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Winnipeg eliminating police overtime from pensionable income by 2020

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Joe Nunes:

Good: Addressing both the 3:1 funding imbalance and the unreasonable cost of having an officer work lots of overtime right before retirement.

Bad: If including overtime in pensionable earnings is part of the collective agreement then it is acting in bad faith to try and unilaterally change the deal.

Monday, August 19 at 10:57 am | Reply


Given that the Canada Revenue Agency defines “pensionable earnings” nation-wide, does the City of Winnipeg have any authority to do anything?

Also, since CPP maxes out at around $60,000 of annual income, would any changes by the City have any effect on higher-wage police officers?

Monday, August 19 at 1:05 pm | Reply

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