In the '60s, baby boomers changed the world. In their 60s, they just may do it again. The largest and wealthiest generation ever born is now leading a massive shift in what it means to get old. Boomers, who make up almost a third of Canada's total population, are now in their 50s and early 60s, but are enjoying a longevity bonus because life expectancy has gone up more than thirty years in the last century. What will they do with their extra years?