Thank you, Mr. Chair.
Thank you, witnesses, for coming here today and for this valuable input.
In Brampton, I was an entrepreneur for a long time working in the legal profession. I came across many clients, and I have seen Canadians going into old age, and my own experience tells me that, more and more, Canadians want to work for a long time, especially when they're self-employed. They want to be in the workforce for a long time.
At the same time, the labour force data survey shows that Canadians are entering into the workforce later in life, but they want to remain active in the workforce for a longer time.
In what ways can the government encourage older workers to remain in the workforce?
I think Nancy could answer that question best.