Monthly Archives: May 2011

Newslinks – May 9, 2011

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May 9, 2011

What the #&^$: New contract for Toronto police Ford puts TO police on ‘gravy train’ Ontario Public hoodwinked over pay hike Public sector pay gap ‘rising’ Fredericton proposed pension changes criticized Income tax is only part of your bill Ontario Teachers Pension plan hit with human rights complaints Regina’s-Teachers deserve more – more pensions, benefits,...
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Newslinks – May 6, 2011

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May 6, 2011

Readers don’t want to wait till 70 to double their CPP Remember wage freeze Dwight Duncan crowed about during budget? Hogwash Top court OKs appeal in PS unions’ $30B pension fight Nova Scotia MLA pension review underway National Post editorial – End Parliament’s cushy pensions Nanaimo’s outgoing MP’s entitled to millions in pensions MP McLeod will...
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Kevin Gaudet – Federal/Ontario Director of the Canadian Taxpayers Federation

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May 6, 2011
Kevin Gaudet – Federal/Ontario Director of the Canadian Taxpayers Federation

Kevin Gaudet the Federal/Ontario Director of the Canadian Taxpayers Federation spoke to Bill in February of this year.  Kevin and Bill talk about various issues relating to public sector employee pensions. Part One – Kevin Gaudet – Part 1a Part Two – Kevin Gaudet – Part 2
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Pension Bootcamp

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May 5, 2011
Pension Bootcamp

The California Foundation for Fiscal Responsibility is an organization committed to educating the public and key decision makers about California public employee retirement benefit issues and developing fiscally responsible solutions that are fair to employees, employers and taxpayers. I attended their Pension Bootcamp earlier this spring. Here is a video similar to the program...
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Newslinks – May 4, 2011

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May 4, 2011

Election outcome clarifies retirement roadmap in Canada Readers don’t want to wait till 70 to double their CPP Quebec helping lead the way toward a pooled pension future Tory gain good for pension industry Election over now let’s focus on the long-term public interest Sask teachers look for unreasonable hike of 12 per cent for...
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Ron Skolrood on changing retirement and pension benefits.

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May 4, 2011
Ron Skolrood on changing retirement and pension benefits.

2011-03-11 Ron Skolrood – changing retiree health benefits and pension benefits (Click here for audio) Ron Skolrood is a senior litigator who acts for clients in a broad range of matters, with a particular emphasis on contractual and other business disputes, pension and benefit matters. Ron has an excellent article on changing retiree benefit...
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