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Running out of money before they die and not being able to pay for long term care top the list of financial fears of seniors, according to a national survey commissioned by Financial Planning Standards Council (FPSC) and
The two non-profit organizations continue their series on the financial health of Canadians by co-sponsoring the
Seniors and Money Report. The report is a Leger poll of 1,000 Canadians 60 and older that probes the issues aging Canadians face when it comes to debt, income, financial planning and work.
Whether you pick them yourself, pick them out at the farmer's market or pick them up at the grocery store-- there's nothing like a fresh apple. And when you end up with more than you can use, there's nothing like a homey apple crisp to finish off your Sunday dinner.
It's farmers' market season in Canada, and these savvy shopping tips will help you score the freshest produce and the best deals.
The sun is out and you're surrounded by sweet, earthy scents and vibrant colours. Start with ripe, red tomatoes, deep blue grapes, the lush green and yellow of summer squash, and all manner of other mouthwatering, just-picked fare. Then add some texture with the aromas of fresh-baked bread, artisanal cheeses and spicy snacks.
These are the sights and scents of farmers' market season in Canada. And while the ambience is reason enough to take a stroll through the stalls, savvy shopping can help you make the most of your visit. Use these tips to score the freshest produce and the best deals, and store your haul so you can enjoy that goodness all year-round.