Monthly Archives: June 2016

Later life, self-employment and the CPP “fluster-bust”.

Over the years as I have coached or mentored clients on their entrepreneurial options, the solopreneurs who have chosen to structure themselves as a sole proprietor, very often forgot to consider that they needed to figure in to their financials … Continue reading

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Aging and a Place to call a Home

Last November in my blog post Canadian Collaborations for an Aging World, I focused on the newly announced Centre of Excellence for Innovation in Aging. This integrated model is an example that brings together research, learning and actual living spaces … Continue reading

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Help the inter-generational narrative on longevity.

Last week I was researching for a number of presentations, meetings and blog posts, contemplating the big picture of the social transformation we are experiencing, concerning aging demographics in a longevity society, within the context of other global economic and … Continue reading

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Re-Thinking Ageing Conference: New Date

Toronto based National Institute on Ageing (NIA) announced last week, the new dates for their Re-Thinking Ageing Conference 2016 – Nov.24 & 25. Produced in Canada in partnership with the Ontario Gerontology Association and the Ted Rogers School of Management … Continue reading

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