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Newslinks – May30, 2011

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May 31, 2011

Time to reform public-sector pensions, city told by Fair Pensions London Officers seeking 3% wage increases Blame union for teacher cuts… no pensions Air Canada faces $1.6-billion pension bill Canada Post strike looms over pensions and benefits Looking at the benefits of a buyback Individual pension plan good for over-40 crowd School Board Contracts...
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Newslinks – May 28, 2011

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May 28, 2011

University of Guelph receives pension relief Growing pension deficit remains hot topic for Laurier Air Canada unions join up in pension fight Time to put Ottawa on a diet CFIB – Time is ripe for public sector pension reform: Fredericton approves pension reforms Most firefighters back at work Firefighters’ mystery illness has damaged their...
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Newslinks – May 25, 2011

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May 25, 2011

Should Idaho state pension recipients’ names be public record? Canada Post Union Offer does nothing to fill pension hole Land of Delinquents Illinois’ ongoing budget crisis Manitoba Teachers applaud pension improvement The City of Fredericton has changed its employee pension plan, Regina developing strategy for police pension shortfall NB Liquor offering ex-CEO special pension...
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Newslink – May 23, 2011

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May 23, 2011

Tough decisions needed to update Canada’s fiscal house Time to put the Canadian government on a diet Postal strike averted as union wants to continue talks Battle of the bulge – government bulge Unions to make radical pension changes California cuts $170M from pension fund payment State treasurer to unveil plan for fixing state...
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Newslinks – May 21, 2011

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May 21, 2011

Lifeguard pay of $200K riles Calif beach city Strike by Saskatchewan teachers they need 16.3 per cent over 3 years! Windsor Battlelines drawn with city over police wage increases Deadline nearing for negotiations at Canada Post over pensions and benefits Air Canada staff strike deadline over gold-plated pensions CPP Pension Plan assets rose to...
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Newslinks – May 18, 2011

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May 18, 2011

Brandon U cutbacks are unacceptable Brandon U leaves 17 positions vacant Clock ticking on St John city pension reforms Toronto votes to contract out garbage pickup Hundreds at eHealth Ontario get bonus, raise, despite wage freeze Toronto votes to contract out garbage pickup Blizzard: Liberals’ pay hike con job Close the growing pension gap...
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Newslinks – May 15, 2011

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May 15, 2011

Public pension reform, not public-worker bashing Hamilton union dissidents renew call for vote CPP pays $700M for German, U.S. mall stakes Too many counters and not enough catchers Savings crisis for Generation X Don’t favour public pensions over private: Power Financial Good for CFIB, good for Canada Ontario union forces members to pay for...
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Newslinks – May 11, 2011

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May 11, 2011

Pension membership takes a heavy hit in private sector MPs’ pensions – Let the debate finally begin Figures show widening gap between public, private pension plans Messing with politicians’ pensions can have unintended consequences Toronto Police Services Board Chair slams arbitration Province set high wage pattern for police Video – Toronto to review amount...
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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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