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Public Meetings

Public Meetings

In support of our commitment to transparency and public accountability, CPP Investments holds public meetings every two years so that Canadians can hear about the Fund’s most recent financial performance and CPP Investments’ investment strategy and activities.

Every two years we hold public meetings across the country, in accordance with legislative requirements.

 

These meetings are an opportunity for Canadians to hear about our investment performance and strategy and to ask our leadership questions about our activities.

 

Our most recent public meetings took place across Canada in October and November 2018. 

 

Why the CPP Investments exists

 

In 1966, the Canada Pension Plan (CPP) was created to provide a foundation for Canadian workers in retirement. The CPP is a mandatory universal retirement savings program financed by employer and employee contributions and investment income.

 

In 1997 CPP Investment Board was created by an Act of Parliament to manage and invest the CPP Fund to help ensure its long-term sustainability.

 

Learn more about the CPP Investment Board.

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