Join Us in Studio to Discover Your Best Life After 65 and More

What’s one of the best ways to spend an afternoon? Joining our studio audience for two stimulating, thought-provoking and mind expanding episode tapings of theZoomer.

On Thursday, May 28, 2015 we’re opening the doors wide to our Zoomer Hall in Toronto’s buzzing, exciting Liberty Village to welcome you for a fun and inspiring afternoon as we convene two roundtables of experts and influencers to discuss and explore subjects of particular interest to Canadian zoomers. This Thursday, we tackle and uncover ways to enjoy your best Life After 65 and take the latest snapshot of our relationship with our neighbours to the south with USA: The View From Here. You’re invited to join us for both episodes, or one or the other starting at Noon ET and wrapping at approximately 4pm ET, with a light lunch in between the two tapings.

How do you get in on this excellent experience? All you have to do is reserve your seat(s) by emailing us at rsvp@zoomermedia.ca

 
Here’s more info on the two episodes we’ll be creating on May 28:

RETIREMENT: LIFE AFTER 65
Audience Call: 12 NOON ET, Thursday, May 28, 2015
Showtime: 12:30pm ET

HOSTS: Conrad Black, Libby Znaimer

THE ASSIGNMENT FROM MOSES ZNAIMER:

Retirement…I say the best way to keep going is to keep going, which is to say, traditional notions of what to do after 65 bore me. In fact, they can actually jeopardize a person’s psychological and physical health.

Far from being a time to withdraw from the world, “retirement” strikes me as a unique opportunity to change the direction, intensity and scope of our work. So let’s call it something else.

Please gather wise ones and real ones at the RoundTable who can show us how to derive the most fulfillment, satisfaction and purpose from Life After 65.

ROUNDTABLE GUESTS:

RICK ATKINSON
Author, Don’t Just Retire – Live It, Love It!

JILL L. O’DONNELL
R.N., President, Iris Consulting for Seniors / Co-author of The Canadian Retirement Guide

STEPHEN KATZ
Professor, Sociology of Aging Trent University

BILL VANGORDER
Volunteer Chairman, CARP Nova Scotia

RAMONA KAPTYN
Chair, CARP White Rock Surrey

BARINDER ROSODE
Director of Social Responsibility, Resource Works, Surrey, BC
Twitter: @BarinderRosode

DAN BRANIFF
former CARP Chair, Georgian Bay, Ontario

DR. PAUL KERSHAW
Founder, Generation Squeeze
Associate Professor, UBC, Population & Public Health
Twitter: @GenSqueeze

USA: THE VIEW FROM HERE
Audience Call: 2pm ET, Thursday, May 28, 2015
Showtime: 2:30pm ET

HOSTS: Conrad Black, Faith Goldy

THE ASSIGNMENT FROM MOSES ZNAIMER:

We share the world’s longest undefended border with a superpower ten times our size. We rely on them for trade, for culture and for protection. We are friends. In fact, as one wag said, the “Americans are our best friends whether we like it or not.”

But, what do we really think of them; and, they of us? Our vantage point, from beneath the American shadow, is a unique one that the Zoomer should explore as the United States contends with increasing uncertainty and powerlessness at home and abroad.

ROUNDTABLE GUESTS:

PAMELA WALLIN
Journalist, author, diplomat, corporate director and Senator

BRIAN STEWART
Former reporter for CBC’s The National
Distinguished Senior Fellow at the Munk School of Global Affairs at the University of Toronto

MARNI SOUPCOFF
Op Ed Columnist, The National Post
Executive Director, Canadian Constitution Foundation
Twitter: @soupcoff

EZRA LEVANT
Conservative Political Activist, Writer and Broadcaster.
Rebel Commander of TheRebel.media
Twitter: @ezralevant

REVEREND MAJED EL SHAFIE
President and Founder, One Free World International (OFWI)

F.H. BUCKLEY
Professor, George Mason University

Reserve your seat(s) TODAY by emailing us at rsvp@zoomermedia.ca