Multi-Employer Benefit Plan Council of Canada


MEBCO was established in 1992 as a federal no-share capital corporation, operating on a not-for-profit basis. MEBCO represents the interests of Canadian multi-employer pension and benefits plans with provincial and federal governments regarding proposed or existing legislation and policies affecting these plans.

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Webinar Session: The 2019 Federal Budget What Does it Say About Pensions & Benefits?

Wednesday, April 24, 2019
3:00 to 4:30 PM EDT

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MEBCO Annual General Meeting 2019 April 26 at the Delta Hotels Toronto Airport 9:00 am

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Minutes from 2018 Meeting

2019 Transatlantic Conference was a success! Visit this site for presentations.

The 2019 Transatlantic Conference was held June 19 to 21, 2019 at the beautiful Sagamore Resort in the Adirondack Mountains of New York State. The Transatlantic Conference brings together thought leaders and policy makers from around the globe to discuss the trends and best practices in pension and healthcare benefits, as well as the state of labour/management relations and bargaining throughout the world. MEBCO is a founding member with the NCCMP and AEIP. 


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Improved Funding Framework for Nova Scotia Pension Plans – The Road Forward Comments by the Multi-Employer Benefit Plan Council of Canada (MEBCO)

"..MEBCO welcomes the opportunity to provide feedback on the Nova Scotia proposal of new funding rules presented in the paper entitled “Improved Funding Framework for Nova Scotia Pension Plans – The Road Forward”. .."

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