Not only a no brainer, but something that I think is definitely feasible at some point down the road. Look, I don’t know what AJ’s wrestling plans are after her WWE deal comes up; for all I know, she’s legitimately done and will move onto designing Chuck Taylors, writing comics and keeping her abs in tip top shape (no one is complaining from where I sit). But if she does have the itch to wrestle again, this is the place.

The move may be an aim to prevent lines of customers camped out for days and the sometimes violent riots that have become expected with the release of a highly anticipated shoe. An Orlando, Florida, Foot Locker store called riot police earlier this year after crowds waiting for the midnight release of the Lebron Galaxy 9 and Foamposite Galaxy sneakers caused an intense stampede. The release was ultimately cancelled..

That includes the upcoming mandatory minicamp. (AP Photo/Stephen B. Morton, File). Two thirds of households are setting aside money for retirement, taking advantage of either a registered pension plan, an RRSP or a tax free savings account, Statistics Canada said Wednesday as it released the latest batch of numbers from the 2016 census.Of 14 million households, 65.2 per cent made a contribution in 2015 the most recent year for which data was available to one or more of the three major savings vehicles, an apparent counterpoint to the prevailing narrative that too many Canadians take a cavalier approach to retirement.Different generations took different approaches: Major income earners aged 35 to 54 were prone to make use of registered pension plans and RRSPs, while those younger than 35 and those older than 54 were more likely to contribute to a TFSA.Or, in Statistics Canada words: in savings plans followed strong life cycle patterns. ProfileIt the first time the census has probed the question, taking advantage of tax data to paint a more accurate picture of just how seriously Canadians take it a picture which experts say has long been distorted by suspect data and aggressive investment marketing.think things in general are still in pretty good shape when it comes to preparing for retirement, said Fred Vettese, chief actuary at Morneau Shepell in Toronto.the most part, when you look at middle income Canadians they are saving. So one of the problems with the statistics is that they end up being misleading.

There’s no better guide to that than Lewis Walker. A financial planning and investment strategist at Capital Insight Group in Peachtree Corners, Ga. Larry Light: What should people be thinking about getting ready for, now that August is here? Lewis Walker: Hard to fathom, but 2018 is more than half over.