The City of Brandon’s population in the 2016 Census was 48,859, just over a 6% increase from the 2011 Census. Brandon’s growth has kept pace with the fastest growing cities in Canada and demonstrates the opportunities available for individuals, families, and businesses to grow and succeed. According to the 2011 Census, the City’s landmass is approximately 77 square kilometres, and has an estimated trading population of 180,000.

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The concept of “age-friendly” is built on the World Health Organization’s healthy aging framework, which encourages active aging by optimizing opportunities for health, participation and security in order to enhance quality of life as people age.

Age Friendly Brandon’s inaugural meeting was held Oct 2013, the committee has been working towards creating a healthy environment for all ages in Brandon ever since. Sitting as a Committee of Council, Age Friendly Brandon comprises of two members of Council, an appointed position from the Prairie Mountain Health and 6 at large citizens.

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WCGtv is a non-profit organization that works hard supporting local communities and sharing their stories. Our local programming is an important service for western Manitoba communities that only WCGtv provides.

Our programming is about the things you do and value, and it’s created with your help. Our volunteers and staff work hard to provide important, relevant, and even on occasion live programming about what’s happening in your community.

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Age Friendly Mission – To facilitate healthy aging by providing leadership and encouraging collaboration in creating age-friendly places (communities) that optimize the ability of all older Manitobans to do the things they feel are important.

As an association, MASC is committed to……Facilitating healthy aging connected to community life, for older Manitobans and their families, by integrating program design and delivery of front line services through leadership, learning, connection and community engagement.

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The Brandon Regional Health Centre Foundation is a non-profit, volunteer driven organization.  Our mission is “to raise funds to support healthcare needs in the regional community.  Donations help fund a variety of purchases, programs and projects helping us to make a difference in the healthcare of all who are served by the Brandon Regional Health Centre.

For more information visit: https://www.brhcfoundation.ca/