The Toronto Public Library held an information session on February 3rd, 2014 for those who live with low-income and are...
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...
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CARP LGBT/Budget Poll Report: Key Findings LGBT March 7, 2013: While very few CARP members identify as LGBT, a wide majority, however, know someone, in their family, a friend or an acquaintance, who is gay. In line with... read more »
The Huffington Post's Cleo Hamel recently wrote an article on online tax filing. As part of her article Ms. Hamel included CARP's concerns over the increasing promotion of internet based financial products and management software. You... read more »
CARP members see reduced voter participation as a bigger problem than voter fraud; want public hearings on Fair Elections Act – CARP Poll™
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE March 9, 2014 TORONTO, MARCH 10, 2014 - While 4-in-10 CARP members (41%) say voter fraud is a problem in Canada, virtually all say the real problem is voter participation (94%), and more than a third agree... read more »
The Toronto Public Library held an information session on February 3rd, 2014 for those who live with low-income and are trying to plan for their retirement. Consumer advocate and journalist Ellen Roseman as well as Writer/Policy Historian... read more »
Three ex-staff members of a long-term care facility in southwest Calgary are facing assault charges. Police say the family of a man in his 90s approached them early last month with concerns their loved one had been physically... read more »
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 »