Monthly Archives: June 2012

The Board of Fair Pensions For All

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June 7, 2012

Board of Directors Advisory Board Barrie Boatman – Consultant and former President of Tridon, a major auto parts company Richard Koroscil – President and Chief Executive Officer for the Hamilton International Airport and active in the Canadian and Ontario Chamber of Commerce Judy Marsales – Businessperson and former member of the Legislative Assembly of...
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Note from the Founder

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June 7, 2012

We have been very busy as an organization since the last time I sent you an update. Fair Pensions For All is now formally a not-for-profit organization dedicated to pension reform through advocacy. It is incorporated and we have a Board of Directors and an Advisory Board to guide us into the future. I...
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The Todd Veinotte Show

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June 7, 2012

 

 

One of my favorite radio hosts from the Maritimes is Todd. This week he was away and his show was hosted by Rick Mantle. They love talking pensions especially with the problems in St. John

Click here to listen – Todd Veinotte Show – June 7 2012

 

Pension battle heats up in California

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June 7, 2012


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Only you can make changes happen

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June 7, 2012
Only you can make changes happen

We need your help. Government employees will not willingly give up their multi-million dollar retirements and politicians are reluctant to step in. It is only through your voice that changes will come. Make your voice heard. Our current program will ensure that your local politicians will hear the information they need to make informed...
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Private sector pension crisis threatens all Canadians

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June 5, 2012

The Calgary Beacon Online News May 23, 2012 Much is being said about Canada’s crushing public sector pension debt, now estimated to be more than $300 billion. Few Canadians, however, realize the potential additional cost to taxpayers of the collapse of the remaining private sector defined – as in guaranteed – benefit (DB) plans....
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Be it resolved that Canadians are Incapable of Preparing for their Retirement Needs

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June 5, 2012
Be it resolved that Canadians are Incapable of Preparing for their Retirement Needs

We don’t need to fix something that’s not broken.” - HOOPP President & CEO Jim Keohane  by ARIA staff May 31, 2012 - The great debate on retirement – can Canadians save enough on their own – came to the University of Toronto’s Hart House May 30. Before a packed crowd of experts featuring executives from...
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Highly-Touted Pension Reforms Woefully Inadequate

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June 5, 2012
Highly-Touted Pension Reforms Woefully Inadequate

  The Bay Observer, Ontario taxpayers had high hopes that the highly-touted “tough and sweeping changes” to bloated public sector pensions in the budget would begin to fix a broken system. The budget fell far short of this goal. The budget polices that were announced regarding pensions were woefully inadequate and downright worrying as...
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Teachers’ Pension Plan CEO offers ‘dose of reality’

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June 5, 2012
Teachers’ Pension Plan CEO offers ‘dose of reality’

    Bill Tufts, Special to Financial Post  May 7, 2012 This year in Canada 1,000 people will reach age 65 every day. This will continue every day until the year 2029. This aging tsunami sweeping over Canada will bring changes that we cannot even envision today. Last year the first of the Baby...
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Financial Planner – SueRicketts.com

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June 5, 2012
Financial Planner  – SueRicketts.com

Financial Tips From Sue If you don’t read another book this year, make sure you read this one! Do you wonder why some years back California was going bankrupt? Do you wonder why all those European countries are defaulting on loans and scaring the stock-markets all to hell? This is the book which explains...
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