Canada Revenue Agency - Information for Seniors
Income Security Programs - From the Government of Canada
Tax Tips for Seniors - Tax and Financial planning links for Seniors
Government of Canada Income Security Programs - A guide to Old Age Security, Canada Pension Plan, Guaranteed Income Supplement, Spouse's Allowance and International Benefits from Social Development Canada including the Allowance and the Allowance for the Survivor (pdf).
Government of Ontario Guaranteed Annual Income System (GAINS) - The Guaranteed Annual Income System (GAINS) program provides a guaranteed minimum income for eligible Ontario senior citizens.
International Benefits - You may be eligible for social security (pensions) benefits if you or your deceased spouse or common-law partner lived or worked in another country.
War Veterans Allowance (WVA) - The WVA is a program of Veterans Affairs Canada that provides qualified persons with a regular monthly income to meet basic needs, in recognition of war service. Veterans of the Canadian Armed Forces, Merchant Navy or Allied Forces and civilians who served in close support of the Canadian Armed Forces during wartime may be eligible. Surviving spouses, common-law partners or orphans may also qualify.
Last Post Fund - In cooperation with Veterans Affairs Canada, the Last Post Fund ensures that no eligible veteran is deprived of a dignified funeral, burial and headstone for lack of financial resources.
Scam Warning Signs - From CBC's Marketplace. Tips to help you identify a scam.
York Region Police - York Region Police information about crime prevention for seniors.
From Canada Revenue Agency
Seniors - Income tax information for seniors. Provides easy access to various topics on services relating to seniors, including information about the Canada Pension Plan and voluntary tax deductions.
Tax Information Slips - This online service allows you to view and print copies of your Old Age Security (OAS) and Canada Pension Plan (CPP) tax information slips. You can submit these copies with your Canada Revenue Agency (CRA) tax return. You can also choose to stop receiving your tax slips by mail.