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Actuary Karen Hall: Turning DC savings into an income stream

By Sheryl Smolkin

Today I’m interviewing actuary Karen Hall for savewithspp.com. Prior to her recent retirement, she was a vice president at the consulting firm Aon Hewitt, based in Vancouver. 1,829 more words

Registered Retirement Savings Plan

Dedicated, hard-working reporter Bill Shields 'really loved what he did'

Shadowing Bill Shields back in 1966, just-graduated journalism student Dick Spicer had an “eye opener” view of how the legendary Windsor Star reporter broke so many major stories over a 40-year career. 850 more words

Windsor

Dedicated, hard-working reporter Bill Shields 'really loved what he did'

Shadowing Bill Shields back in 1966, just-graduated journalism student Dick Spicer had an “eye opener” view of how the legendary Windsor Star reporter broke so many major stories over a 40-year career. 850 more words

News

Pam Mady: Thank you Karen Hall for all the memories

My goodness. When did it happen? Somewhere, somehow, I turned into one of those people that passes time reminiscing and bonding over ‘remember when’ stories. 757 more words

Opinion

Karen Hall: So long, goodbye, to you and you and you ....

For almost 40 years, no one around this place has been able to shut me up.

And now, suddenly, I am tongue-tied. Speechless. Unable to string two words together, which is kind of important, since this is my farewell column, and in 650 words or less I’m supposed to share a lifetime of memories that began at the corner of Pitt and Ferry in September 1975, when editor Bob Pearson, against his better judgment, gave me a job and said he hoped I’d last a year. 1,930 more words

Life

Full Circle Moment.

For as long as I can remember I’ve always been in love with great cinema. I was enthralled with acting and the mysteries of what went on behind the scenes of TV shows and movies. 650 more words

TV Writing