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From the National Observer: Stephen Harper, the worst Prime Minister in history.

Thank you to the National Observer for this excellent piece on the worst Prime Minister in the history of Canada.

Source: From the National Observer: Stephen Harper, the worst Prime Minister in history. 329 more words


Conservative quest for surplus hurt too many, provoked recession: Trudeau

TORONTO – Justin Trudeau pledged billions for low-income seniors on Monday while accusing Conservative Leader Stephen Harper of creating a surprise $1.9 billion surplus on the backs of vulnerable Canadians to bolster his election campaign. 604 more words


Refugees vs Pensioners very interesting facts. Only read if you are intelligent.

With all the shit that is going on in the world the last thing we want is to instill hate amongst the general public. Negative comments seem to have more impact of people than positive. 1,521 more words

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Manitoba Premier Greg Selinger supports federal NDP's higher CPP plan

WINNIPEG – Manitoba NDP Premier Greg Selinger says he supports the federal party’s election promise to expand the Canada Pension Plan.

Current benefits are not high enough and should be doubled or more through slow and gradual increases, Selinger said. 100 more words


Are Canadians saving enough for retirement?

By Sheryl Smolkin

Are Canadians saving enough for retirement? It depends who you ask.

A BMO survey conducted in early 2014 revealed that only 43% of Canadians planned to make RRSP contributions by the March 1st deadline, down from 50% the previous year. 587 more words


National Post View: Ontario's economically illiterate pension plan

The Ontario Retirement Pension Plan (ORPP) looks like a bad, outdated idea. But it’s a lot worse than that. It’s a reactionary and economically illiterate attempt to solve the modern pension crisis, in which some people have been promised more than there is, by promising everyone more than there is. 565 more words

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Ontario to start implementing new pension plan in 2017, with full roll-out expected by 2020

Ontario’s pension plan will come in waves, but all employees in the province will be covered by a workplace plan or the new provincial design by 2020, Premier Kathleen Wynne said Tuesday. 819 more words