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Data on the number of recipients of CPP Retirement, Disability and Survivor benefits by gender for the month of June from 1981 to 2022.
Briefing Package for the Public Accounts hearing on the 2020-21 Departmental Results Report and the 2022-23 Departmental Plan – 5 May 2022
Briefing package for the President of the Canadian Food Inspection Agency as witness before the Standing Committee on Health on March 21, 2022 on the topic of the Supplementary Estimates (C), 2021-22, Main Estimates 2022-23 and Departmental Plans 2022-23
The Maximum Pensionable Earnings and Canada Pension Plan (CPP) rates and amounts for the tax years 1966 to 2021.
Data on new recipients of CPP Retirement benefits by gender, age or age group and the year when these new benefit recipients came into pay from 1987 to 2021.
Data on new recipients of CPP Survivor benefits by gender, age group and the year when these new benefit recipients came into pay from 1995 to 2021.
Data on new recipients of CPP Disability benefits by gender, age group and the year when these new benefit recipients came into pay from 1993 to 2021.
Canada Pension Plan (CPP) Contributors Tables are released annually and provide historical statistics on the number of contributors by place of residence and the distribution of contributors by earnings. Although the release is annual, the data are two years in arrears. This is due to ongoing updates of the Canada Revenue Agency T4 files prior to issuing. In order to ensure client confidentiality, an 'X' has been placed where the number of clients receiving a particular benefit is equal to or below 9.
Employment and Social Development Canada (ESDC) calculates Canada Pension Plan (CPP) monthly maximum benefit amounts for new beneficiaries. CPP monthly maximum new benefit amounts are for recipients starting to receive benefits in a particular month and year. Thereafter, most benefits are indexed annually according to the Consumer Price Index. As of 2019, the CPP is being gradually enhanced every month.
At the end of each fiscal year, the Receiver general of Canada publishes financial information in the Public Accounts. This dataset, based on its Volume 1, Section 6—Pensions and Other Future Benefits, provides a financial information comparative (in dollars) related to public sector pensions. It includes data taken for the following accounts: Public Service Superannuation Account; Public Service Pension Fund Account; Canadian Forces Superannuation Account; Canadian forces Pension Fund Account; Reserve Force Pension Fund Account; Royal Canadian Mounted Police Superannuation Account; Royal Canadian Mounted Police Pension Fund Account; Members of Parliament Retiring Allowances Account; and Members of Parliament Retirement Compensation Arrangements Account. This dataset is a non-official record of information taken from the Public Accounts of Canada.