social media influencers

Senior influencer Sandra Sallin, 80, poses for a portrait at home, Friday, Aug. 20, 2021, in Los Angeles. Sallin is among a growing number of seniors making names for themselves on social media. (AP Photo/Chris Pizzello)

Social media’s 70-up ‘grandfluencers’ debunking aging myths

Most people ages 50 and up use technology to stay connected to friends and family, according to a 2019 survey by AARP


Abbotsford’s Kris Collins turned to TikTok out of boredom when the provincial COVID-19 lockdown began in March 2020. She now has over 23 million followers on the video app. Photo: Submitted

Internet famous: Abbotsford’s Kris Collins is a TikTok comedy queen

Collins has found surprise stardom alone with a phone


Phone screen in hand. (Pixabay)

Fraser Health recruiting ‘health influencers’ to help bend the COVID-19 curve

People aged 20 to 29 now represent 30 per cent of the new cases