Working in your 60s and 70s is a reality – businesses just need to realize it, Don Pittis writes There’s a...
Strengthening Canadians’ Financial Consumer Protection Framework Canadian investors need strong consumer protection...
Pressure is mounting on Prime Minister Stephen Harper to enhance the Canada Pension Plan after Prince Edward Island...
By Susan Eng A lot of Canadians don’t save enough for retirement and many oppose any suggestion to increase CPP...
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TORONTO, ON She's 85 and boy is she still going strong! “I hope the gods of longevity don’t get me for that one!” She adds with a chuckle. Her name is Carol Libman and she's been answering questions for CARP members since 1988.... read more »
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Can anyone in Canada afford to retire? What is happening to all the private and public pension funds? CARP's North Fraser Chapter Chair, Bruce Bird, discusses the pension fix we are proposing with David Berner on this Shaw TV television... read more »
Working in your 60s and 70s is a reality - businesses just need to realize it, Don Pittis writes There's a revolution coming. That's what employment experts are saying, and David Hurdon is one of the growing number of Canadians who... read more »
New figures from Statistics Canada show that 92 percent of all seniors aged 65 and older are living at home, while the majority of seniors in private homes are living as a couple or in a common-law relationship. A long-standing... read more »
This is part of a series of stories on retirement and second home destinations in North America. On weekends when Steve Goldberger takes the stage with one of his bands at a popular bar at the edge of this scenic town, he doesn’t... read more »
CARP members have been offered a 50% discount for the March 3rd pension reform talk Baby Boom Bust in Toronto. This talk will explore how Canada can “get pension planning right”. Featuring pension experts Jim Leech and Jacquie... read more »
The shutdown of a private nursing home is raising questions about the safety of Nova Scotia seniors. Fire officials and police responded to Marilyn’s Country Haven for Seniors in Stewiacke, N.S. Wednesday morning and removed patients... read more »
By Susan Eng, VP of CARP Advocacy The key challenge facing the Ontario Advisory Panel on Retirement Income Security is to determine how best to help middle income earners save more for their own retirement. No option is off the... read more »
Editor’s Note: On February 11th, Jeffrey Simpson, a national affairs columnist with the Globe and Mail published an article about the Federal Budget. Mr. Simpson deplores “the creeping, inexorable increases in spending on the... read more »