If you want to watch foxes guard a henhouse and gobble up your chickens, take a look at the Canada Pension Plan (CPP) and ponder why when something is obviously a bad idea, it is more likely a Canadian government will do it. 780 more words
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OTTAWA — The push to conclude an agreement-in-principle that would boost the Canada Pension Plan hit a snag today with British Columbia missing the deadline to ratify the deal. 110 more words
Almost two thirds of Ontario voters support the planned expansion of the Canada Pension Plan, a new poll finds.
A strong majority — 63 per cent — agreed with the finance ministers’ decision to increase CPP contributions in 2019 to boost payouts beginning in 2012, according to a Forum Research… 420 more words
Pokemon Go’s popularity is benefiting Canadians – even those who aren’t playing the augmented-reality game.
Anyone who’s paying into the Canada Pension Plan should thank all the Pidgey-hunters out there: Nintendo’s stock has shot up, and CPP has invested in a lot of it. 174 more words
The “agreement in principle” to expand the Canada Pension Plan (CPP) is a major change to one of the key pillars of Canada’s retirement income system. 790 more words
Young people face a radically different set of circumstances than boomers
The last thing I want to do is to fuel misunderstanding over the benefits of CPP expansion. 801 more words
It has been three weeks since the nation’s finance ministers issued that strange, haiku-like “agreement on principle” to expand the Canada Pension Plan, its 112 words somehow neglecting to mention such intriguing details as how much premiums would increase. 922 more words