Monthly Archives: January 2012

Old Age Security:The Rant is Afire

Well since last week’s posting, Mr. Flaherty’s “chosen path” on Canada’s OAS reform may not be totally clear – but the rant is afire! As I said before, with the aging demographics in Canada being what they are, something will have … Continue reading

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Financing Longevity:Moving the Goalposts

Moving the goalposts for those over 65–on Canada Pension Plan (CPP) and Old Age Security (OAS) seems to be one of those prickly calibrations that hasn’t exactly taken the mob to the street in protest. Well not yet, like in … Continue reading

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For What Joe Asks–the Promise of Longevity?

The gifts of conversation are falling my way gracefully at this start to 2012. Like – what is the promise of longevity in the 21st century? Always my opening question. And along comes an article by Joe Schlesinger this week … Continue reading

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Jane Fonda Joins Longevity Revolution

In the opening minute of the TED Talk video “Life’s Third Act” Jane Fonda wraps herself in the flag of the Longevity Revolution and she’s onboard as a very clear voice for the movement. This is a good investment of … Continue reading

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Chasing Cures:The Aging Fix Is In

Welcome to 2012. As always as years turn over, we get past year reviews and new year predictions, prescriptions and promises for better futures. So it quickly fed my mind on the subject of longevity for this first new year’s … Continue reading

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