Member scenarios

Calculating your pension is complicated. The following scenarios will help you understand how the changes may impact your pension.


Scenario overviews

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Adam

Age (at March 31, 2018) 27
Pensionable service 4 years
HAS $5,500 ($66,000 per year)
Work Full time from April 1, 2014
Retirement date March 31, 2049

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Joyce

Age (at March 31, 2018) 35
Pensionable service 15 years
HAS $4,167 ($50,000 per year)
Work Full time from April 1, 2003
Retirement date March 31, 2038

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Margie

Age (at March 31, 2018) 51
Pensionable service 26 years
HAS $6,667 ($80,000 per year)
Work Full time from April 1, 1992
Retirement date March 31, 2022

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Katie

Age (at March 31, 2018) 55
Pensionable service 15 years
HAS $3,700 ($44,400 per year)
Work 75% from April 1, 1998
Retirement date March 31, 2018

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Lauren

Age (at March 31, 2018) 55
Pensionable service 20 years
HAS $20,000 ($240,000 per year)
Work Full time from April 1, 1998
Retirement date March 31, 2018

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Hannah

Age (at March 31, 2018) 56
Pensionable service 27 years
HAS $5,800 ($69,600 per year)
Work Full time from April 1, 1991
Retirement date March 31, 2018

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Anh

Age (at March 31, 2018) 56
Pensionable service 34 years
HAS $6,500 ($78,000 per year)
Work Full time from April 1, 1991
Retirement date March 31, 2018

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Fred

Age (at March 31, 2018) 60
Pensionable service 31 years
HAS $11,000 ($132,000 per year)
Work Full time from April 1, 1987
Retirement date March 31, 2018

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Stanislav

Age (at March 31, 2018) 64
Pensionable service 16 years
HAS $5,200 ($62,400 per year)
Work Full time from April 1, 2002
Retirement date March 31, 2018

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IMPORTANT plan changes

Board Communique: March 16, 2018

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