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October 1, 2020 More than 500 RTOERO members and friends of the RTOERO foundation have signed up for the RTOERO Foundation’s annual Social Isolation Awareness […]
This article first appeared in Liaison, our member newsletter. It’s taken a pandemic for many Canadians to understand one of the country’s biggest health risks […]
Choosing your insurance plan for retirement is one of the most important decisions you’ll make as you prepare for retirement. When you retire from the […]
This article first appeared in Liaison, our member newsletter. Healthy older adults can generate just as many new brain cells as young teenagers. That’s the […]
RTOERO and the National Association of Federal Retirees (Federal Retirees) have partnered to launch Vibrant Voices, an advocacy campaign to represent the interests and concerns […]
By 2026, more than 20 per cent of our population will be 65 years and older, the majority of whom will be women. Our aging population is expanding, […]
RTOERO Executive Director Jim Grieve shares why RTOERO is your one-stop-shop for volunteer opportunities in retirement.