The latest version (2019) of the PSAC publication, “Retiring from the Public Service of Canada: Some Useful Tips” is now available.
Recent revelations about Finance Minister Bill Morneau’s failure to both disclose all his financial assets and put his investments in a blind trust has renewed calls for the Liberal government to abandon Bill C-27, An Act to amend the Pension Benefits Standards Act.
Treasury Board has announced that, due to ongoing Phoenix pay system problems, the Public Service Pension and Insurance Benefits Statements will not be issued this year.
In a submission to Finance Minister Bill Morneau, PSAC has laid out its objections to a bill that threatens the retirement security of Canadians.
The media recently reported that the Northern Transportation Company Limited is having financial difficulties and is seeking protection from its creditors. This announcement came as a shock to emplo
The Canadian Labour Congress (CLC) is appealing to the federal, provincial and territorial finance ministers meeting today in Ottawa to agree to an expansion of the Canada Pension Plan so that all workers are better able to afford retirement.
The Speech from the Throne has outlined some major Liberal commitments that will require major investments in the public service.
The Federal Government is in the process of drafting legislation representing an unprecedented attack on the retirement security of all Canadians.
The Conservative government has just finished a consultation process about their proposal to change the federal Pension Benefits Standards Act to include target benefit pension plans. They’re enthusiastic about this type of pension plan which is a good reason to pay attention.
The Conservative federal government has launched an unprecedented attack on the retirement security of all Canadians. Their proposal is to push target benefit pension plans on federally-regulated workers that have defined benefit plans