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This statistical table illustrates the number of pensions and survivor pensions in pay. The ‘Pensions’ column includes immediate annuities, disability retirement benefits, and annual allowances payable to former contributors. The ‘Survivor Pensions’ column includes spouse or common-law partners, children, and students.
This statistical table illustrates the number of pensions that became payable to survivors, including spouses/common-law partners, children and students. The statistical table also illustrates the total dollar amount of pensions paid to survivors and the average pension amount for spouses/common-law partners and children/students. All amounts include indexation.
This statistical table illustrates the number of pensions that became payable to men and women (per calendar year), the total dollar amount of pensions paid and the average pension amount. All amounts include indexation.
This statistical table illustrates the number of reduced pensions (annual allowances) and lump-sum payments that became payable to men and women. The table also illustrates the average dollar amount for the allowance and the amount of lump-sum payments for each calendar year. ‘Reduced Pensions’ includes deferred annual allowances. A deferred annual allowance is a deferred annuity that is reduced because of early payment.
This statistical table illustrates the number of unreduced pensions (i.e. immediate annuities - excluding those resulting from disability retirement) by age at retirement, the average age of retirement and the average dollar amount of the unreduced pension. The data illustrated for ‘Pensions at Age 50-54 at Retirement’ include only eligible Correctional Service Canada operational employees who qualify for an unreduced pension. The data illustrated for ‘Pensions at Age 60 at Retirement’ exclude deferred annuities that became payable at age 60.
This statistical table illustrates the number and amount of transfer value payments by years of pensionable service and by age at termination. The table also illustrates the total amount of transfer value payments for men and women.
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.
This statistical table illustrates the changes in the number of survivors who are receiving a survivor benefit from the beginning to the end of the fiscal year 2013-14. ‘Additions’ include survivors who have started receiving a survivor benefit. ‘Deletions’ include those who have stopped receiving a survivor benefit. ‘Adjustments’ include adjustments for transactions completed after year-end with an effective date before March 31.
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.
Policies related to the Disability Pension.