Stress Test: Demographic Pressures and Policy Options in Atlantic Canada
A rapidly aging population means the Atlantic provinces face the prospect of shrinking workforces as early as 2010. To stem the population pressures of tomorrow, a suite of policies – such as those that boost workforce participation and others that prefund demographically sensitive government programs – is needed for today.
Volume (Year): (2009)
Issue (Month): 120 (November)
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