RTOERO signed a joint letter to the Ontario Government to express grave concerns over Bill 7, More Beds, Better Care Act, 2022. Other signatories include: […]
There’s growing recognition that members of the public need to be involved in preventative public health projects. Many societal health problems are avoidable and designing […]
This spring, RTOERO board members and Political Advocacy Committee members met with federal ministers and members of Parliament to speak about critical issues that matter to seniors across Canada. RTOERO offered its expertise and insight to help policy makers on any questions in which a seniors’ perspective would be useful.
On June 9, 2022, during the RTOERO Vibrant Voices webinar Human rights denied: Canadians against ageism, Margaret Gillis and Dr. Kiran Rabheru from the International […]
Toronto, May 25, 2021 – RTOERO is sounding the alarm on issues of dignity and survival during the federal election campaign. This month, it launched […]
It’s no secret that getting a new car has been a challenge with disruptions to the supply chain. We’ve also seen the cost of used […]
According to a 2021 national survey conducted by March of Dimes Canada, 78 per cent of us want to stay in our homes, but the […]