CARP members will no doubt recall that the Ontario Retirement Pension Plan (ORPP) was first proposed in the minority...
CARP before the Standing Committee to implement Ontario’s Budget CARP reviews the Ontario Budget proposals before the...
Dr. Francis Jean, Founder & President, IRIS The entire staff of CARP was shocked and saddened to learn of the sudden...
Special guest Priscilla Presley will be in town for the festival, and promoting cool new book, Shades of Elvis By...
In the Spotlight
By A. Boomer A. Boomer is a CARP member who shares his experiences growing up middle aged, every two weeks in the CARP ActionOnline newsletter. He is back by popular demand with his new blog, The Middle Aged Guide to Growing Up, after... read more »
Dementia expert, Karen Tyrell, offers answers to www.carp.ca visitors for their situation-specific questions. Karen is a dementia consultant who can point you in the right direction, giving quick insight and personalized answers to help... read more »
Our Top News
July 14th, 2014: CARP was interviewed for the July 14th, 2014 edition of the Globe and Mail. The article says that even though the wealth of seniors has increased, many still need and want to work well into what would traditionally... read more »
You may be rich—if only you could find those long-lost investments According to the Canadian Press, there could be anywhere from $4 billion to $7 billion in unclaimed assets sitting in accounts right now. The Bank of Canada alone... read more »
One of the great worries for parents is how to balance their needs for retirement with a desire to take care of their kids and give them a financial helping hand One of the great worries for parents is how to balance their needs for... read more »
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE CMA, CARP challenge candidates to adopt National Seniors Care Strategy Open letter to federal by-election candidates Ottawa, Toronto (June 27, 2014) — A majority of the candidates but only two of... read more »
The Canadian Medical Association (CMA) and retiree advocates CARP are teaming up to force seniors’ care onto the agenda of four federal byelections this month, using them as a trial run for the 2015 federal election. The two... read more »
It’s been a long time coming. Five years ago, during the midst of the financial crisis, the federal government introduced a new Task Force on Financial Literacy which recommended “urgent action on a national strategy to strengthen... read more »