Victoria Police Union Collective Agreement

As a strong and democratic trade unionism, Local 50 is committed to improving the quality of life of Victorian workers by providing a strong voice – a collective voice – in their workplace. (18.13 Retirement) The city pays a worker who retires after reaching the minimum retirement age set by the British Columbia Municipal Pension Plan a sum of money equal to one basic calendar month, at the rate applicable to the worker at the time of retirement. The earliest retirement age for most municipal employees is 55. As part of the municipal retirement provision, you can apply for a pension from the age of 55. However, if you retire before age 60 and do not meet the minimum age plus contribution requirements, your pension will be reduced. Before deciding when you plan to receive your retirement pension, you should consider: CUPE Local 50 represents The City of Victoria workers (indoor and outdoor), the Victoria Police Board, bcspca Victoria Branch, the Victoria Downtown Business Association, Gorge Vale Golf Club, Royal Oak Burial Park, the City of Langford (RCMP Support Services) and the United Way of Greater Victoria. . CUPE 50 members of the Gorge Vale Golf Club strive to offer the best golf courses. 50 local members of the United Way show their spirit and work to improve life and build community.

Secretary-Treasurer Carolyn Bradey – Victoria Police Department Your professional career is not a factor in determining eligibility: you can benefit from the OAS pension even if you have never worked or if you do not work. Local 50 negotiates wages and working conditions, represents members against the arbitrariness of employers and speaks without fear of reprisals. You will receive an unsan reduced pension if you do the following at the time of your retirement: the Canada Pension Plan (CPP) provides a monthly benefit to eligible Canadians. During the months of January, March, May, September, October and November, six (6) general assemblies per year are held on the third Tuesday. The executive shall determine the time and place of such meetings. No meeting may last more than two and a half hours (2 1/2), unless it is approved by two-thirds (2/3) of the members present. At all general meetings, there are two draw prizes, one of $20 and one of $30. Refreshments are to be provided. CupE 50 members are committed to protecting and improving the quality of life of all animals in British Columbia to talk about those who cannot speak. CUPE 50 represents workers who provide support services to rcmp in the City of Langford. 1.

Vice-President Kyle McMorran – Parks – City You must have worked and at least one valid contribution (payment) to the CPP to be entitled to a CPP retirement pension. The normal retirement age is 65. However, they may receive a permanently reduced CPP retirement pension from the age of 60 or receive a permanently increased pension after the age of 65. CUPE 50 members provide maintenance and commemoration services at Royal Oak Burial Park in Greater Victoria. CUPE 50 members support the Victoria Police Service on behalf of the residents of Esquimalt and Victoria. The Old Age Security (OAS) pension is a monthly payment that is available to most people aged 65 and over who meet Canadian legal status and residency requirements.

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