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With more than 4,200 strong, District 27 of the Retired Teachers of Ontario boasts the second-largest membership in Ontario, with individuals ranging in age from their pre-fifties to early hundreds! Outside of the Provincial Office, Ottawa-Carleton is the only District to offer truly bilingual services, including the Horizons 27 magazine and this website. Founded in 1971, District 27 celebrated its fortieth anniversary in 2011.

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See the right sidebar to read the latest edition of Horizons 27 in three formats.
MOBILE PHONE USERS, CLICK HERE TO READ HORIZONS 27.


Newred DISTRICT 27 WELL REPRESENTED AT ANNUAL MEETING & SPRING SENATE HELD IN TORONTO

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The Annual and Spring Senate meetings were held at the Toronto Marriott Eaton Centre Hotel from Monday, May 27 to Wednesday, May 29, 2019. District 27 was there in full force!

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Newred BRIDGE EXTRAVAGANZA ALWAYS POPULAR

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The Annual Bridge Extravaganza which took place on Friday May 31 was again a very successful activity this year. This is a very popular event, suitable for beginners, experts, and everything in between.

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The Dave Smith Youth Treatment Centre is looking for volunteers

Are you a dedicated, reliable and passionate person with a particular skill or talent to share? If so, we would love to hear from you! Limited volunteer opportunities are available throughout the year.

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Compassionate Ottawa

This organization is looking for bilingual volunteers with a teaching background to work on school-related activities.

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Newred copy 2019 Retirement Planning Workshops more popular than ever!

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February 23, 2019 — Once again, thanks to many volunteers, RTO/ERO, District 27, Ottawa-Carleton held a very successful Retirement Planning Workshop (RPW) in French and in English at the Centurion Conference and Event Centre.

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HEALTH & WELLNESS PORTAL

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RTO/ERO is excited to announce the newest addition to our website – the Health & Wellness Portal (Opens in new tab or window)



RTO/ERO’S ESPRIT Magazine

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The provincial Political Advocacy Committee (PAC) has produced a new brochure which states how RTO/ERO advocates for RTO/ERO members and Seniors.
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VENNGO Program

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Promoting the Interest of Seniors - McMaster’s Optimal Aging Portal

The Canadian Association of Retired Teachers (CART) has partnered with McMaster Optimal Aging Portal to bring you healthy aging that you can trust.
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Address changes must now be made through the RTO/ERO Provincial Office

If you wish to change your postal address or add an email address to your member profile, RTO/ERO Provincial requests that members contact the provincial office at: membership@rto-ero.org
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Click one of the following formats to read Horizons 27, Winter 2019:

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If you would like to read Horizons 27 as a flip-book magazine, visit this link.

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To view a traditional PDF version of the current issue, you can do so by selecting this link.

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For e-subscribers who enjoy reading Horizons 27 on e-readers (such as Kindle, Nook and Kobo, etc.) as well as Apple and Android mobile devices, you can now take Horizons 27 anywhere with you with the new EPUB file. Click here to download EPUB.


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Our Membership is Growing

The membership of RTO/ERO, ranging in age from the pre-fifties to 100+, is over 77,000. Most RTO/ERO members live in Ontario and are affiliated with one of the 45 districts into which the provincial organization is divided.
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