In Canada’s open society, aging is still an uncomfortable topic for mainstream media—but PhotoSensitive has decided to tackle it and shine light onto the lives of older adults with black and white photography. Canada's photographers are turning their collective lens to reexamine what it means to age.

Over 364,000 Quebecers are caring for an elder at least five hours a week. For many, it is a full-time job. Marie Bérubé, in her 60s, took early retirement in order to care for her dad, André, who is 93 years old.

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