Benefits Beyond Age 65

Effective December 12, 2006 the Ontario Government's Bill 211 will come into effect eliminating mandatory retirement at age 65. Bill 211 will redefine the prohibition on discrimination based on age  in the Human Rights Code therby protecting all persons over age 18 from age discrimination.

Click here for a Summary of Benefits Implications for Employees Working Beyond Age 65.

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Please note, the information contained in the above documents is intended as a brief summary of the main provisions of the McMaster University Contributory Pension Plan for Salaried Employees of McMaster University including McMaster Divinity College 2000 and the applicable benefit policies.  As it is a summary only, these documents are not intended to have legal effect.  Further, in the event of any discrepancy or inconsistency, the official Plan text or benefit policy will govern.