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Photo Save to mystar Share on Facebook Kathleen Wynne is at a turning point on pensions. For much of her first year in power, the premier campaigned to boost the Canada Pension Plan. Rebuffed by Ottawa, Wynne is now planning an Ontario pension plan
Photo Save to mystar Share on Facebook The broad outlines of a new Ontario pension plan are taking shape...Behind the scenes, the Liberal government has launched a high-stakes internal debate on how to create a massive new retirement savings program.
Other options included the 49 per cent of respondents who planned on selling their homes or property for some cash. Less than half 40 per cent were counting on an inheritance, while 34 per cent hoped to win a lottery. Twenty-eight per cent say they
Is this more pre-positioning for a tax hike, or a good sign for the fiscally sound?...After all, as Canada's finance minister he made the rare accomplishment of balancing the federal budget. Back in 1994, Mr. Martin called payroll taxes a cancer on
Ontario Finance Minister Charles Sousa says his federal counterpart Jim Flaherty used stall tactics to ensure changes to the Canada Pension Plan were not discussed at a meeting of finance ministers Monday. CP Video Watch Canadians need help reaching
With NPA's strength, peace talks an option for next presidentSison 7:51 am Monday, January 20th, 2014 CPP founder Jose Maria Sison: Looking forward to resumption of peace talks...Its armed wing, the New People's Army (NPA), has been waging war
ETC-002-2014 January 15, 2014 An article by Dr. Gaffar Peang-Meth published by the Asian Human Rights Commission Confucius (551-479BC): "Learning without thought is labor lost; thought without learning is perilous." Albert Einstein (1879-1955): "
pay-outs to customers approved Up to seven million people will receive pay-outs, as a result of CPP's mis-selling Pay-outs to seven million people who were mis-sold insurance for their bank and credit cards can now go ahead, following a vote in
The Canadian Taxpayers Federation (CTF) has crunched the numbers and despite the federal government's announcement that it's freezing Employment Insurance taxes for three years, many Canadians' paycheques will be getting smaller after January 1st as
The Communist Party of the Philippines (CPP) dismissed as hollow and loud the declaration made by the Aquino administration that it will continue to seek peace with communist insurgents...The party added: Instead of pursuing formal peace negotiations,