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October 19, 2020 When British Columbians go to the polls on Oct. 24, RTOERO is urging them to elect age-friendly candidates. Through a digital campaign, […]

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The caregiver crisis: New research exposes gaps in our care system
The caregiver crisis: New research exposes gaps in our care system

This article was originally published in the fall 2019 issue of Renaissance Magazine. When we talk about aging, we don’t always talk about the people […]

5 signs you’re ready to retire
5 signs you’re ready to retire

One definition of retirement is to withdraw from working life. While you may stop payed work, retirement isn’t about withdrawing. It’s a time to unleash […]

RTOERO is for everyone in the education community

RTOERO is a bilingual trusted voice on healthy, active living in the retirement journey for the broader education community. With 81,000+ members in 51 districts […]

Becoming a member of RTOERO is easy

RTOERO is a bilingual trusted voice on healthy, active living in the retirement journey for the broader education community. With 81,000+ members in 51 districts […]

5 Ws of RTOERO Membership
5 Ws of RTOERO Membership

What is RTOERO known for? RTOERO is known as a bilingual trusted voice on healthy, active living in the retirement journey for the broader education […]

Ready. Set. Retire
Ready. Set. Retire

Looking forward to a rewarding retirement? Here are some ways to get started. 1. Stay social. When people leave the workplace, they lose a built-in […]

Are you ready for retirement?
Are you ready for retirement?

When people think about retirement, money is top of mind. A survey from Nielsen found that 70% of Canadians worry they’re not saving enough. Finances […]

5 things you might not know about the RTOERO Foundation
5 things you might not know about the RTOERO Foundation

Wondering about our Foundation? Here are five facts you might not know about us. 1) We receive no government funding – we rely on voluntary […]

Meet Lynn Zhu, post-doctoral fellow and part of the next generation of geriatric researchers
Meet Lynn Zhu, post-doctoral fellow and part of the next generation of geriatric researchers

What got you interested in the field of aging?  My grandparents have played a huge role in my life. Observing them and their friends made […]