In her mid 50s, she wasn’t sure where to turn next. And it was to this group.” The 50 plus Singles Club has been serving as a support network for older adults in the Windsor area for the past 18 years. “Some people are not alive anymore but we keep members books,” president of the club Goldei Bosnjak said at the event, which included dinner, dancing and reminiscing with friends.“I was seeing a psychologist, she gave me a slip of paper and that became my homework. “That’s like 18 years of history.” Windsor 50 plus Singles Social Club members browse over photos at the The Royal Canadian Legion on Marentette Avenue, Saturday, June, 28, 2014. (RICK DAWES/The Windsor Star) Bosnjak has been running the club for the past three years after taking over from Jean Forster.Ontario is Canada's most populous and second-largest province.
“We were noted as being one of the best cities in the country as being age friendly and we continue to build on that structure as we move along,” says mayor Daryl Bennett, who cites the variety of cultural activities and affordable living as reasons for Peterborough’s popularity amongst seniors in Ontario.
In 2017, it’s listed as one of the best places to invest in Canada.
Windsor 50 Singles Social Club members, from left to right, Steve Mitrevski, 70, Josie Dolinar, 62, and Jean Weir, browse over photos at the The Royal Canadian Legion on Marentette Avenue, Saturday, June, 28, 2014.
The club was celebrating it's 18th anniversary.
There’s no definitive list that suits everyone, no one perfect place to settle, but a number of locations in Ontario are generating a lot of buzz for retirees.
Towns with small sizes, a range of amenities for seniors, affordable real estate, low crime rates and relatively good weather are propelling the following locations to the top of the list when it comes to the best places to retire in Ontario. Owen Sound Affordable housing as well as cultural and outdoor activities geared towards adults 55 makes Owen Sound a top retirement destination for many Ontarians.
Lawrence River in the east, to the Manitoba border in the west.
Ontario has the most varied landscape of any Canadian province.
I've always gone the I-69 route that I think Mapquest is showing you.