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Tracy Allard, Grande Prairie
Hon. Travis Toews, Grande Prairie-Wapiti, Minister of Finance
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The MOA was ratified by the local and PWPSD, so we have a new collective agreement. Every teacher should read their collective agreement and know what it offers for them.
Information regarding the new Wellness Spending Account ( WSA) will be coming as soon as it is actualized with ASEBP. Members will receive information directly from the Employer and ASEBP regarding their WSA.
We said hands off our pension! They said we would still control how our money was invested. But we were betrayed. Promise made. Promise broken.
On December 23, 2020, Finance Minister Travis Toews signed a ministerial order imposing an investment management agreement (IMA) between the Alberta Teachers’ Retirement Fund (ATRF) and the Alberta Investment Management Corporation (AIMCo). According to ATRF, the forced IMA includes a recognition that the ATRF board will establish the investment policy to direct how plan assets are managed, but the full discretion of the board in establishing and executing the investment policy will be restricted. Effectively, the government has given AIMCo a veto. This directly contradicts what was promised by Minister Toews, Premier Jason Kenney and UCP MLAs.
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