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July 9, 2024

Is your retirement income like the dodo bird?

My middle daughter, Abby, graduated from high school in June so now we only have one daughter left to go through this rite of passage. It’s hard to believe that our time with daughters in high school is almost over....

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June 25, 2024

Graduation Season: A Perfect Time to Cultivate Your Wealth Garden

This time of year is so fun, seeing friends, families, and communities celebrating the budding young adults as they graduate from high school. Social media pages are filled with inspired smiles and sparkling, energetic eyes. Graduation marks a significant step...

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June 11, 2024

Leaving Your Legacy: The Power of Life Print

One of our family's most cherished memories occurred when we had the privilege of meeting a young boy we had sponsored for a decade. Over the years, we exchanged numerous letters, and in 2013, we finally had the opportunity to...

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May 14, 2024

The one-legged retirement disaster…

Early one morning back in March, just after the snow started melting, I was out walking my dog when I slipped on a patch of ice and fell awkwardly, spraining my left ankle pretty badly, and suffering a small fracture...

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April 23, 2024

Keys to retirement

During the Easter break, amidst a peaceful morning with a freshly brewed coffee, I found myself reflecting on the past few months' cherished moments with loved ones. One standout memory was traveling to Vancouver in February for my first Canucks...

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April 9, 2024

Custom Fit …

I remember the mixed blessing I felt as a kid outgrowing my hockey skates. Why mixed? New is always exciting, and growing out of my skates meant a trip to Al Anderson’s for a new pair of skates. The right size always...

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March 26, 2024

Are you Avoiding these CRA Tax Traps?

Do you love to read? I do.  Ever since I was a child, I’ve enjoyed reading.  When I was young I was really into fantasy novels – like C.S. Lewis’ The Chronicles of Narnia or J.R.R. Tolkien’s The Lord of the Rings. When...

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March 12, 2024

Getting Around to It: Lessons from Grandma and Atomic Habits

As a child, I was no stranger to procrastination. Whenever my Grandma asked about my homework, I'd dismiss it with a casual "I'll get around to it." Little did I know then that procrastination is more than just a quirk—it's...

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February 27, 2024

Your Authentic Retirement …

2023 ushered in some pretty major changes for me and my family. You already know about our office move, but in addition to that, our home underwent a major transformation as we finally went ahead with a renovation that was...

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