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Visit our booth!
Visit our booth!

Please visit our booth – virtual booth, that is. Each year, our team attends dozens of conferences and seminars. We connect directly with future members […]

Three resources to help you design a giving plan in Canada
Three resources to help you design a giving plan in Canada

You may think you need to be rich to be a philanthropist—but that’s not the case! You can create a giving plan that targets issues […]

Age in place: Make your home and routines safe for healthy aging
Age in place: Make your home and routines safe for healthy aging

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 […]

Webinar: How to create a giving strategy that works for today and the future
Webinar: How to create a giving strategy that works for today and the future

This webinar was presented on Dec. 9, 2021 by the RTOERO Foundation featuring Paul Nazareth, MFA-P, vice-president, education and development for the Canadian Association of […]

New RTOERO white papers shed light on healthy aging
New RTOERO white papers shed light on healthy aging

How can Canadians age the best? That’s a critical question for a country where almost 18% of the population is over 65, heading to 20% […]

The nuances of ageism: How intersectionality can impact the experience of aging
The nuances of ageism: How intersectionality can impact the experience of aging

Ageism has significant individual and societal consequences. When ageism intersects with other forms of bias, individuals’ implications can worsen. Canada will soon be a super-aged […]

Healthy at any age: Understanding wellness across the lifespan
Healthy at any age: Understanding wellness across the lifespan

In a society that values youth and physical appearance, aging may seem like something to try to avoid. But everyone ages. It’s natural. Canada will […]

The health coverage gap: How Canadian retirees can protect themselves against the inevitable
The health coverage gap: How Canadian retirees can protect themselves against the inevitable

Health and wealth. People want to preserve both. But health care can be a drain on personal budgets, especially in retirement. At RTOERO, we want […]

5 ways to think about retirement planning… and money isn’t one of them
5 ways to think about retirement planning… and money isn’t one of them

During the 2020s, some 5 million Canadians will turn 65. The Baby Boomer generation has quickened the pace of retirements. At RTOERO, we want people […]

Webinar: The Women’s Age Lab and gendered ageism with focus on older women
Webinar: The Women’s Age Lab and gendered ageism with focus on older women

Presented by the RTOERO Foundation and featuring Dr. Paula Rochon, RTOERO Chair in Geriatric Medicine and Dr. Rachel Savage, epidemiologist and a Research Scientist at […]