Colorado group appeals to Canadians over CPP-owned energy firm
Boulder residents ask fro an end to investments in Crestone Peak Resources, accused of polluting their air and water.
CPP breaking its rules with third party donations in US: environment group
Crestone Peak Resources is a Colorado-based company wholly owned by the plan.
CPP investment CEO bullish on oil despite price crash, emissions debate
He cites demand for fossil fuels, which is expected to remain strong for many years.
Kenny claims hostile federal government, proposes pulling out of CPP
Says Ottawa and some provinces are unfairly restricting Alberta’s oil and gas industry with regressive laws and policy roadblocks.
Election 2019: Liberal, NDP make promises that need the provinces
Trudeau government changed relationship with premiers, but then things changed again.
CPP Fund grows to $366.6B, performance remains on track
Canada Pension Plan Investment Board says its main fund grew to $366.6 billion at the end of June, up $10.5 billion from March.
CPP expansion will shrink available investment capital
Could reduce domestic investment up to $114 billion from 2019 to 2030.
CPP reform could lift plan’s assets above $15 trillion by 2090
Small business advocates have warned CPP reform will drive up costs in what they have described as a “payroll tax.”
China, Canada face similar pension challenges: CEO of CPP
Each country will have only about 2-1/2 working-age people per retired person by 2046.
BC to back Ottawa’s proposal to expand the CPP
Trudeau government to introduce legislation n the House of Commons “shortly.”
Poloz supports CPP expansion to help future retirees
As stubbornly low interest rates persist, BoC governor thinks it’s time for Canadians to revisit their retirement plans.
CPP reform to sting economy, jobs over short term
But Finance Department says it will help beyond 2025.
CPP Investment Board buys Ascot Underwriting for $1.1B
Part of a strategy to grow in specific sub-sectors in financial services.
Canadians not informed on CPP expansion deal: Ipsos poll
CFIB says 70% oppose the plan if it affects their wages.
Ontario pays for radio ad to promote the federal CPP
Auditor General finds ad to be self-congratulatory; aimed at crediting government for the pension initiative.