Expanding CPP won’t help most financially vulnerable seniors

Seniors living alone are much more likely to be in low income than other seniors and won't be helped by any CPP expansion

Expanding CPP won’t help most financially vulnerable seniorsBy Charles Lammam and Hugh MacIntyre The Fraser Institute After years of debate, the Trudeau Liberals have rekindled the push to expand the Canada Pension Plan (CPP), with the federal government committed to achieving an agreement with the provinces. Finance Minister Bill Morneau will soon meet with his provincial counterparts to discuss options on how…

Why Canadians need to have end of life conversations

People who have end of life conversations with their doctors and family members are much more likely to be satisfied with their care

Why Canadians need to have end of life conversationsCanadians are likely to have many important conversations with their loved ones over the holidays, but probably most won’t talk about what should happen in the event they can no longer speak or make medical decisions for themselves. It’s what’s called Advance Care Planning, and while experts say most of us should do this well…
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