Saskatchewan Seniors Mechanism

Seniors Working Together

Welcome to Saskatchewan Seniors Mechanism

 

The Saskatchewan Seniors Mechanism (SSM) is a non-profit, volunteer organization.  It acts as an umbrella to bring together Saskatchewan seniors’ organizations to contribute to a better quality of life for our province’s older adults.

 

About Sask Seniors Mechanism

Formed in 1990, the Saskatchewan Seniors Mechanism office is located in downtown Regina. Learn about our mission and vision. View our history or see who our staff are.

Become a Member/Supporter!

Our current members are from throughout the province and represent specific seniors’ interests.  Collectively, these groups represent upwards of 100,000 seniors.

Gray Matters

Gray Matters is published 4 times per year.

  • January
  • April
  • July
  • October

Events Calendar

Highlights

Media & Ageism

For info on Media & Ageism or becoming a media monitor click the button.
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A Century of Memories

This book is full of true stories about real people who pioneeered the province of Saskatchewan.  It brings to life the good times, bad times and just the regular snippets of the life of those who are presently 90+.  It is entertaining as well as historical.

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Entertainment Directory

SSM has compiled a directory of individuals and groups who are willing to entertain at a nominal/no fee.  Please contact these individuals/groups directly at the number indicated on the data base. 

Access Directory

SSM News

Moose Jaw now has a Century Club!

SSM is thrilled to announce that the city of Moose Jaw now has a Century Club. Yesterday we travelled to Moose Jaw for the first event. Hosted by The Bentley - who welcomed us all! Providing drinks and a buffet of snacks! Their friendly service was wonderful and we...

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Happy Holidays from the staff at SSM!

(left to right: Michel Sorensen, Program Coordinator; Lynne Couzens, Administrative Assistant; Holly Schick, Executive Director; Beth Stilborn, Office Assistant; Linda Anderson, Media and Ageism Coordinator)

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