The share of the population over 65 is projected to grow from about 18 per cent to nearly 26 per cent.
Innovation will revolutionize future economic productivity.
The extent and urgency of educating and training workers should not be overestimated.
In 1921, agriculture accounted for nearly one-third of all employment in Canada compared to two per cent by the early 21st century.
The participation rate for Canadian women aged 60-64 has more than doubled.