The ORPP is dead

“Wynne says CPP deal means no need for Ontario pension plan:  Premier Kathleen Wynne is retiring Ontario Retirement Pension Plan before it even started”

Toronto Star, June 21, 2016

“Under the provisional agreement to boost CPP, which must be approved by July 15, premiums for employees and employers will begin to rise in 2019, a year later than the ORPP’s provisional start date.”

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