According to the 2016 census, more people in Canada are working past the age of 65.
Nearly one in five Canadians in that group reported working at some point during 2015. People in Saskatchewan, Alberta and Prince Edward Island were the most likely of people in the provinces to work that year. In terms of regional trends, employment rates in 2016 were above the national average on the Prairies, led by Alberta at 65.4 per cent, Saskatchewan at 63.5 per cent and Manitoba at 61.7 per cent. Among census metropolitan areas, the prairies again, had generally above-average employment rates, with Regina leading at 66.8 per cent, followed by Saskatoon and Calgary at 66.5 per cent.