CFP Representatives Discuss Pensions on Zoomer TV

CFPs very own Ken Davids , Pat Mousseau, and Mike Powell made guest appearances on Zoomer TV recently, with a scintillating panel discussion on pension (in)security. After the initial broadcast, the video is now available on the web at the link below. Ken, Mike and Pat make excellent points on the lack of real protections… Continue Reading

CFP Outreach to MPPs on Pension Reform

CFP continues to work on a number of fronts to keep our concerns around Ontario’s Proposed Pension reforms. In addition to Advocacy Day on Oct 17th, CFP has been continuing our outreach to individual MPPs to discuss our issues with the new Reforms. October 4, Bob Farmer, President, CFP, held several informational meetings with a… Continue Reading

Advocacy Day is coming Oct 17th!

Background On May 19, 2017, the Government of Ontario shared a preliminary view of their intentions to modify the requirements for Pension Plan solvency funding with the intention, after further consultation and assessment, with the intent of bringing forth legislation as early as this fall. This affects the amount of money that Pension Plan sponsors… Continue Reading

CFP’s Bob Farmer meets with Ontario MPPs on Pension Reforms

On October 4, Bob Farmer, President of CFP, met with a number of MPPs in various meetings, including Teresa Armstrong (MPP-London Fanshawe…and NDP Seniors Critic) and Julia Munro (MPP-York Simcoe and PC Pensions Critic). Bob reviewed CFPs key concerns around Ontario’s proposals for pension reforms advanced by Minister Sousa in May of 2017. Bob discussed… Continue Reading

Summer Time Activity

Over the summer, the CFP has been busy! Our team has been working on a number of initiatives to continue our mission to raise awareness on pension plan security and regulations. First, CFP members have been preparing for a Pension Advocacy Initiative Day on Oct 17th at Queens Park, to get together with MPPs from all… Continue Reading

2017 FSCO Annual Stakeholder Meeting

On March 29th, representative groups from the CFP met with the senior executives and managers from Ontario’s Financial Services Commission of Ontario, the regulatory body that oversees various portions of the financial sectors in Ontario, including pensions. Annually, FSCO invites representatives from various pension groups and pensioner organizations to meet to discuss the status of… Continue Reading

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