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Why employers need an option beyond the defined contribution pension plan

Jul 22, 2014

The pension landscape needs innovative ideas. Pension coverage and adequacy are tough issues facing Canadians, and the current defined-benefit and defined-contribution models do not fully fit the bill.

Website Promotes Sustainability

Jul 11, 2014

Morneau Shepell has launched a website focusing on the sustainability of Canadian pension plans.

Target-Benefit Plans in Canada - An Innovation Worth Expanding

Jul 10, 2014

Mel Bartlett, Morneau Shepell's Managing Partner, Atlantic Region, has co-authored Target-Benefit Plans in Canada - An Innovation Worth Expanding, a report for the C.D. Howe Institute...

Pension Woes Point to Target-Benefit Option: C.D. Howe Institute

Jul 9, 2014

Canadian governments need to move beyond defined-benefit (DB) versus defined-contribution (DC) pension model debates, and towards a middle-ground option that incorporates attributes of both designs.

30,000 Feet - Second quarter, 2014

Jul 9, 2014

The biggest stories of the quarter with significant ongoing impact

Morneau Shepell responds to TBP consultation paper

Jun 24, 2014

In its response to the Department of Finance’s consultation paper on the proposed target benefit plan (TBP) framework, Morneau Shepell stressed that all groups should collaborate to ensure a smooth transition.

Collaboration Needed For TBPs

Jun 24, 2014

All groups should collaborate to ensure a smooth transition to target benefit plans (TBP), says Morneau Shepell in its recommendations and its views on the proposed framework outlined in the department of finance's consultation paper...

Target benefit plan for Regina police

Jun 20, 2014

The Pension Benefits Regulations, 1993 in Saskatchewan has been amended to allow new funding rules for The Regina Police Pension Plan (the “Plan”), effective July 1, 2014.

Target Benefit Framework Welcomed

May 31, 2014

Canadian consulting firms are welcoming the federal government’s proposed federal framework for target benefit plans.

Why target benefit pensions won’t help the majority

May 24, 2014

Minister of State Kevin Sorenson’s proposal this month to introduce Target Benefit Pension Plans (TBPs) is potentially big news for Crown Corporations and federally regulated employers such as banks, telcos and transportation companies.