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Zoomer Magazine

November/December 2019

ZOOMER is Canada’s exciting magazine for Canadians 45 and up. Each issue brings you tips on living healthy, staying fit, and making your money last. Enjoy travel advice, arts and food reviews, stylish shopping, health breakthroughs and secrets to successful intimacy. Plus, meet fascinating celebrities, spiritual leaders, authors and more!

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Langue:
English
Éditeur:
ZoomerMedia Limited
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FOUNDER MOSES ZNAIMER EDITOR-IN-CHIEF Suzanne Boyd EXECUTIVE EDITOR Vivian Vassos ART DIRECTOR Stephanie White MANAGING EDITOR, PRINT & DIGITAL Arlene Stacey FASHION DIRECTOR AT LARGE Derick Chetty SENIOR EDITOR, PRINT & DIGITAL Peter Muggeridge ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT EDITOR, PRINT & DIGITAL Mike Crisolago ASSISTANT MANAGING EDITOR, PRINT & DIGITAL Tara Losinski ASSISTANT ART DIRECTOR, PRODUCTION MANAGER & DIGITAL ART DIRECTOR Stephanie Beard CONTRIBUTING EDITORS Charmaine Gooden, Jay Teitel SPECIAL CORRESPONDENTS Gordon Pape, Libby Znaimer CARTOON & JOKES EDITOR Moses Znaimer EDITOR AT LARGE Bryan Adams CONTRIBUTING DEPUTY ART DIRECTOR June Anderson CONTRIBUTORS Bert Archer, Hanna Barcyzk, Viia Beaumanis, Lisa Bendall, Leanne Delap, Dr. Zachary Levine, Barbara Olson, Mark Sissons, Nora Underwood, Wes Tyrell PUBLIC RELATIONS & SOCIAL MEDIA EDITOR Hazel Picco EVERYTHINGZOOMER.COM DIGITAL CONTENT DIRECTOR Cynthia Ross Cravit CONTENT COORDINATOR Andrew Wright PUBLISHER Lori Fitzgerald, 416-607-7730 ACCOUNT DIRECTORS, PRINT & DIGITAL Beth Agro 416-607-7738; Donna Herscovitch 416-607-7729; Angie Perri 416-607-7737 ACCOUNT MANAGER,…

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WE ARE NOT GOING to be doing personal attacks. We’re not going to be playing the politics of division and fear,” Justin Trudeau told senior editor Peter Muggeridge and me when we quizzed him last year on the approach he would take to his re-election campaign. As we go to press, that campaign is in full swing (see our coverage in “The Zoomer Primary,” pg. 34), and this issue will be on newsstands when you go to the ballot box. Whatever Canadians decide, with the older demographic – meaning us – being the deciding factor, it will be interesting to see if the Prime Minister will indeed be able to walk the path of Sunny Ways 2.0. These are incredibly polarizing times, with an overwhelming amount of unsettling information – or…

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HAPPY CAMPERS Re: “Parks & Recreation” (July/August). I, too, am part of a group of women who have been camping together in Algonquin Park since 1999. Our full list is about 20 women with a wide range of ages. We started with a core group and over the years most have brought a friend they thought might enjoy the trip. Some have become part of the core group and some have not come back. We read the article and were surprised at the similarities of the impact of the whole process. It has spilled over to our everyday lives, and the ladies who are not able to sleep on the ground anymore are still part of our overall network. It was a joy to read the article, and we have a heartfelt thanks to…

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this way up

(AND DOWN) Brad Pitt, 55, describes a “new masculinity” as “a man who owns his own flaws and is aware of them and open about it. And vulnerable, with real feelings” in an interview with The Sunday Times In other words, bye-bye Fight Club movie sequel, hello Talk About Our Feelings Club movie. White House staff may want to take note Trevor Mallard, 65, New Zealand’s Speaker of the House, calms an upset baby by cradling and bottle-feeding him in parliament. Some folks are over the hill while others are lucky enough to be under the waves For the third year in a row, a Second World War vet, 96, marked his birthday by setting the record as the world’s oldest active scuba diver. A new approach to studying longevity shows that of all…

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playing his heart out

ANTONIO BANDERAS settles in next to me at the 2019 Toronto International Film Festival, handsome, fit, charming and a far cry from the aging and ailing film director he plays in his latest film, Spanish director Pedro Almodóvar’s Pain and Glory. But when he speaks it quickly becomes clear that the 59-year-old is more interested in introspection than movie promotion. That mindset, of course, often comes with age, though a heart attack two years ago certainly sped up the process. “Exactly like Pedro is trying to express in this movie, I looked back [on my life],” Banderas says. “The things that I consider really important came up to the surface immediately, and everything that I thought was important was not.” “I am now a year from being 60 and you shouldn’t be…

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renaissance man

ROBBIE ROBERTSON watched his life flash before his eyes. Literally. In September, the documentary Once Were Brothers, about the legendary Canuck rocker’s childhood and rise to stardom with The Band, opened the Toronto International Film Festival – a first for a Canadian doc – mere blocks from where a teenage Robbie honed his musical craft in clubs on Yonge Street. “I’m just going in there and trying to make some kind of a noise that really excites me” “It’s kind of full circle isn’t it?” the 76-year-old laughs. “Everybody used to say, ‘That’s not going to happen, but it’s nice that you dream.’ And I was like, ‘I don’t understand why you can’t imagine this because I can’t stop imagining it.’” And now, at an age when many contemporaries are plotting out retirement tours,…

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