Cooke M. The Canada Pension Plan Goes to Market

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School of Social Work, Carleton University
Canadian Review of Social Policy/
Revue Canadienne de politique sociale
Spring/Summer 2003, No. 51, p. 126-131

Since it began investing Canadian workers’ public pension
money on the stock market in March 1999, the Canada
Pension Plan Investment Board (CPPIB) had lost $3.1 billion
dollars by the end of 2002 (CPPIB, 2003b). Despite this
record, the federal Ministry of Finance is now moving to shift
all Canada Pension Plan assets to the control of the CPPIB
through legislation currently working its way through Parliament.

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