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Experience 50+ Living is a Canadian media company providing Information Solutions for Canadians 50 plus — and their families.


Experience is a digest size, high quality, annual publication focusing on the 50 plus community — Boomers, Zoomers and Seniors. There are four separate editions in the Thompson Okanagan: Thompson Nicola, North Okanagan Shuswap, Central Okanagan, and South Okanagan Similkameen.


  • Content consists of information on various topics together with contact details on supporting organizations – from healthcare, financial, legal and housing to leisure, recreation, travel and more.

  • Content is specific to the community being served in each Experience publication. This is supported on this website with information resources for each of our community editions.

  • Experience features full color and an easy to read format.  In addition to the printed version, each Experience publication is available for viewing on this website — go to the link for the regional edition that includes your community

  • Every effort is made to connect with and listen to community organizations such as seniors’ associations, and healthcare organizations and personnel to assist with content and distribution.

  • With more than 275 distribution locations for each edition, every effort is made to have Experience widely available to those 50 plus.

  • Convenient counter displays stands are provided to properly showcase our publication.

  • We estimate readership for each edition to be in the 35,000-40,000 range

  • Low CPM — equals Great Value!

  • Great WEB support for content and advertisers.

Advertising contact:


RRH & Associates
o/a Experience 50+ Living
Office: 1-800-631-0097 x 202


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As a new residential community we were looking for a targeted way to reach our audience.  Experience 50+ Living has proven to be a great resource to tell our story and share our services.  This handy book is used by our prospective clients, our residents and their families as a fabulous resource for key contacts, while also providing us a great return on our investment as we promote our services to those who need it the most. 


Jenelle Hynes

Community Relations Manager

The Vineyards Residence

236.420.4400 Option 1

A Letter of Thanks


Hi Robert,


Thank you so much for delivering personally to my Better at Home office in Ashcroft.   It was great to meet you and put a face with the emails.


I think this booklet (Thompson Nicola 2016-17 edition) is marvelous – I am passing it out to all my clients.  As a Program Coordinator, I get calls almost daily and one of my greatest resources is your booklet.  So much valuable information and contacts available without having to hunt around.


Already looking forward to next year’s edition.


Thanks, Nancy


Nancy Kendall, Program Coordinator

Ashcroft -Cache Creek Better at Home

Box 1407, Ashcroft BC V0K 1A0

310 A Railway Avenue, Ashcroft



Thompson Rivers University has been advertising our Open Learning courses and programs in all editions of the Experience 50+ Living magazine for a few years now. We regularly conduct evaluations of the value of these ads by measuring new enrolments of the 50+ age groups from each region of the Province.

Enrolments consistently spike following the publication of each issue, and have remained higher than in previous years. As such, we have attributed these increased enrolments directly to the Experience magazine ads. The ROI has been very favourable!

Keep up the good work!


Lloyd L. Loveday

Director of Strategic Partnerships

Thompson Rivers University, Open Learning.

900 McGill Road,

Kamloops, BC  V2C 0C8



” The Experience 50+ Living publication is a great little resource guide used by staff at the Penticton Public Library.”

Larry R. Little, Chief Librarian (Retired), Penticton Public Library



” This is to let you know how much we appreciate your ‘Experience’ publication. While those of us who have lived in the Okanagan for some time really can use a booklet like this. It gives us a chance to see what’s available for Seniors in the Okanagan. However, I think the real value is for those who have recently moved here or maybe thinking of moving here. This ‘Heads-up’ to life in the Okanagan/Similkameen really of interest to those folks. There is a great deal of ‘I didn’t know that’, not only for those new to the Okanagan, but for those of us who have been here for some time. Thank you for publishing a truly useful tool for the residents of the Okanagan/Similkameen.”

Peter Morrow, former Meals on Wheels Coordinator, Oliver



” I just received my first copy of Experience magazine and wanted to say Wow! This attractive, glossy guide is jam-packed with useful information and easy to read. Thanks so much for providing the North Okanagan/Shuswap with such a high quality product, I will be sure to pick up a copy for my parents..”

Inge van Oostveen, WebWoman Communications



” They (Experience Magazines) have been leaving our offices very quickly, people enjoy them because they provide great information that is easy to read and is community oriented. We are very pleased with the outcome of placing ads in Experience Community Guide. Thank you!.”

Nicole Peters, South Okanagan Seniors Wellness Society



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What is Experience?


  • Experience 50+ Living is a high quality, digest-size, easy to read magazine for those 50+ – Boomers, Zoomers, Seniors, Elders, their families and caregivers

  • Experience is a one-stop guide for housing, health and healthcare, consumer and legal information and other professional community contacts, arts and culture, leisure and travel, activity centres, community resources, Municipal, Regional District, First Nations, Provincial and Federal resource and contact information

  • Experience provides a great cross-section of community businesses and organizations

  • Experience, Community Guide to Better Living, is the place for information for all aspects of the lives of the 50+ community

  • Experience is fully supported by this website


Where is Experience delivered?

  • Distribution locations include municipal offices, community & recreation centres, resource centres, doctors’ offices, walk-in clinics, retirement residences, hospitals, IHA facilities, information centres, libraries, seniors centres, Service Canada, and others.  Welcome Wagon delivers copies to all 40+ newcomers

  • See our distribution list for your area on your regional edition home page on this website


Who Will See My Ad?       How Much Will It Cost?

  • A good cross-section of the 50+ Community – Boomers, Zoomers, Seniors and Elders and their families 

  • Readership surveys have shown an amazing pass-along readership.  Readers share with friends, family and neighbours

  • We estimate readership for each edition to be in the 35,000-40,000 range.

  • View/download our brochure/rate card from the Advertising section of this website.

  • Newcomers rave about their ‘Experience’ introduction to their new community.  Welcome Wagon delivers!



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