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The retirement age in Canada is too low—and that’s a growing problem

Peter Shawn Taylor: The Liberals reversed a plan to push the eligibility age for retirement benefits to 67. It goes against global trends and economic reality.
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Already in the middle class? Trudeau’s reforms look great

But if you’re struggling to join it? Not nearly as appealing
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4 takeaways from Justin Trudeau’s pre-summer briefing

Justin Trudeau didn’t stray off-script in his press conference, looking back on eight months in power
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Why CPP reform is the Liberals’ bold play for the middle

The Liberals’ CPP reform is just part of a larger—and risky—thrust to win over the middle class
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Making sense of the CPP expansion

Economist Kevin Milligan explains how the CPP expansion came about, what it means for workers, and what comes next
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Is flexible federalism the best fix for CPP reform?

A new proposal would allow interested provinces to establish CPP-like schemes now and leave the door open to future national CPP reform
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What it takes to grow Canada’s national nest egg

As head of the massive Canada Pension Plan Investment Board, Mark Wiseman is having to take bigger bets and bigger risks to ensure the pension fund keeps growing
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The huge new retirement savings plan nobody’s talking about

Ontario isn’t the only province rolling out a mandatory retirement savings plan
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CPP reform? Here we go, again.

The Tories’ about-face on CPP reform may be driven by politics, but we should welcome the fact that it’s back on the agenda
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The Ontario Liberals’ pension proposal needs work

There is no other policy of this scale in the party platforms and it deserves a much closer look