Federal Finance Minister Bill Morneau is drawing the ire of Canada’s labour movement with a government bill that sets new rules for how employers can change their workplace pension plans.
Picking up on an idea that was first proposed two years ago under the Conservatives, Bill C-27 sets new terms for federally regulated employers looking to create target-benefit pension plans, which are sometimes called “shared-risk” plans.
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