Your 2017 pension contributions

January 09, 2017 - Learn about the deductions from your salary

Topics Active Member, Contributions

Can I invest more in the plan?

April 28, 2016 - You asked us why you can't make voluntary additional contributions to OTPP. Get the answer here.

Topics Active Member, Contributions, Plan Membership, Retirement

Leap years and your pension

February 29, 2016 - 2016 is a leap year. What does the extra work day mean for your pension?

Topics Active Member, Contributions

Strikes and your pension

April 20, 2015 - What impact, if any, does a legal work stoppage have on your Teachers’ pension?

Topics Active Member, Contributions, Credit, Re-employment, Retired Member

Your 2015 contribution rates

January 05, 2015 - Each year, you must contribute a certain percentage of your salary to the Teachers' pension plan.

Topics Active Member, Contributions

Your 2014 contribution rates

January 02, 2014 - The final of three contribution increases, 0.35%, occurs in 2014.

Topics Active Member, Contributions, CPP

Driving the economy

November 25, 2013 - A recent study by Boston Consulting Group (BCG) provides some thought-provoking information about Canadian retirees with defined benefit (DB) pensions.

Topics Active Member, Contributions, Investments, Plan Membership, Retired Member, Retirement, Taxes

You asked, we answered

May 13, 2013 - We answered your questions about retirement security and our investment strategy.

Topics Active Member, Contributions, Investments, Retired Member

One on one with Jim Leech

April 13, 2013 - Teachers' President and CEO answers your top questions.

Topics Active Member, Annual Meeting, Contributions, Investments, Retired Member

Plan update: sick leave beyond 10 days

January 28, 2013 - Under the Putting Students First Act, teachers are eligible to receive 66.7% or 90% of salary through a short-term sick leave arrangement.

Topics Active Member, Contributions, CPP

2012 reminders

February 13, 2012 - New legislative changes and deadlines will come into effect this year.

Topics Buybacks, Contributions, Personalized Service, Re-employment, Retirement, Spousal Breakdown, Survivor Benefits, Taxes

Contribution rates increase in 2012

December 21, 2011 - A 1.1% increase will be phased in over three years, beginning in 2012.

Topics Active Member, Contributions, CPP