New at the CLSA

2018
Jan
4 th

CLSA Achieves Data Access Milestone: 100 Approved Projects and Counting!

The CLSA recently achieved a major data access milestone with the approval of the 100th researcher-led project using CLSA data.

2017
Nov
29 th

Public Event: Medication and Deprescription, Universite de Sherbooke

On November 16th, 2017, the CLSA Data Collection Site at the Universite de Sherbrooke hosted a public event about managing medications as we age for CLSA participants and guests.

2017
Nov
10 th

Public Event: Living Longer, Living Better – Insights from the CLSA, Winnipeg, Manitoba

On October 21st, 2017, the CLSA Data Collection Site at the University of Manitoba hosted a participant symposium at the Canadian Association on Gerontology (CAG) Annual Scientific and Educational Meeting. 

2017
Oct
17 th

"Aging is an asset, not a burden" says CLSA Lead Principal Investigator

The CLSA's Lead Principal Investigator, Dr. Parminder Raina, published an op-ed titled, "It's time to treat aging as an asset, not a burden" 

2017
Sep
28 th

CLSA research showcased in La Presse article about healthy aging

An article in La Presse explains how research using CLSA data may help us find the key to living a longer, healthier life.

2017
Sep
19 th

Public Event: Nutrition and Aging, McGill University

On September 10th, 2017, the CLSA Data Collection Site at McGill University hosted a public presentation about nutrition and aging. 

2017
Sep
13 th

CLSA Webinar Series 2017-2018

The Canadian Longitudinal Study on Aging (CLSA)’s webinar series covering a broad range of topics related to the study of health and aging will resume this fall with a focus on CLSA researchers’ findings.

 

2017
Jun
20 th

Update: Technical issues now resolved

Update: All technical issues have been resolved.

The Canadian Longitudinal Study on Aging (CLSA) is currently experiencing technical issues affecting our toll-free helpline and info@clsa-elcv.ca. Please note there may be a delay in responding to your message. We apologize for any inconvenience and thank you for your patience. 

2017
May
29 th

Federal Government invests in research on healthy aging

The Honourable Jane Philpott, Minister of Health, today announced that the Government of Canada is providing a total of $1.7 million to support 25 projects to be carried out by researchers across the country to use and analyze baseline data from the Canadian Longitudinal Study on Aging (CLSA) to answer important health questions.

2017
May
11 th

Public Event: Research Update on the CLSA

On May 16, the Canadian Longitudinal Study on Aging (CLSA) site at the University of Calgary held a CLSA Research Update Event.