The Canadian Public Pension Leadership Council (CPPLC) is a non-partisan group of public pension plans from across the country. Its mission is to promote a thoughtful, evidence-based national pension policy discussion.

The CPPLC is a relatively new group that continues to evolve its structure and governance as members determine what model best serves the public sector pension industry.

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Member plans

CAAT Pension Plan (Ontario)

College Pension Plan (British Columbia)

LAPP (Alberta)

Municipal Pension Plan (British Columbia)

NS Pension Services Corporation (Nova Scotia)

OPTrust (Ontario)

OMERS SC (Ontario)

Provident 10 (Newfoundland and Labrador)

Public Service Pension Plan (British Columbia)

Saskatchewan Healthcare Employees Pension Plan

Teachers’ Pension Plan (British Columbia)

Council Members

Co-chairs

Derek W. Dobson, CEO and Plan Manager, CAAT Pension Plan, Ontario

Judy Payne, Executive Director, Municipal Pension Plan, British Columbia

Members

Charles Bruce, Chief Executive Officer, Provident 10, Newfoundland and Labrador

Weldon Cowan,  Chair of the BC Pension Corporation Board of Directors

Corina DeGuire, Director Communications, BC Pension Corporation

Paul Harrietha, Chief Executive Officer, OMERS SC

Claude Marchessault, Executive Director, Public Service Pension Plan, (BC)

Alison McKay, Chief Executive Officer, Saskatchewan Healthcare Employees Pension Plan

Douglas Moodie, President and Chief Executive Officer, NS Pension Services Corporation

Dominique Roelants,  Executive Officer of the Teachers’ Pension (BC)

Tim Shortill, Vice President, External Affairs, OPTrust

Sheri Wright,  Vice President, Stakeholder Relations,  LAPP

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