By Tyler Sutherland
University of Manitoba researchers from the Centre on Aging will be tackling questions at the 29th annual spring research symposium today.
They will be exploring issues seniors face and finding ways to improve their quality of life. The symposium coincides with the centre’s 30th anniversary, making it among the oldest of the aging research centres in Canada.
Presenters will speak at the day-long symposium at the Brodie Centre on the U of M’s Bannatyne campus from 8:45 a.m. to 4 p.m.
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