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Graphic: Many Canadians plan to work beyond 65 Add to ...

Only 25 per cent of Canadians now expect to retire at age 66, with a growing number saying they will keep working because of financial need, according to Sun Life Financial’s annual “unretirement” survey.

Five years ago, the same survey found that half of Canadians figured they would retire at age 66. And those who planned to keep working did so by choice – they enjoyed their job and wanted to stay mentally active.

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