The MFDA has launched a seniors’ section on its website.

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“Seniors are one of the fastest growing demographics in Canada and a priority for the MFDA. Approximately 30% of all formal disciplinary proceedings taken by our enforcement department involve seniors or other vulnerable groups. The seniors’ section of the MFDA website contains information about the assistance that the MFDA can provide to seniors, as well as a library of links to on-line resources directed towards Canadian seniors,” says MFDA president and CEO Mark Gordon.

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The new section can be found here.

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