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54

Percentage of Canadians who believe the most significant outcome of the War of 1812 was that Canada fended off American invasion and avoided U.S. conquest.

55

Percentage of Canadians who expect to be working part-or full-time at age 66, according to the fourth annual Sun Life Canadian Un-retirement Index.

30

Percentage who plan to be fully retired, not working for money.

61 Percentage of those who will be working at age 66, who say the main reason is because they "need to," not because they "want to."

19 Percentage of employees in 24 countries who would be "very likely" to take a full-time job in another country for two to three years with a 10 per cent pay increase, according to a poll conducted for the Canadian Employee Relocation Council.

Compiled by John MacIntyre

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