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|Canadian HR Reporter|Last Updated: 12/11/2003

Canadians living longer

Ottawa

— If people are living longer, they may need to work longer. So Statistics Canada’s report that life spans are increasing could be good news for employers hoping staff will delay full retirement. On the other hand longer life spans mean more pension and post-retirement benefits paid out. Women born in 2001 can expect to live 82.2 years, while the average for men is 77.1 years.

B.C. rail sued over pension surplus

Vancouver