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I'm under the impression that my company has a understanding that I am not going to return to work I am permanently disabled. With that being said do they still have to pay into my pension till the age of 65 on fairly young I'm nowhere near retirement I'm presently receiving LTD and Canada Disability Pension my daughters have stayed and permanently disabled however my company may have put an end to my employment do they still have to pay into my pension it clearly states that in a contract I have till the age of 65. However if my company has ended my employment does that mean they end the payments to my pension

Thank you for your question. If the company ends your employment, pension contributions will end. If your employment is terminated, please call us at the number below as soon as possible as there may be significant compensation owed to you.
Sivan Tumarkin
Direct Tel (Toll Free): 1-888-990-9646     Email: sivan@stlawyers.ca     Web: www.stlawyers.ca
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