Bev Moir

Have you thought of your lungs lately?

Every November, people recognize Lung Cancer Awareness Month and advocate for the challenges arising from a lung cancer diagnosis. This recognition makes a difference for patients, their caregivers, family, and friends. Pauline Chan, Health Reporter, CTV News, recently highlighted the event. Please look, you may recognize someone! According to the recent Canadian Cancer Society statistics …

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Testing at the Level of the Gene

Testing at the Level of the Gene

Hi Everyone! Thank you for your interest in following my progress. I’m delighted to report my daily targeted therapy, a pill, continues to work. The tumors remain 70% smaller and there’s no evidence of disease progression. I feel well, I’m active, and I’m happy. Also, I’m tremendously grateful for recent advances in cancer research that …

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Bev Moir

Hello Friends!

Dear Friends, Who could have imagined that after I retired in early February, the world would change so dramatically? In the intervening months, I have enjoyed your many calls, emails, and notes. Thank you! It was so nice to hear from you! I understand many are interested in a brief update of my situation and …

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Jessica Chard and Bev Moir

Transitioning Clients to a New Wealth Advisor

After 26 years as a wealth advisor, I knew my clients well and cared deeply about who would take care of them on my retirement. Fortunately I was able to consider many potential options and met with several advisors to explore possibilities. In planning my departure, an important consideration was to provide the least disruption …

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Bev’s Retirement Party

On February 13, 2020 The Rosedale office of Scotia Wealth held a retirement party for Bev. Thank you to everyone who attended. Watch Bev’s thank you speech!


After 26 years at Scotia Wealth Management in a wealth advisory role I loved, and many years prior in health care, it’s time to enjoy retirement! The new flexibility in my life excites me. Time with family and friends and hobbies, including golf, tennis, power-walking, reading, and travel, are high on the to-do list! A …

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