The Evolution of Canada's Pensions

The Agenda with Steve Paikin

A recent report by the World Bank lauded Canada's public pension organizations as some of the "most admired and successful" in the world. They have not always been thus, and the fact that they've achieved this excellence in just over a generation is part of what's noteworthy. The Agenda welcomes Alex Mazer, co-author of the World Bank report, to discuss the evolution of Canada's pensions.
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