Mr. Speaker, that is an interesting answer. If the act is not negotiable I wonder how the government intends to change it.
The government just like its Tory predecessors has been talking forever about overhauling the federal public service pension plan. For years it has lacked the political will to tackle the issue.
How does the government intend to convince public servants that an increase in premiums is justified when the government is benefiting from using the $24 billion surplus presently in the account?