Community Living Toronto has entered into an agreement to merge its pension plans with the CAAT Pension Plan. As with previous mergers of this type, active members of the Community Living Toronto pension plans must consent to the merger through a voting process, with unionized members being represented by their local CUPE 2191. This process concludes on September 30, 2019. If the merger proceeds, employees will start contributing to and earning a benefit under the CAAT Pension Plan as of October 1, 2019.
Postmedia, London Cross Cultural Learning Centre, and The Canadian Press join CAAT’s award-winning DBplus design on July 1st
(Toronto: March 7, 2019) The CAAT Pension Plan stands 120% funded on a going-concern basis, with a funding reserve of $2.6 billion, based on its latest actuarial valuation as at January 1, 2019.
On February 19, the CAAT Pension Plan’s main telephone line (416-673-9000 / 1-866-350-2228) will be updated...
Read the Retired Member Newsletter for January 2019
We are pleased to report on the findings of our annual surveys of retired and active members that finished in early September. More than 2,800 retired members responded – a 28% increase over last year. Thank you to all who took part.
A positive change that applies to members who work part time or on contract will take effect on January 1, 2019. This change does not affect retired members or their pensions. Additionally, there are no changes for members who work full time.
All members and employers benefit from growing plan membership. The following have joined the CAAT Pension Plan as our newest employers.
Andrew Mathenge is the Director of Information Technology at the CAAT Pension Plan. An important part of Andrew’s responsibilities is cybersecurity – the protection of information within computer systems, networks and programs.