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Is Your Pension at Risk? Wednesday, March 1 at 7 p.m., Ottawa Public Library Is Your Pension at Risk? Wednesday, March 1 at 7 p.m., Ottawa Public Library
Publish Date: 28-FEB-2017 10:44 AM
The Trudeau government’s Bill C-27 threatens the pensions of all Canadian workers. 
 
Save Defined Benefit Pensions. Stop C-27!Save Defined Benefit Pensions. Stop C-27!
Publish Date: 12-DEC-2016 02:19 PM
Bill C-27, introduced in Parliament last October, would substantially expand the ability of employers to offer target benefit pension plans, which provide a much lower level of security and predictability than defined benefit plans by shifting risks from employers to employees. 
 

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Public Service Pensions: Spotlight on New Brunswick

New-Brunswick Constitutional Challenge Update No. 3
Publish Date: 31-AUG-2016 11:41 AM
 
Press Release: PIPSC Welcomes CUPE’s Participation in Legal Proceedings against the Government of New Brunswick's attack on workers' pensions Press Release: PIPSC Welcomes CUPE’s Participation in Legal Proceedings against the Government of New Brunswick's attack on workers' pensions
Publish Date: 09-JUN-2016 03:30 PM
Ottawa, June 9, 2016 – Today , the Canadian Union of Public Employees (CUPE) served the province of New Brunswick with a Notice of Motion to intervene in the Professional Institute of the Public Service of Canada’s (PIPSC) legal action against the Government of New Brunswick’s attack on workers’ pensions. 
 

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Legal Challenges

Supreme Court of Canada Dismisses Unions' Appeal Related to Pension Surplus
Publish Date: 20-DEC-2012 02:26 PM  Supreme Court of Canada Dismisses Unions' Appeal Related to Pension Surplus
In a unanimous decision, the Supreme Court of Canada yesterday dismissed the appeal filed by federal public service unions in relation to the government's appropriation of the $30 billion surplus from the Public Service Pension Plan in 1999. 
 

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Contact Info

John Staric
1-800-267-0446
ext. 4712
jstaric@pipsc.ca

Dejan Toncic
1-800-267-0446
ext. 4767
dtoncic@pipsc.ca