Newborns Will Live To 100

Trends in health and mortality rates suggest Canadian newborns by the year 2200 can expect to live to 100, nearly double the average life expectancy in 1930. Chief Actuary Jean-Claude Ménard predicted the number of nonagenarians, people in their 90s, will skyrocket this generation: ‘Retirement will become even more expensive.’

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