IMPACTS-Hamilton: A GIS-Based Decision-Support Tool for Evaluating the Transportation-Related Impacts of an Aging Population
As in other developed countries, Canadaâ€™s population is aging. In fact, by 2026, approximately 21% of Canadians will be at least 65 years old â€“ an increase of almost 9% from 2001. In absolute terms, the elderly population is expected to grow from 3.935 mi
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