Less time shoveling and more time relaxing!

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Did you know when the retirement age of 65 was first established in 1880, life expectancy was about 67? That’s right: by the time you retired, you had about two whole years to put your feet up, relax, and reflect on your life! 

In the years since, thanks to the wonders of medicine, better food, and safer jobsites, our life expectancies have increased. The average Canadian now lives to 82. 

There was already so much to consider before moving or deciding to stay put. Now, you also need to contend with COVID-19. How do you pick somewhere that will support your changing lifestyle while ensuring you stay safe and healthy? 

Our downsizing manual is designed to help you think through the challenges and opportunities of aging so you can make the best possible decision for yourself, your family, and any others that are important to you. 

We would love to hear your feedback on our guide or any questions you have-call or email anytime. 

Jordan and Louis

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