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To date, proposals that support the expansion of CPP have been weak, finds a new report by the Montreal Economic Institute.

Many are of the proposals assume that people haven’t saved enough to maintain their living standards after they retire. The fact that people can sell assets such as houses and businesses hasn’t been taken into account.

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