Canadians will never forget the horrible images of seniors suffering alone in private long-term care homes during the COVID-19 pandemic.
PSAC opposes the use of Canada Pension Plan (CPP) funds to take water out of public hands in Brazil. The Canada Pension Plan Investment Board is buying 45 per cent of Igua Saneamento, a Brazilian sanitation company, that will spend $266 million to help buy the state of Rio De Janeiro’s public wat
As a first step, the NDP is urging the government to immediately transition Revera Inc. to public ownership.
After pressure from PSAC to act urgently, PSPIB has finished selling all its shares in two for-profit prison companies.
PSAC members don’t want their pensions invested in those profiting from human suffering.