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At last count, there were more than 6,000 Canadians over the age of 100. Centenarians represent a growing demographic in Canada, but we don't hear their voices very often -- they aren't quoted in news stories, sought after for their opinions, or included in debates.

CBC Radio's The Current wants to change that. The goal: by the end of this season, CBC will have the voices of 100 Canadians aged 100 or older on the record, on air, and on this website.

If you know a centenarian, let us know -- maybe it's your mother or your father, your aunt, a friend, if you work in a nursing home maybe it's the woman on the second floor or the man who volunteers every week at the library. If they have a story to tell or an opinion to share, we'd like to hear about it.

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At last count, there were more than 6,000 Canadians over the age of 100. Centenarians represent a growing demographic in Canada, but we don't hear their voices very often — they aren't quoted in news stories, sought after for their opinions, or included in debates.

CBC Radio's The Current wants to change that. The goal: by the end of this season, CBC will have the voices of 100 Canadians aged 100 or older on the record, on air, and on this website.

If you know a centenarian, let us know — maybe it's your mother or your father, your aunt, a friend, if you work in a nursing home maybe it's the woman on the second floor or the man who volunteers every week at the library. If they have a story to tell or an opinion to share, we'd like to hear about it.

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