Why long-term care insurance is slow to catch on with Canadians – The Globe and Mail

Posted on May 4, 2018 and updated May 8, 2018 in 1 min read
Between an aging population, longer lifespans and medical advances, there’s a growing sense in financial planning that a sound retirement plan must include a way to address the costs of care for people who can’t look after themselves. Long-term care insurance is one option, but you soon won’t be able to buy it on its own from one of Canada’s largest insurance companies