Feds Careful On Pension Age

The Department of Employment in an Access To Information memo said it is watching public reaction to a proposal that Parliament increase the minimum age for Old Age Security benefits. Parliament in 2016 repealed legislation by the previous Conservative cabinet that raised the age of eligibility from 65 to 67: “The department will monitor public and stakeholder reaction.”

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