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St. John Ambulance brings back DB pension by joining CAAT Effective date expected to be April 1, 2021 Toronto, March 15, 2021 – About 500 employees of St. John Ambulance are poised to join the CAAT...

Toronto, March 10, 2021 — CAAT Pension Plan is pleased to announce the appointment of Asif Haque as Chief Investment Officer effective May 1, 2021. Asif joined CAAT in 2010 and holds the position of...

CAAT resilient through a tumultuous year Plan funded at 119% with funding reserves of $3.3 billion Toronto, March 3, 2021—The CAAT Pension Plan stands 119% funded on a going-concern basis, with a...

Members of Sanofi pension plan to join CAAT Effective date expected to be April 1, 2021 Toronto, February 10, 2021 — Two unions representing nearly 1,000 employees of Sanofi Canada have ratified...

By Derek W. Dobson, CEO, CAAT Pension Plan January 18, 2020 Many Canadians haven’t saved nearly enough for retirement. Those without any workplace saving program have a median savings of just...

For the second consecutive year, CAAT has been named a Top Greater Toronto Area (GTA) Employer thanks to our winning culture, community involvement, and learning and development opportunities. Read...

In December 2020, Julie Cays was named CIO of the Year by the Canadian Investment Review. The award is presented to a leader in pension investing who has demonstrated significant improvements to her...

Municipal benchmarking collaborative is CAAT’s newest employer Toronto, December 7, 2020 — MBNCanada (formerly Ontario Municipal Benchmarking Initiative) has joined CAAT Pension Plan through DBplus...

CAAT welcomes new members from Canada’s most easterly province Toronto, November 18, 2020 – the College of Physicians and Surgeons of Newfoundland and Labrador (College) know a good remedy when they...

Too many Canadians see pensions as a zero-sum negotiation between employees and employers, where one group loses so the other group wins. While employees have long desired pension features like...