"A Day in the Life" of a Pension and Benefits Officer at PIPSC: Bernard Dussault

"A Day in the Life" of a Pension and Benefits Officer at PIPSC: Bernard Dussault

Fellow Members,

We would like to take the opportunity to share with you a "Day in the Life" of a Pension and Benefits Officers at PIPSC and how they add value to the organization.

Today we are showcasing Bernard Dussault who was from 1992 to 1998 the Chief Actuary of the Canada Pension Plan, Old Age Security and the Public Service Superannuation Plan (CPP, OAS and PSSP) and now works with PIPSC. He brings significant experience in pensions and benefits especially with respect to actuarial issues. In addition, as a pension expert recognized across Canada he is often invited to speak at various conferences where he diligently defends defined benefit and public service pensions.

We encourage all PIPSC members to watch Bernard live in action as he has been invited to speak at a conference hosted by the Canadian Labour Congress (CLC) on Monday, November 19 at 7:00 PM. He will be part of a panel discussing the merits of expanding the CPP to provide Canadian workers with a more secure retirement.

This conference is moderated by Susan Harada, associate professor of journalism at Carleton University and former national parliamentary correspondent for the CBC.

More information:


e-mail: pr-secretary@clc-ctc.ca
telephone: 613-521-3400 x.285
webcast link: http://webcasts.welcome2theshow.com/CLC2012

WHERE: Ottawa Marriott Hotel, Victoria Ballroom

WHEN: Monday, November 19, 2012

TIME: 7:00 – 8:00 PM EST


Bernard Dussault, former Chief Actuary of the Government of Canada
Dr. Keith Horner, nationally recognized pension consultant
Dr. Michael Wolfson, Research Chair, University of Ottawa

In Solidarity,

Gary Corbett & Shannon Bittman
President and Vice-President,
The Professional Institute for the Public Service of Canada

Publish Date: 16-NOV-2012 10:00 AM

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