Millennials urged to plan for '100-year horizon' — Peter Armstrong, CBC News
Retirees / NUARC
(National Union Action on Retiree Concerns)
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By Grace MacAluso, Windsor Star — September 20, 2016
Detroit Three-Unifor contract talks aren’t expected to gear up until late summer, but Local 444 retirees want to make sure their concerns aren’t forgotten at the bargaining table.
The fourth in a series of five NUPGE Pension Basics webinars will explore the legal and regulatory framework governing pension plans in Canada.
The third in a series of five NUPGE Pension Basics webinars will explore the basics of pension investment, investment risks and opportunities and the role of trustees in setting investment policies.
Changes proposed in budget would have seen drug costs increase for many seniors.
Webinar on pension plan funding and the role of the actuary to take place Friday, April 8.
Spending plan will also invest heavily in "unsexy" infrastructure projects.
NUPGE set to deliver first in a series of five Pension Basics webinars.
"The Pension Basics webinars are a part of NUPGE’s ongoing efforts to increase the knowledge base and skill level of our activists in the important area of pensions." — Larry Brown, NUPGE National Secretary-Treasurer
The ink is barely dry on last week’s Ontario budget and already Premier Kathleen Wynne is conceding the possibility that her government didn’t “get it right” on the sensitive issue of prescription drugs for seniors.
She’s correct: making most seniors pay more for their prescriptions is a wrong-headed approach and the sooner the government backs away from it, the better.
It’s the biggest flaw in what was generally a well-crafted budget, considering Ontario’s difficult financial situation.