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You will find below the link giving you access to the BGP President's Video (Denis Marquis), at the Annual General Meeting for the Ontario Central Chapter, held on May 12th, 2022.
June 7th 2022,
Hôtel Universel, 5000 Sherbrooke Street East (Corner Viau), Montreal
Virtual meeting held on June 1st, 2021
The Cost of Living Adjustment : Bell Canada has confirmed the COLA for 2022 to be 2% for pensioner under 65 years of age and 2.82% for pensioners 65 years and over.
BGP's response to our members' questions on Pension indexation court approved deductions being deductible as expenses.
This year, The Personal will be distributing a total of $6.8 million to participants of the Bell home and auto insurance plan
Bell will be mailing out the personalized retroactive pension indexation adjustment statements from October 22nd to October 25th
Election 2021: Urge the Federal Party Leaders and Your Local Candidates to take the 100% Pension Promise Pledge before September 20th
Winner: Suzanne Lefebvre, Congratulations !
Link to send an email to your MP
The Notice to all class members (participants to the Bell pension plan) has now been approved by the Court and is in the process of being sent to pensioners
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BPG members are invited to consider signing an online petition, indicating their support for Bill C-253 which proposes amendments to Canada’s bankruptcy and insolvency laws to better protect pensioners.
Are you currently employed by Bell Canada and eligible to receive a defined benefit pension upon retirement? This message is for you.
In presenting its 1Q2020 results on May 7, 2020, BCE noted that the solvency ratio for the Bell DB pension plan declined from approximately 101% at the end of 2019 to approximately 100% at the end of March, 2020. In other words, the Bell pension remains fully funded.
Join the conversation and help us surpass a billion total messages of support for mental health and $100 million in total Bell funding.
In case you missed the 2019 Annual General Meeting, you can view a video of the "President's Message", presented by Denis Marquis, President of the Bell Pensioners' Group
The Cost of Living Adjustment on Bell Canada's pensions should be 2% in 2020.
Québec Pension Plan to increase by 2,3% on January 1st, 2019
Premium adjustment and summary of costs at the pharmacy effective July 1, 2018