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Yesterday was Canada's sesquicentennial! While Canada, the country, is 150 years old, Canada also has one of the world's oldest populations, with a median age of roughly 42. (The median age in both Japan and Germany is nearly 47; the median age in the U.S. is about 38.) This map, from the Canadian magazine Maclean's, compares Canada's over-55 population with its under-25 population. www.macleans.ca/wp-content/uploads/2014/06/MAP-300dpi-old_young.jpg
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