Madam Speaker, I do not think there is any evidence to suggest that there are two classes. What I was saying in response to the previous Bloc question was that, to me, what is important is that people are taken care of. There is evidence to suggest that the older people get, the more their savings are depleted along the way.
Five years ago people could not retire at age 65, it was 67, which is a whole other issue. When people retire at 65, they have more saved-up wealth that they can then use. As they get older, we are seeing that people are finding it harder and harder to meet their basic needs. When I say that the number does not matter, it is because I do not think the number is arbitrary. I think the number has been set because it properly reflects when people need increased supports.