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The Ontario Teachers’ Pension Plan (OTPP) serves a total of active and retired membership of over 260,000.

OSSTF/FEESO represents the interests of approximately 40,000 contributors to the OTPP through the member plan sponsor, the Ontario Teachers’ Federation.

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OTPP and OTF have commissioned Pollara to undertake a poll of members.

This Update discusses the plan’s current shortfall, the role of the Sustainability Work Group and how the shortfall may be addressed.

Although the 2010 Annual Report continues to show a deficit in the plan despite two strong years of gains. The Government and the teacher Partners are currently engaged in discussion with the Plan regarding the possibility of filing the January 1, 2011 valuation.

In the Annual Action Plan, approved by AMPA 2009, the Provincial Executive proposed OSSTF/FEESO develop materials designed to educate members regarding the Ontario Teachers’ Pension Plan. This is the final issue of a series of papers being developed.

The 95/20 rule is retiring and beginning September 1, 2012, every retiree will be permitted 50 days of re-employment in each school year. 

Last week, representatives of the Ontario Teachers’ Federation met with Maude Barlow and four members of the Council of Canadians to discuss the Ontario Teachers’ Pension Plan’s investment in water and sewage systems in Chile.

This is the third issue of a series of papers developed by OSSTF/FEESO to educate its members regarding the Ontario Teachers’ Pension Plan. Topics include: contribution rates, transfer agreements, and leaves of absence.

This is the second issue of a series of papers developed by OSSTF/FEESO to educate its members regarding the Ontario Teachers’ Pension Plan.

In the Annual Action Plan, approved by AMPA 2009, the Provincial Executive proposed OSSTF/FEESO develop materials designed to educate members regarding the Ontario Teachers’ Pension Plan. This is intended to be Issue #1 of a series of papers to be developed.

Communiqué – April 4, 2008
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