MONTREAL, Oct. 23, 2012 /CNW Telbec/ - This press conference will officially launch a one-year pilot project funded by the Autorité des marchés financiers whose goal is to more comprehensively address the issue of financial fraud affecting seniors from ethnocultural communities. For this first year, three ethnocultural communities were chosen, namely the Greek, Italian and Portuguese. They were prioritized due to the high number of seniors in these communities stemming from an older immigration.
|DATE :||Wenesday, October 24th 2012|
|TIME :||10 AM|
|VENUE :|| 7000 Park Avenue, suite 414C
(4th floor, down the hall, in front of the main elevator).
ACCÉSSS and the AMF representatives will be available on site for interviews and to answer questions on the project's goals and objectives. Interviews will be accepted in English, French and Spanish. Partner organization's representatives will also answer questions regarding the project's impact on their own communities.
SOURCE: Alliance of cultural communities for equality in health and social services (ACCÉSSS)
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