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Monty Noyes, 66, says his part-time job delivering takeout orders for SkipTheDishes is a source of joy for him that makes it worthwhile even when snowstorms strike in Winnipeg. Noyes is part of a growing trend in Canada of people who retire from their careers but reject decades of idleness and keep working to enrich their lives or stretch their fixed incomes. (The Canadian Press)

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