Thursday, 9 February 2012

How MPs voted on Opposition Motion to Protect OAS

The motion to maintain the age requirements for OAS at 65 was defeated.

The motion read:
That the House reject calls by the Prime Minister to balance the Conservative deficit on the backs of Canada's seniors by means such as raising the age of eligibility for Old Age Security and call on the government to make the reduction and eventual elimination of seniors' poverty a cornerstone of the next budget.
Click here to see how your MP voted.

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  1. If your MP voted to raise the age to 67, then I suggest we send thema can of cat food for seniors to eat in those years between 65 and 67.
    If it is mailed (Just stick a label on it) to a sitting MP at their Ottawa address, there is no cost to the sender.

    We can't just sit this one out.

    Canadian Spring starts March 24. Pass it on.

  2. Thanks for the link. Good for future reference. My MP is Tom Lukiwiski .. (yikes).


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