Mississauga, Canada, October 20, 2017 --(PR.com
)-- Comfort Life is releasing its 15th annual guide to retirement through the Globe and Mail, tomorrow. A prominent feature this year is a unique list of Canada's best places to retire. This is the culmination of many years of Comfort Life Media working with Canadian retirees and communities across the country, along with research from other sources. It's also the latest in Comfort Life's look at best places and towns.
"As our name indicates, we're focused on helping older Canadians find comfortable living," says Jim Huinink, editor of Comfort Life. "And we think all Canadians should believe in the possibility of the very best choice. The only reliable way you can find the best for you is through thorough research. Contrary to other lists of best places to retire, Comfort Life uses more than just statistics – we apply personal testimonials from people. These testimonials are taken from many years of research and interviews."
The annually distributed magazine offers a broad look at retirement and care options from across the country. There is also a look at the cost of aging in place, articles on financing senior care, and more information pertinent to Canadians searching for retirement options. There are also in-depth looks at some of the best 55 and older communities and retirement residences in cities and towns across the nation. Look for the magazine in today's Globe and Mail. Or to find out Canada's best places to retire, go to http://www.comfortlife.ca/best-places-to-retire.php.
About Comfortlife.ca and Comfort Life Media
Comfort Life Media is division of Our Kids Media, a Toronto-based company that provides families across Canada with information about critical life decisions, including education, summer camps and senior care. Media include websites, national magazines and consumer expos, reaching a million Canadian homes annually. Our Kids Media celebrates its 20th anniversary this year, while this is the 15th year for Comfort Life magazine.