Slightly more than two million people between the ages of 55 and 64 were employed in 2006—a 43% increase over 2001 figures
Pensions and Retirement Security
Budget proposes to increase income exemption under the GIS program to 100 per cent of the first $3,500 of employment income
NS government announces three-person Expert Committee to review Nova Scotia’s Pension Benefits Act
Employment has increased 10 times faster among older workers aged 55 and over than among workers aged 25 to 54
Appeal in a 2007 decision of the Ontario Court of Appeal to Court to determine the appropriate conduct of employers managing employee pension funds
Seventeen research papers on topics ranging from the funding, taxation, and governance of pension plans, to comparative models of risk-based industries and guarantee funds.
Growing support among investment management firms for shareholder proposals that address excessive executive compensation
'Poor equity performance in the fourth quarter took its toll on plans’ funded status'
City will invite pension fund investors to consider investing in the revitalization of Toronto’s historic Union Station
Top 100 executives paid $8.5 million compared to average worker's salary of $38,998
Ottawa (3 Jan. 2008) At 10:33 a.m. on New Year's Day, top Canadian chief executive officers (CEOs) had already "earned" more money than the average Canadian worker will make in all of 2008.