As the last month of the Federal Liberal Party Leadership race heats up, our colleagues at CARP are preparing to ask candidates to tell us where they stand and what their plans are regarding issues that are of particular interest to older Canadians. Just what is the Liberal vision for Zoomers?
On Wednesday, March 20 at 1:30pm ET watch a live, 90 minute webcast of the CARP Liberal Leadership Forum, hosted/moderated by CARP VP of Advocacy, Susan Eng. Hear Federal Liberal Party Leadership contenders Martin Cauchon, Deborah Coyne, Martha Hall Findlay, Joyce Murray and Karen McCrimmon share how they will address matters of importance to Canadian Zoomers such as pensions, health care reform and taxation. The candidates will present their platforms in front of a live studio audience and respond to questions as well as The entire, 90 minute forum will stream live at carp.ca/watchnow.
CARP Forums provide CARP members with the opportunity to hear directly from those asking for their votes. In return, politicians have the chance to directly reach out to 300,000 actively voting CARP members across the country through such televised events on VisionTV and our various member communications channels.
CARP is a national, non-partisan, non-profit organization committed to advocating for a New Vision of Aging for Canada, social change that will bring financial security, equitable access to health care and freedom from discrimination. CARP seeks to ensure that the marketplace serves the needs and expectations of our generation and provides value-added benefits, products and services to our members. Through our network of chapters across Canada, CARP is dedicated to building a sense of community and shared values among our members in support of CARP’s mission.