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Looking Ahead: Atlantic Canada’s Aging Population

January 21, 2021

Wide-Ranging Implications of Atlantic Canada’s Aging Population

Atlantic Canada’s population, already the oldest in Canada, is aging rapidly. Twenty years ago there were twice as many young people (19 or younger) than seniors (those 65 or older) in the Atlantic region. By 2040, there will be three seniors for every two young people. This has significant implications for the region’s economy. This report is the second in our Looking Ahead series.

This publication is also available in French.


Looking Ahead

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January 21, 2021

Looking Ahead: Atlantic Canada’s Aging Population

 

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