Doug Norris, Ph.D.
| Jul 23, 2014
For six decades, the large Baby Boom generation has had a profound impact on Canadian society, affecting culture, business and all kinds of organizations as they passed throug the various stages of their lives. In the 1950s, new schools had to be built to cope with their numbers. In the 1960s, universities were expanded. Ad in the 1970s, many new suburban subdivisons were built to accommodate their new families. Markets for many products and services expanded as the 8.6 million Boomers born 1946-1965 replaced the 5.0 million persons born in the preceding 20 years.