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The Globe’s boomer series: Catch up on all the stories

Gary Stanford, 59, on his farm in southern Alberta on Nov. 7, 2015. (David Rossiter for The Globe and Mail)

Gary Stanford, 59, on his farm in southern Alberta on Nov. 7, 2015. (David Rossiter for The Globe and Mail)


Catch up on all the stories you may have missed from The Globe's week-long series on baby boomers. (Click the headings to narrow your search)



The boomer shift: How Canada's economy is headed for major change

The kick-off feature in the series looks at how the dramatic greying of Canada’s population will reshape the economy, stifle growth and force governments to provide for a growing number of seniors with a shrinking pool of taxpayers

Other business stories from the series:


The boomer's dilemma: When to start collecting CPP?

You can start Canada Pension Plan benefits as early as 60, or wait as late as 70 and get significantly more money every month. The choice depends on many factors including health, financial needs and taxes

Other investing and personal finance stories from the series:


Meet the new Golden Girls (and guys): How boomers are coming up with creative living arrangements

After seeing their parents' experiences in nursing homes many boomers are looking at alternative living arrangements for their retirement

Other Life section stories from this series:


Video: 'I don't believe in retirement': Five boomers on why they're not ready to quit

Five baby boomers open up about retirement.

Other videos from the series:

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Are boomers really blocking the careers of the generation behind them?

When we take a closer look at Canada’s labour-force data, it’s hard to see exactly how younger workers are being crowded out of the market by the baby boomers

Other commentary pieces in the series:

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