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Reforming the Canadian Retirement System: Investing Social Security Assets in Equities (PDF)
Center for Retirement Research at Boston College Link to more items from this source
Apr. 7, 2006
13 pages. Excerpt: With respect to public pensions, Canada has faced a long-term financial challenge due to an aging population. In 1997, the nation responded by deciding to pre-fund its earnings-related public pension program -- the Canada Pension Plan (CPP) -- and investing a major portion of the accumulated assets in equities. The goal was to set a contribution and benefit that would be the same for each generation, using equities to minimize the cost of the program.

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