BUILD - Winter 2020 Newsletter
"Life You Say? As a member of the Labourers' Pension Fund (LPF), upon your retirement, you will receive a pension every month for the rest of your life. You can depend on it. As you work, you earn an additional amount of monthly pension which is paid for by the contributions remitted on your behalf. Each year you can find how much pension you have earned, or accrued, by looking at your annual pension statement. You will have both a great pension plan and an insurance plan whereby you don't have to worry about your account running out of money. Who wouldn't want more security for your entire family?" Find out more by logging into AccessLPF to read this article and many others on the Publications page.
BUILD - Summer 2019 Newsletter
"Retirement Ready? For many of us, retirement is too far off to worry about. We've got bills, mortgages and kids staying at home with us longer than ever before. For those of us that are starting to think about retirement, we are wondering when we will be able to retire, where our income will come from, and wishing we had started thinking about it long before now. So, when is the right time to start planning for retirement, and what do you need to know?" Find out more by logging into AccessLPF to read this article and many others on the Publications page.
The Top 100 Pension Plans - Benefits Canada 2019
Benefits Canada Magazine - June 2019
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LiUNA: Exclusive with Joseph Mancinelli - The Canadian Business Journal
The Canadian Business Journal - April 2019
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BUILD - Winter 2019 Newsletter
"A recent pension survey confirmed just how good our pension plan really is. The level of pension provided by the LPF is among the highest of all multi-employer pension plans (MEPPs) in Canada! The survey identified LPF pensions in the top 5% of all plans surveyed - that means that 95% of trade workers have lower pension benefits than you.” Log in to AccessLPF to read more on the Publications page.
Summary Plan Description - Jan 2019
This booklet provides extensive details of the Plan features based on the Rules and Regulations in effect on and after March 1, 2015. It explains in detail the benefits offered by the LPF, eligibility requirements to the various types of pensions, how your pension is calculated and much more. Log in to AccessLPF to view this booklet on the Publications Page.
Plan Overview Booklet - Jan 2019
This booklet provides an overview of benefits under the Labourers’ Pension Fund (the “Plan”). It explains a number of facts about the Plan, including how to join, how to earn pension credits, and the types of lifetime pensions available. Log in to AccessLPF to read more on the Publications Page.
Bulletin - Nov 2018
Our members are very important to us. We want to make sure that you receive all of your pension information when you need it. This bulletin outlines our new Member Services Department. We are here for you via all communication outlets: Telephone, email, in person, on-line or using our mobile APP. No matter where you are, you can access our services ANYTIME...ANYWHERE. As communicated to you in the past, the Trustees have filed a written election with the Ontario Superintendent of Financial Services to be declared a Specified Ontario Multi-Employer Pension Plan (SOMEPP) under the Ontario Pension Benefits Regulation. Log in to AccessLPF to read more on the Publications page.
Notice of SOMEPP Election - Nov 2018
Following the most recently filed valuation report, the Trustees have filed a new written election with the Ontario Superintendent of Financial Services to be declared a Specified Ontario Multi-Employer Pension Plan (SOMEPP) under the Ontario Pension Benefits Regulation. Log in to AccessLPF to read more on the Publications page.
BUILD - Summer 2018 Newsletter
"Highlights for the 2017 year",”Economic Update – The Canadian Economy is Growing and Wages are Up – Will Increasing Interest Rates and Donald Trump Spoil the Party?", "Plan Direction Positive, Legislation Direction Unclear". Please log in to AccessLPF to read these articles and more on the Publications page