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  • ISSN: 0714-9808 (Print), 1710-1107 (Online)
  • Editor: Dr Paul Stolee School of Public Health and Health Systems|University of Waterloo|Waterloo, Ontario, Canada|N2L 3G1
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The Canadian Journal on Aging/La Revue canadienne du vieillissement (CJA/RCV) promotes excellence in research and disseminates the latest work of researchers in the social sciences, humanities, health and biological sciences who study the older population of Canada and other countries; informs policy debates relevant to aging through the publication of the highest quality research; seeks to improve the quality of life for Canada's older population and for older populations in other parts of the world through the publication of research that focuses on the broad range of relevant issues from income security to family relationships to service delivery and best practices; and encourages the exchange of the latest ideas in gerontological research through the publication of work by international scholars to the benefit of the Canadian and international scholarly communities as well as older adults in Canada and around the world.

August Article of the Month

In this study, Genoe, Liechty, and Marston had participants document their retirement experiences and processes in a multi-author online blog, capturing their emotions and mindsets in real time. The findings highlight three distinct phases of retirement as well as several different ways that the most recent generation of retirees are transitioning from full time employment. Although the path to retirement, and what retirement means, is unique to each individual, the general findings of this study suggest that baby boomers look forward to their departure from the workforce. Read it for free here:

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