Actually that's a very fair comment. I've heard from a lot of seniors that they want to participate in the labour force, but often when they've retired from certain jobs it's difficult to find something that adapts to their particular lifestyle. I know that we've addressed some of that through work-sharing and other things we've done in this budget and the last budget.
What about the number of seniors and those who are actually becoming seniors? My understanding is that each year in Canada, 100,000 people become seniors, though I'm not sure if I'm correct on that number. Is that correct?