UGRA Fall Forum today at 2pm

Attend the forum today at 2 PM in the Arboretum Centre or via Zoom.

Check the last e-blast for the Zoom link.

UGRA's Fall 2023 Newsletter is Out!

The UGRA Fall 2023 newsletter has been published and is being mailed to most UGRA members (unless you requested it not be mailed). You can download a PDF copy of the Fall Newsletter, or previous editions, by clicking: Newsletters

…BTW, if you appreciate reading the online PDF version of the newsletter, you can help reduce mailing costs by letting us know you do not want the paper copy mailed to you by emailing us at

U of Guelph United Way campaign has launched

The University of Guelph United Way campaign has begun. 

Every dollar counts. Each contribution will make a difference and fuel community change so please consider supporting the campaign.

Visit the Retiree E-Pledge page to make your donation.

Campaign Deadlines:

Payroll Deduction: Friday, December 15th, 2023

Event Fund: Friday, December 15th, 2023

poster describing a trip to morocco

A trip to Morocco in November 2024 is now ready to book.

We are happy to announce that Vikki Tremblay has organized the next Adventures trip, which is now ready to book. It’s Morocco! Imagine exploring Casablanca’s Royal Palace and Marrakech’s markets, to camel-riding and glamping for the night in the Sahara or learning how to make tajine just like the locals. This exciting trip departs Nov. 21, 2024 for 12 amazing days.

We Are Going To Churchill!!

We’re going to Churchill, Manitoba to see the bears, belugas and tundra oh my! 

The UGRA executive is pleased to announce we have finally arranged the trip to Churchill, Manitoba. You asked us to arrange this trip again, and we found a great tour company offering an action-packed itinerary that you will love. 

UBC seeks study volunteers

UBC seeks couples who are 60 or older to paricipate in a fully online Health Psychology research study, GRIP (PI Hoppmann). The study aims to learn more about how couples navigate their day to day and progress on their goals, both together and alone.  Ellie Zambranco, study co-ordinator,

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