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The CAAT Pension Plan condemns acts of racism and violence targeting the Black, Indigenous and People of Colour (BIPOC) communities.
Although the COVID-19 pandemic is disrupting our lives and investment markets, you can rest assured your benefit is secure and pensions will be paid on time.
The CAAT Plan concluded 2019 with a total of $13.5 billion in assets. The Plan is well-funded and has ample reserves to weather the investment market downturn.
FSRA has issued a Notice of Intended Decision for the merger of the YSB plan into the CAAT Pension Plan.
CAAT Pension Plan’s benefits remain very secure. Its plan funded status sits at 118% with funding reserves of $2.9 billion.
FSRA has provided consent to the transfer of assets from The Canadian Press’s (CP) two defined benefit (DB) pension plans into the CAAT Pension Plan.
A series of “housekeeping” amendments and the update of the CAAT Pension Plan Text are made to provide a better benefit under legislation.
FSRA has provided consent to the transfer of assets from Torstar Corporation’s eight defined benefit pensions plans into the CAAT Pension Plan.
The CAAT Pension Plan is honoured to be selected as one of Waterstone Human Capital’s “Most Admired Corporate Cultures” for 2019.