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Reforming Old Age Security: A Good Start but Incomplete


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Reforming Old Age Security: A Good Start but Incomplete

In 2012, the federal government shocked many Canadians by announcing an important change in the cherished Old Age Security (OAS) program, one of three key income programs for seniors. The reform, which was implemented in the 2013 budget, increases the age of eligibility for OAS to 67 from 65 beginning in 2023 with full implementation achieved in 2029. While the reform is a positive first step given the aging of Canadians, more is needed..


By Fraser Institute, Canada,


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