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Treasury Board Secretariat: $196.3 million Funding to address shortfalls under the Service Income Security Insurance Plan

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Re: Treasury Board Secretariat: $196.3 million Funding to address shortfalls under the Service Income Security Insurance Plan

Post by Guest on Fri 20 Feb 2015, 19:41

that there is the headline Rex, when and how

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Re: Treasury Board Secretariat: $196.3 million Funding to address shortfalls under the Service Income Security Insurance Plan

Post by bigrex on Fri 20 Feb 2015, 14:08

Funny how they left out the fact that the real reason that there has been spike LTD recipients, was because they had illegally denied benefits to disabled Veterans for decades, but had to start because of the lawsuit.

As far as the funds to address the NVC fixes, I would not get too upset until the budget comes out. My only fear is that the changes are not made before the election is called, leaving us waiting until a new government can be formed, and we have to start all over again.
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Post by 6608 on Fri 20 Feb 2015, 05:30

The supplementary estimates released Thursday ask Parliament to approve $1.8-billion in new spending across the federal government


Treasury Board Secretariat: $196.3 million
Funding to address shortfalls under the Service Income Security Insurance Plan
This funding is for a one-time payment into the Service Income Security Insurance Plan (SISIP) to address immediate non-discretionary pressures. SISIP provides long-term disability benefits to medically-released Canadian Armed Forces (CAF) members. Over the past two years, a spike in new long-term disability claims has been experienced due to an increase in medically-released CAF members with the end of the Afghanistan mission. This has resulted in a funding shortfall within the plan, which requires that each claimant’s full estimated future benefits be funded on a cash basis.

http://www.tbs-sct.gc.ca/ems-sgd/sups/c/20142015/sec-bsdctb-eng.asp

of notable absence is any increased funding for PA/NVC changes/fixes that require funds not impressed Mr O’Toole


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