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The CLC is hosting a Pension Conference February 4, 5 and 6, 2001 in Ottawa. The Conference is a must attend for CUPE pension activists trustees, committee members and activists who want to learn more about good pensions.

In plenary sessions and concurrent workshops, participants will look at how pension funds are invested, how to fight for equity issues in our workplace pensions, how to improve pension wages, the future of Canadas public pension system and much more.

This will be a unique opportunity to meet pension activists from all sectors of the Canadian labour movement to share experiences and learn from one another. As well, there will be participants from the international labour movement, the federal government including HRDC and Statistics Canada, the Canadian Institute of Actuaries and the Caledon Institute. Speakers include Michael Jantzy on the social index, Kirk Falkner of the Canadian Labour Business Centre and Monica Townsen, who was instrumental in writing the CUPE Trustee training.

See you in Ottawa for the Pension Conference February 2001.