Ottawa, provinces ready to face off on pensions
Ottawa, provinces ready to face off on pensions Finance Minister Jim Flaherty Reuters Current system isn't broken, Flaherty says as B.C. and Alberta ramp up pressure to supplement CPP with their own new systems David Ebner and Janet McFarland Whitehorse and Toronto - From Friday's Globe and Mail Published on Thursday, Dec.
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#1 Dec 18, 2009
#2 Dec 21, 2009
So, whats the scoop ? are we ALL to get the same pensions as Government employees? wouldn't that be nice, or are they going to increase the CPP by $2.45 per month? remember the gov't stopped us from contributing more to our RRSP's so they amount to nothing near a Government pension, we will wait and see.
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