Co-living arrangements offer more than cost-savings, roommates say

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After 10 years of saving, Pat Dunn and her husband took the leap into retirement, and in 2011 travelled to the Caribbean to live aboard their boat. 

Three years later, their retirement dream came crashing down when Dunn’s husband died of a heart attack in Mexico. He was 66 and she was 64.

Dunn sold the boat and moved back to Ontario, but soon found herself strapped for cash as her savings dwindled. By the fall of 2018, she was on the edge.

“I had to do something,” she told CBC’s Ottawa Morning on Wednesday. “I tried all the regular routes, tried to get seniors

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