboration and learning opportunities?

We are open to seniors groups and senior serving organizations as well as community members.

For Seniors and Caregivers

Resources and toolkits

We believe that all Nova Scotians can age well in their communities.

To protect yourself and your family, visit our resources on risk factors for older people and how to address them.