FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE DECEMBER 9, 2013 SUPPORT FOR GOVERNMENT PLUMMETS; CPP THE REASON 71% of CARP members say...
CARP Member Callout: E-mail and/or Call your Federal and Provincial Ministers of Finance Before They Meet December 16th!
CARP is urging federal and provincial governments to act on CPP enhancement. CARP members expressed their concerns...
The entire world reacted as one this week to the long-expected death of Nelson Mandela, the greatest activist and...
Finance Canada has pulled partisan comments attacking the NDP over the Canada Pension Plan from its website – the...
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Susan’s Blog Entries for the Huffington Post Between November 25th and November 29th 2013, Susan Eng, CARP VP of Advocacy, wrote and published 3 articles on the Huffington Post website. They were: Why CPP Matters: Deconstructing... read more »
Finance Canada has pulled partisan comments attacking the NDP over the Canada Pension Plan from its website – the second time this year that political remarks from a Conservative minister have been posted and then removed from a... read more »
Despite the greater support CPP enhancements have been gaining each day, Minister Sorenson believes CPP enhancements would hurt jobs. CARP has long held that CPP enhancements will benefit all future generations of Canadians as well as... read more »
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE December 5, 2013 Toronto, ON: In the run-up to the federal-provincial Finance Ministers’ meeting next weekend, CARP members will be watching to see if the ministers will once... read more »
“This is the first generation in which two thirds of working Canadians don’t have any access to a workplace pension … which is why we are so invested in improving the CPP. There really is no other option at this time.” –... read more »
CARP's VP of Advocacy, Susan Eng, recently had another opportunity to write a blog for the Huffington Post. Following Susan Eng's November 22nd article on Why CPP Matters, this November 28th post links the OECD report detailing the rise in... read more »
Susan Eng, CARP's VP of Advocacy, recently sat down with the hosts of the Lang and O'Leary Show on CBC to discuss the OECD findings on Canadian seniors' poverty levels and CPP enhancements. The show's clip can be found at the bottom of this... read more »