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OC Transpo Senior Riders

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Ottawa Tax Deferral Program

Ontario’s Drug Plans: How much do I pay?

The Ontario Drug Benefit (ODB) Program

Canada Benefits for seniors

Ontario Trillium Benefit

Ontario Energy and Property Tax Credit

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RIFF Annual Minimum Payment Schedule

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Retail Senior Discount

Note: Some restrictions apply to some of the offers listed below. Please check if there are any limitations or conditions. Offers are subject to change without notice.


  • The Hudson Bay (age 60+) First Tuesday of Every Month  15% Discount
  • Canadian Tire (age: 65+) 10% off regular priced items, first Wednesday of every month.
  • Value Village (age  55+) 10% off your purchase, every Tuesday.


  • Shopper’s Drug Mart (age 65+) Every Thursday receive 20% discount provided you have an Optimum Card. Receive a $10 gift card if you spend $50 or more provided you have an Optimum Card, the last Thursday of every month
  • Rexall PharmaPlus (age 55+) 20% off your purchase of regular priced merchandise every Tuesday of the month


  • M&M Meats (60+) 5% discount, 10% if you spend over $30.00
  • Bulk Barn 10% Seniors Discount every Wednesday
  • Laura Secord offers 15% discount on the first Monday of every Month

Restaurants/Fast Food

  • Wendy’s – Free Coffee, Tea or Water with any order
  • Mandarine Chinese Buffet (age 65+) 20% off the buffet price
  • McDonalds (age 60+) Large coffee for $0.85, every day
  • A&W (age: 60+) 10% off food purchases, every day


  • Via Rail (age 60+) 10% all year long on the Economy Plus fare and on regular Sleeper, Sleeper Plus and Touring fares
  • Greyhound (age: 62+) 10% off your purchase, every day
  • OC Transpo (age 65+) Free bus transportation all day Wednesdays


  • Parks Canada Pass (age 65+) Discount on a yearly pass to National Parks or historic sites
  • Marriott (age 62+) 15% discount
  • Best Western (55+) 10% discount


  • Free Shingles Vacine for Ontario Seniors
    Ontario seniors between the ages of 65 and 70 can now get the vaccine to prevent shingles at no charge, saving $170 and likely preventing a case of the painful skin disease.