Instead of improving the Canada Pension Plan, Flaherty's proposal is a sign Canada’s banks and financial institutions have hijacked this important issue. Send Flaherty a message with form in article.
May 25, 2010
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Join a panel of policy experts and workers at a breakfast hosted by the CUPE as they discuss solutions for fixing Canada’s pension crisis.
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It's worth listening to what the people say, and not just to those who insult, demean and dismiss them.
Fight for retirement security, and for young workers and families.
If a week can produce movement like this, much more is possible.
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