We have to change our thinking – An article from the Kingston Whig-Standard

Oct 2, 2017

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“The results of the ninth annual Vital Signs report showed the Kingston area would be home to 46,000 seniors by 2026.”

In a city where seniors have outnumbered children for more than a decade, the effects of an aging population were laid out Monday morning with the release of the annual community snapshot from the Community Foundation for Kingston and Area.

The results of the ninth annual Vital Signs report showed the Kingston area would be home to 46,000 seniors by 2026.

The 2016 Census showed that in Kingston the number of people aged 65 and older will increase by 15,000, accounting for 47 per cent of the city’s population, by 2026…

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