The Globe and Mail: In a 2014 study on retirement readiness, the Conference Board of Canada found most Canadians are saving but that six in 10 survey respondents said they have not put aside enough for their senior years.
Globe Advisor: More older Canadians are participating in the labour force, according to the National Seniors Council, with 34.6 per cent of those aged 55 and older working in November last year, according to Stats Canada's recent labour force...
The Globe and Mail: The question we have to ask about every good news personal-finance story is whether the young adults of Generation Y are part of it.
Benefits Canada: Last week Quebec introduced Bill 34, “An Act to amend the Supplemental Pension Plans Act with respect to the funding and restructuring of certain multi-employer pension plans,” according to Morneau Shepell’s News & Views...
On January 20, 2015, the Ontario government released a proposed framework to facilitate the merger or conversion of Single Employer Pension Plans (“SEPPs”) to Jointly Sponsored Pension Plans (“JSPPs”) in the broad public sector.
On November 26, 2014, Quebec’s Finance Minister, Mr. Carlos Leitão, introduced Bill 28 amending various laws, some of which have an impact on prescription drug prices and thus on group insurance policies.
The evolution of the financial situation of pension plans since December 31, 2014
Every year, companies must establish an expense for their defined benefit pension plans.
A recent national survey conducted by Morneau Shepell indicates that one in three working Canadians reports having, or having had, a mental health condition such as depression or an anxiety disorder.
On February 18, 2015, the Quebec Minister of Employment and Social Solidarity, François Blais, tabled Bill 34, “An Act to amend the Supplemental Pension Plans Act with respect to the funding and restructuring of certain multi-employer pension...