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Cambridge Memorial Hospital Ltd v Ontario Nurses Association

Nov 4, 2011
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Cambridge Memorial Hospital Ltd v Ontario Nurses Association, 2011 CanLII 76525 (ON LA).

The grievor has been receiving long term disability benefits since January 2009. In May 2010 she was found to be “totally and permanently disabled” for purposes of her employer’s pension plan, which meant that she could elect to either continue accruing service for purposes of the pension without cost, or retire and receive something the pension plan calls a “disability pension,” in an undiscounted amount calculated on the basis of her current age and number of years of contributory service to that date.

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