Alberta proposes law on pension-exit referendum, but bill doesn’t make result binding

The Alberta government has introduced legislation promising residents will get a say in a referendum on leaving the Canada Pension Plan, but the bill does not force the government to accept the result.

The proposed Alberta Pension Protection Act mandates that a referendum be held before the province quits the CPP.

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