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The Council on Healthy Aging in Canada to be Created

Canada is facing demographic challenges driven largely by the transition of baby-boomers into their retirement years and the steady lengthening of life expectancy. By the year 2015, baby-boomers will be 50-65 years old—by 2035 the youngest boomers will largely have retired.  By then, almost a quarter of the Canadian population will be seniors in need of a wide range of services and supports to help them enjoy a high quality of life and, in some cases, to continue to work productively.

“The CHA is a new Executive Network dedicated to exploring the health-related issues and opportunities arising from this demographic change.”

http://www.conferenceboard.ca/networks/CHA/default.aspx

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