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  • Dwayne
    July 02, 2010 - 13:33

    Ms. Payne has articulated her perspective very well; a viewpoint I strongly agree with. To do nothing is assurance of the ineffectiveness of the CPP on a go-forward basis. The time is now to increase the premiums for the sake of those who need it and the integrity of the CPP; A program that is the envy of other countries. This Country was built on care for all not enormous profit for a few. A caring society is a prosperous society.

  • mike
    July 02, 2010 - 13:23

    The pe ple most in need of financial assiatance,those seniors receiving the supplement will not benefit from an increase in the Canada pension,because those officials who are still wearing the rose colored glasses will make sure that they take the increase off their supplement,you cant win for losing.

  • Dwayne
    July 01, 2010 - 20:21

    Ms. Payne has articulated her perspective very well; a viewpoint I strongly agree with. To do nothing is assurance of the ineffectiveness of the CPP on a go-forward basis. The time is now to increase the premiums for the sake of those who need it and the integrity of the CPP; A program that is the envy of other countries. This Country was built on care for all not enormous profit for a few. A caring society is a prosperous society.

  • mike
    July 01, 2010 - 20:08

    The pe ple most in need of financial assiatance,those seniors receiving the supplement will not benefit from an increase in the Canada pension,because those officials who are still wearing the rose colored glasses will make sure that they take the increase off their supplement,you cant win for losing.