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Proposed Amendment to Regulation 909 of the Pension Benefits Act - Statements for Former and Retired Members
This posting describes the proposed regulatory requirements to implement s. 27(2) of the PBA, requiring plan administrators to provide periodic statements to former members and retired members.
Comments Due Date:  June 16, 2014
 
Proposed Amendment to Regulation 909 under the Pension Benefits Act: Disclosure of Environmental, Social and Governance Factors in Statements of Investment Policies and Procedures
The proposed amendment to Regulation 909 would require plans to file Statements of Investment Policies and Procedures (SIPPs) with the regulator and to disclose whether or not their SIPPs address environmental, social or governance factors.
Comments Due Date:  June 16, 2014
 
Proposed Amendment to Regulation 909 under the Pension Benefits Act: Updated filing requirements to reflect recent changes to accounting standards
Proposed update of Section 76 of the General Regulation of the Pension Benefits Act (PBA) to reflect updates to the Chartered Professional Accountant (CPA) Canada Handbook, previously referred to as the Canadian Institute of Chartered Accountants (CICA) Handbook.
Comments Due Date:  June 16, 2014
 
Proposed Amendment to Regulation 909 under the Pension Benefits Act - Direct Payments from Pension Plans which provide Defined Contribution Benefits
This posting describes the proposed regulatory requirements that would allow pension plans which provide a defined contribution benefit to pay retirement income directly to members, based on Life Income Fund amounts under the PBA.
Comments Due Date:  June 10, 2014
 
Reducing Coal Use In Energy-Intensive Industries  (source: Environmental Registry)
The Ministry of the Environment is proposing regulatory changes to help Ontario's energy-intensive and trade-exposed manufacturing industries (such as the cement, lime, iron and steel sectors) take advantage of opportunities to reduce the use of coal and petroleum coke.
Comments Due Date:  June 1, 2014