Canadians can’t afford another four years of ragging the puck on pension reform. New numbers, released last week by the Broadbent Institute, show us why.
Seven weeks later, Finance Minister Bill Morneau is sounding less laissez faire. Let’s wait and see what he sounds like in June when he meets again with provincial ministers to discuss CPP, writes Sarah Schmidt.
The Hill Times photograph by Jake Wright
OTTAWA—During the Harper years, we got used to hearing the well-worn line about why now was not the time to expand the Canada Pension Plan.
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PIPSC president Debi Daviau says amount spent on outsourcing has increased ‘despite commitment by the government to reduce spending on external consultants to 2005 levels,’ at union’s annual general meeting.
The process of new MPs learning where their Ottawa offices will be will begin after Prime Minister Justin Trudeau announces who will be making up his re-jigged cabinet on Nov. 20, the government whip said last week.