Research Study on the Canadian Retirement Income System. In preparation for the Federal-Provincial-Territorial Financial Minister’s Meeting in Whitehorse, the Ontario government commissioned Bob Baldwin, a recognized expert on pension policy, to prepare a report on the capacity of Canada’s retirement income system (RIS) to provide retirement incomes in the future.
Pensions For Plan Members. Every employer who establishes an employment pension plan that is subject to the Pension Benefits Act (PBA) must submit the pension plan to FSCO for registration.
The Ontario government announced today that it has received A Fine Balance: Safe Pensions, Affordable Plans, Fair Rules, the final report from the Expert Commission on Pensions. The province is seeking feedback on the report from Ontarians, with a written comment period ending February 27, 2009, and is committed to introducing legislation.Professor Harry Arthurs recently served as the sole member of the Ontario Expert Commission on Pensions (OECP) and recommended some 142 recommendations for reforming and reinvigorating Ontario’s occupational pension system. Some of these pension reforms have already been enacted.On November 20, 2008 the Ontario Expert Commission on Pensions released its final report, titled “A Fine Balance: Safe Pensions, Affordable Plans, Fair Rules.” The OECP Report, as well as the Research Program Summary and Research Papers are available on the OECP website. The report, written by Commissioner Harry Arthurs, contains 142 recommendations and proposes.
PIAC Response to Ontario Expert Commission on Pensions October 12, 2007 39 River Street, Toronto, Ontario M5A 3P1 Tel 1-416-640-0264 Fax 1-416-646-9460.
In November 2006, the Ontario Government established the Ontario Expert Commission on Pensions, chaired by Harry Arthurs, to review Ontario's occupational pension system. Working together, the OMERS Sponsors Corporation (SC) and OMERS Administration Corporation (OAC) developed a submission entitled Closing the Gap between Pension Regulation and Best Practices.
This involves a 2008 Report of the Ontario Expert Commission on Pensions (“OCEP”) (the “Arthurs Report”) and the discussion paper issued by the Department of Finance (Canada) in January 2009. Additionally, the paper contains a summary of the scope of the reforms in each jurisdiction.
Public pensions. Information on the Canada Pension Plan, Old Age Security pension and related benefits, the Canadian retirement income calculator and retirement planning.
Pension plans play an important role in the financial life of countless families throughout Ontario. Whether you need to find contact information for a plan administrator, understand what happens when you go on maternity leave, or what to do if your plan sponsor has filed for insolvency, we are here for you. FSRA has everything you need to understand your pension plan, all in one place.
Ontario: Proposed rules on Pension Advisory Committees.. However, in its report released in the Fall of 2008, the Ontario Expert Commission on Pensions determined that very few PACs exist and those that do exist are often ineffective because they lack access to relevant plan information.
In August 2016, Ipsos Reid conducted an online survey of 1,000 working adult Canadians on behalf of the Canadian Public Pension Leadership Council (CPPLC). The survey asked respondents about their expectations, desires and strategies for retirement through three types of questions: ranking preferences on a scale from 1 to 10, answering yes or no questions.
Ian Markham, an adviser to the Ontario Expert Commission on Pensions,. Director of research Robert Brown said at a pension conference yesterday that 20 research papers have been commissioned.
On November 9, 2006, the Premier of Ontario created the Ontario Expert Commission on Pensions to analyze employer-sponsored defined benefit pension plans in the province. The commission is part of the government's overall effort to modernize provincial law, boost economic competitiveness, and address changes that may affect private defined benefit pensions.
Pension Asset Expert Advisory Panel Report Read the report that gives independent accounting advice and recommendations to the government on how to apply public sector accounting standards to the Ontario Teachers' Pension Plan and Ontario Public Sector Employees' Union Pension Plan.
OECP releases policy papers Toronto, February 2008: The Ontario Expert Commission on Pensions (OECP) has released The policy papers commissioned as part of its research program, which undertook 17 research projects as part of the extensive review of Ontario’s pensions legislation.