RTO Pension and Benefits Committee: 2021-2022

2021-20202Pension and Benefits Committee:


Mandate: - The Pension & Benefits Committee shall be chaired by the elected Pension Committee member
- There shall be a maximum of five members on this Committee
- Report through the Chair
- Elected for a one-year term with a second term possible
- Review each annual actuarial valuation
- Publish, at regular intervals, Pension & Benefits information for the membership via The Retired Teacher
- Thoroughly review each “Comprehensive Review” of the Pension Fund
- Review NSTU Council Resolutions related to the Pension Plan and make such recommendations as deemed       appropriate
- Propose Pension & Benefit changes to the NSTU Pension Committee via the RTO Executive
- Upon invitation, participate in the annual meeting between the NSTU Insurance Trustees and the RTO Executive
- Keep informed of the workings of the NSTU Pension Committee via the RTO member on the Committee
- Study and report on items referred by the RTO Executive


Chair 2021-2022
Brian Noble 5235 Highway 340
Forest Glen, N.S.
B5A 5P9
902-761-2569
Member
Jim Kavanaugh 3238 Nicholson Avenue
New Waterford, N.S.
B1H 1P
902-862-3833
Member
Brian Faught 25 Regent Street.
Amherst, N.S.
B4H 3S8
902-661-6400
Member
Joyce Lively 11 Louisa St.,
Sydney, NS
B1P 6E9
902-270-2591
Member
Ann Jessome 26 Eastview Drive,
Halifax, NS
B3P 1E6
902-574-8039

Last Updated: August 15th., 2021