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Tuesday, December 4, 2012
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Police reported 598 homicides in Canada in 2011, 44 more than the year before. This was the first increase in homicides in three years.
Canadians aged 50 and over are working later and delaying retirement, regardless of their level of education. However, because of a shorter life expectancy, the less-educated are likely to spend fewer years in retirement.
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