Take control of your retirement

News Nov 22, 2006 Flamborough Review

Forget everything you thought you knew about retirement. Forever Young Newsmagazine - published by the Flamborough Review's parent company, Metroland Printing and Publishing - is sending you back to school for a little Retirement 101.

This one-day education event, taking place on October 22, at the John Bassett Theatre in the Metro Convention Centre in Toronto, will give you a whole new perspective on retirement. Show organizers want to throw out the stereotype of retirement and focus on what it truly is - the next stage of life, where freedom is as true to its definition as it can possibly get.

Keynote speaker, author and Forever Young columnist PJ Wade will be the master of ceremonies, and will run a seminar on housing. She will be joined by professionals in the health, finance and travel industries who specialize in understanding the needs of older Canadians.

"When people hear the word retirement, we tend to think of it spanning only a few years, but in reality, it is decades of actively-involved years," said Wade. "We don't appreciate the length of time we actually do have,"

Part of making retirement the best years of your life is knowledge. For an admission fee of $15 per person, attendees will get a full day of information-packed seminars. There will be displays in the foyer, a loot bag with take-home information, giveaways, and an end-of-day reception where industry experts will answer further questions.

More than 1,500 people between the ages of 50 and 65 are expected to attend. Group ticket rates are also available. For more information call Forever Young Newsmagazine at (905)815-0017.

Take control of your retirement

News Nov 22, 2006 Flamborough Review

Forget everything you thought you knew about retirement. Forever Young Newsmagazine - published by the Flamborough Review's parent company, Metroland Printing and Publishing - is sending you back to school for a little Retirement 101.

This one-day education event, taking place on October 22, at the John Bassett Theatre in the Metro Convention Centre in Toronto, will give you a whole new perspective on retirement. Show organizers want to throw out the stereotype of retirement and focus on what it truly is - the next stage of life, where freedom is as true to its definition as it can possibly get.

Keynote speaker, author and Forever Young columnist PJ Wade will be the master of ceremonies, and will run a seminar on housing. She will be joined by professionals in the health, finance and travel industries who specialize in understanding the needs of older Canadians.

"When people hear the word retirement, we tend to think of it spanning only a few years, but in reality, it is decades of actively-involved years," said Wade. "We don't appreciate the length of time we actually do have,"

Part of making retirement the best years of your life is knowledge. For an admission fee of $15 per person, attendees will get a full day of information-packed seminars. There will be displays in the foyer, a loot bag with take-home information, giveaways, and an end-of-day reception where industry experts will answer further questions.

More than 1,500 people between the ages of 50 and 65 are expected to attend. Group ticket rates are also available. For more information call Forever Young Newsmagazine at (905)815-0017.

Take control of your retirement

News Nov 22, 2006 Flamborough Review

Forget everything you thought you knew about retirement. Forever Young Newsmagazine - published by the Flamborough Review's parent company, Metroland Printing and Publishing - is sending you back to school for a little Retirement 101.

This one-day education event, taking place on October 22, at the John Bassett Theatre in the Metro Convention Centre in Toronto, will give you a whole new perspective on retirement. Show organizers want to throw out the stereotype of retirement and focus on what it truly is - the next stage of life, where freedom is as true to its definition as it can possibly get.

Keynote speaker, author and Forever Young columnist PJ Wade will be the master of ceremonies, and will run a seminar on housing. She will be joined by professionals in the health, finance and travel industries who specialize in understanding the needs of older Canadians.

"When people hear the word retirement, we tend to think of it spanning only a few years, but in reality, it is decades of actively-involved years," said Wade. "We don't appreciate the length of time we actually do have,"

Part of making retirement the best years of your life is knowledge. For an admission fee of $15 per person, attendees will get a full day of information-packed seminars. There will be displays in the foyer, a loot bag with take-home information, giveaways, and an end-of-day reception where industry experts will answer further questions.

More than 1,500 people between the ages of 50 and 65 are expected to attend. Group ticket rates are also available. For more information call Forever Young Newsmagazine at (905)815-0017.