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Overall, the picture is very different from that portrayed by our politicians.
But a large minority worries the economy can't take it.
Increased mandatory contributions: Past proposals have suggested raising the contribution limit on CPP and the maximum benefit
The employer groups that vehemently oppose CPP hikes mostly don't offer any pension support for their employees. And their arguments are increasingly hysterical. They are still calling any CPP increase a "job killer" and managed to convince the junior minister of Finance to parrot their talking points.
MEECH LAKE, Que. - The drive to enrich Canada's main public pension plan took a major step forward Monday with an agreement
Last week in a speech in Davos, Switzerland, Prime Minister Stephen Harper lit a political powder keg when he hinted at possible