The Summer Solstice—with the most daylight hours of the year—means more time from sunrise to sunset to enjoy walking, hiking, biking, swimming, and running.

Canadians can also look forward to spending more time in retirement travelling, taking up a new hobby, volunteering, starting a small business, going back to school, and playing with grandchildren. That’s because our increasing life expectancy can also mean a longer retirement.

These statistics will help you quickly explain to your clients why it’s important to plan for a retirement that could run 20 or 30 years—or more:

We’re living longer | A longer life means Canadians might need more retirement income for the long run

Talk to your Sales Director to obtain a copy of the Bright Paper Running on Empty: Are we facing a longevity crisis in Canada? and read Rocco Taglioni’s blog.

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