posted a year ago
In Canada, there is no absolute age limit for working. Each province has its regulations regarding the age of employees, so it's best to consult the local government website or speak with a local employment lawyer. Typically, the retirement age is 65, but there are many exceptions. For instance, in Ontario, people can work up to 70 years old if they meet specific criteria. Generally speaking, employers are not allowed to discriminate against employees based on age; however, there are some exceptions, such as where mandatory retirement is part of an employee's contract. It's also worth noting that employees cannot be forced to retire unless they reach the compulsory retirement age set out in their contract or by law.