Trudeau Reverses Harper Policy on Pension-Eligibility AgeBy
March 22 budget will roll back plan to raise age to 67
Prime minsiter calls revious government's policy a mistake
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s Liberals will keep 65 as the age when Canadians can begin to collect state-pension benefits, reversing the previous government’s decision to raise it by two years.
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