We are experiencing a silver Tsunami. The leading edge of the Boomers turned 65 four years ago. On average, 1,250 Canadians turn age 65 every single day. It’s part of a 20-year trend. But, most of the Boomers weren’t born in 1946-47. Most were born between 1961 -1965. That’s why you feel everyone has been turning 50. And people are living longer, much longer.