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Check out the Pensions BC website.  Click here for more information on Cost of Living Increases. This year’s increase is 1.5%.

 

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Check the Affiliations tab for newsletters, news and other issues from these affiliated groups: The National Pensioners’ Federation, COSCO, and Canadian Centre for Policy Alternatives.

 

  

You are invited to join the Association of British Columbia College Pension Plan Retirees (CPPR).
CPPR offers Advocacy for and Service to BC retired post-secondary educators and administrators.

 

How to Join

If you are a retired British Columbia post-secondary educator or administrator.

Click on our downloadable brochure/membership application form (pdf file), print the form, enter the required information and mail to this address.

Association of British Columbia College Pension Plan Retirees

c/o The Federation of Post-Secondary Educators

400-550 West 6th Avenue

Vancouver, BC

V5Z 1A1  

 

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Important notices regarding proposed federal pension amendments, Bill C-27

Please read these two posts which describe a bill going into second reading which proposes to amend the Pension Benefit Standards Act of 1985 for federally regulated pensions. As the backgrounder describes, it could convert “…non-guaranteed, conditional pension benefits.” While our pensions are provincially mandated, as the notices point out, “…if passed, it will form a foothold to start weakening all provincially regulated pension plans.” This is important legislation as the notices describe very clearly.


This will be a topic at  our AGM meeting, Nov 15, 2017

 

Bill C-27: Backgrounder(pdf)

 

 

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