Entries by Communication

“Meeting the needs of all Canadians: Older adults, affordability and mobile, wireless services” Preliminary Intervention (CRTC-2019-57) “Review of mobile wireless services”

This intervention focuses on the impact that affordability of mobile and wireless devices has on older adults in our community. It investigates the current costs of mobile wireless services influence the ability of Canada’s growing senior population to fully participate in Canadian society, as the existing pricing system is unaffordable to many Canadians who are […]

Call for abstracts – Workshop The Network Society Today: (Revisiting) the Information Age Trilogy 10-11/June/2020

Call for abstracts – Workshop The Network Society Today: (Revisiting) the Information Age Trilogy  10-11/June/2020   Manuel Castells’s The Information Age Trilogy has been one of the most influential works to understand the societal change in the awake of the digital revolution of the last decades.  It is, as Frank Webster (2002: 97) points out, one of “the most […]

“B/OLD: Aging in our city-Vieillir dans notre ville”

  By Bipasha Sultana Thinking about age-friendly cities across communities Put forth by Concordia’s ACT (Ageing, Communication, Technology) and engAGE, the Centre for Research on Aging, B/OLD is a trilingual (English, French, LSQ) event series that is open to the public, offering a multitude of thought-provoking events. These include panels and keynotes, creative workshops and […]