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Two New Trustees Join WISE Trust’s Board in September

Effective Monday, September 5, 2022, WISE Trust’s Board of Trustees was joined by two new members. Bruce Smith joins as Co-Chair of the Board of Trustees, representing WSIB as Plan Sponsor and will also co-chair the Governance and Human Resources Committee, while serving on the Asset and Liability Management, Audit and Finance, and Plan Administration Committees. Peter George joins as a Trustee and will serve on the Asset and Liability Management, and the Audit and Finance Committees.

WISE Trust Celebrates 2 Years!

WISE Trust celebrates 2 years on July 1, 2022. Read more about our accomplishments in two short years!

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2022 Member Contribution Rates Increase

On July 1, 2022, your pension contribution rates will increase by 0.6 per cent of your pensionable earnings.

2021 Highlights for Members

This week we are proud to publish our 2021 annual “Highlights for Members” report. The report includes an overview of WISE Trust’s yearly performance for current, retired and deferred members.

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Is Early Retirement Right for You?

A recent study has found that the average retirement age is 62. Yet more than 53% of Canadians are unsure how much they will need to retire. If you’re thinking about retiring, now is the time to start planning.

Our Statement on the Crisis in Ukraine

WISE Trust statement on the Crisis in Ukraine.

Tax Season is Upon Us

Winter is ending and spring is just right around the corner. Flowers will begin to bloom and soon our taxes will be due. But we’re here to help you prepare for the April 30 deadline.

Plan for your future self

We struggle to commit to a long-term goal because of the initial hump – we just don’t know where to start. Get over the initial hump using these three suggestions.

Update Your Spousal and Beneficiary Information Today

Relationships begin and end. Children grow up. Careers start and stop. As you go about the ups and downs of life, it is important to make sure things like spousal and beneficiary information, Wills, and Powers of Attorney, are up to date.