When my father retire they paid him a lump sum in Unemloyment Insurance.When I tryed to get the lump sum from Unemployment Insurance, they told me that they don't give out lump sums anymore.I paid into Unemployment Insurance since 1964 and never collected a red cent.What did they do with all the money?
What did they do with the money!!!!
WHAT DID THEY DO WITH THE MONEY CLAWED BACK FROM VETERAN'S?
Do you drive on Dirt Roads my freind!
I am a veteran, who served my country in pursuit of peace for 27 years and I am tired of feeling betrayed by my own country. We sacrfice much more than people realize while deployed on missions around the world. We have put heart & sole into protecting CANADA for years.
Few people earn what hockey players earn. The fans are nuts to pay the ticket prices. This is not a fair comparison.
I spent 40 years in the regular forces and the reserves went where they sent me along with my family for this I receive a pension. But because I took the CPP at age 60 when I turned 65 they clawed back $429 from my pension the MP 's don't get theirs clawed back these people most who never served a day in the service could care less about out vet's and only look after them self's. make my pension tax free great idea.
To add and please correct me if I'm wrong. But the MP's get a FULL pension ($100,000.00 + ) with serving only a 3 year stent in the public service. Most of that time seem's to be on vacation.
Are you kidding me? The Military give their entire lives to Canada - the Government needs to start acknowledging the fact that they are nothing without the people who serve & protect this country!
These people are and were willing to risk the most precious thing to all of us, namely their lives, to defend freedom as we know it. Zig
Well said.God Bless them all!
Because they fought and continue to fight for our freedom!
I have paid unemployment Insurance since the age of 16 and never drew a penny as well as full income taxes.
Me too..... you've probably paid car and home insurance too. I sure hope I don't have to 'draw a penny' on any of them. We're lucky.
Because my Father, Uncles and many relatives were veterans of World War 2. 2 husbands involved and overseas for years and yet pensions were taxed. Get real and treat our veterans with respect.
at the street level I seen many vets homeless for they cannot make it on the retirement income.....outrages to see this......
I gave the military my all over the course of 38 years; my best; my other futures..what a change in monetary lifestyle to be a pensioner...even with the psychological baggage.