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Canada’s success in commercialization of new ideas and scaling up of our most promising young companies matters, writes David Crane. Photograph courtesy of Pexels


Balsillie panel points us in right direction, but much more will be needed

TORONTO—In a dire warning, the National Institute on Aging in a new study forecasts that the cost of public care just in nursing homes and private homes alone could more than triple from $22-billion now to $71-billion annually by 2050 (in 2019 dollars), equivalent to 19 per cent of personal income tax revenues in 2050 compared to nine per cent now.

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