Mr. Speaker, the Minister of Human Resources is contradicted by the OECD, which says, and I quote:
“There is no pressing financial or fiscal need to increase pension ages in the foreseeable future” in Canada.
She is also contradicted by the Chief Actuary and the Parliamentary Budget Officer, who predict that the cost of federal benefits to seniors relative to the economy will rise by only one percentage point by 2030 and then fall again.
Does the minister agree with those figures or not? Yes or no?