The Path Toward Normal, Advance Care Planning, and Curating Your Home Art Collection

Sep 10, 2021 | Elinesky Schuett Private Wealth Management


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In our blog post this week, we have included links to two new economic updates. The first is a webcast featuring Eric Lascelles, RBC Global Asset Management’s Chief Economist, Glide path toward normal growth. The other is an audio recording that features Mark Bayko and Jim Allworth from RBC Dominion Securities’ Global Portfolio Advisory Committee, An economic and market update with Jim Allworth.

Current impacts from COVID-19 are prompting Canadians to consider how and where they’ll grow old and who will take care of them. We included your link to the recent RBC Wealth Management article, How to empower older Canadians with personal and financial planning, that speaks to the importance of Advance Care Planning. Earlier this year we hosted an online seminar on the same topic. Your link to the video replay is also below.

The At home with RBC series continues to share fantastic videos that you can watch from the comfort of your home. Did you watch the Dinner party floral design video last week? This week we’ve included another home-décor focused video, Curating your home art collection. Enjoy!

As always, we end our weekly post with a few good news stories from in and around our community.


Economic webcast: Glide path toward normal growth

Image of a globe. Text: RBC Global Asset Management. Monthly Economic Webcast: Glide path toward normal growth. Eric Lascelles shares the RBC Global Asset Management Investment Strategy Committee's economic views, including timely insights and global economic outlook. In this September 2021 webcast, Eric shares his insights on a range of topics, including vaccine progress, growth forecasts, cooling inflation concerns and more.

Watch the webcast online: Glide path toward normal growth

An economic and market update with Jim Allworth

Thank you to everyone who joined us for the latest event in the Elinesky Schuett Speaker Series: Thinking about what comes next, in conversation with Jim Allworth. We look forward to sharing the event recording with you in one of our upcoming blog posts.

For those who can’t wait for our event replay, Mark Bayko and Jim Allworth provide an economic and market update in this latest audio commentary. Use this link to listen online: An economic and market update with Jim Allworth

 

How to empower older Canadians with personal and financial planning

Couple walking along a beachCOVID-19 pandemic is changing how Canadians think about their health and wealth not just today, but as we age and potentially become more dependent on others to take care of us.

Learn why having a plan in place is important in this online article from RBC Wealth Management: How to empower older Canadians with personal and financial planning

Earlier this year, we hosted an online event that also focused on this topic. During the event, Dale Gellatly from Hospice Wellington shared a wealth of information on what Advance Care Planning is and why it should matter to you.

Watch the event replay online: Understanding the importance of Advance Care Planning

At home with RBC

We are excited to share a specially curated series featuring experts from arts and culture, food and wine, lifestyle and sports, and more, entertaining you from the comfort of your own home. Watch your these blog posts each week for a new video in the At home with RBC series.

Curating your home art collection

Siri Engberg, senior curator and director of visual arts for the Walker Art Center, shares tips on how to build and organize your home art collection.

Watch the video online: Curating your home art collection

Curating your home art collection. Link to website.

 

Community Corner

Each week, we like to share a few good news stories from in and around the community. We hope that they brighten your day!

As always, we are available to connect with you personally. Please don’t hesitate to contact us at 519-822-2024 or elineskyschuett@rbc.com.