Tag Archives: Jim Flaherty

Pension Benefits and Increasing Seniors Demographic

An increasing number of Canadians  are becoming concerned about their CPP benefits in light of the global economic turmoil. Among the greatest concerns are the prospect of a double dip recession, increased fiscal constraints, and a shrinking labour force of … Continue reading

Posted in Canada Pension Plan, CPP, Economy, Elders, Finance Minister Jim Flaherty, Health Care, Pension Reform, Pensions, Pooled pensions, Recession, Retirement, Seniors demographic, Seniors tsunami | Tagged , , , , , , , , , , | 12 Comments

Pension Reform and the Federal Election 2011

On April’s Fools day there was a skit on CBC radio with Mary Walsh (actress, comedian and social activist) as the host who announced the formation of a new political party. Venerable and well-known Canadian actor Gordon Pinsent had the … Continue reading

Posted in Basket of goods, Canada Pension Plan, CPP, Elections Canada, Federal Election 2011, Finance Minister Jim Flaherty, Gilles Duceppe, GIS, Guaranteed Income Supplement, Jack Layton, Michael Ignatieff, OAS, Old Age Security, Pension Reform, Seniors demographic, Stephen Harper | Tagged , , , , , , , , , , , , | 12 Comments