Finance Minister Charles Sousa will be discussing Ontario’s pension plan this Monday in Brantford.

Sousa will be meeting up with the Brantford, Hamilton and Halton Hills chapters of the Canadian Association of Retired Persons to discuss the potential future for pensions in Ontario.

Sousa will discuss a proposed pension plan with CARP representatives from 2 p.m. to 3 p.m. at Wilfrid Laurier Brantford’s Carnegie Building, located at 73 George Street.

After, the Ontario minister will be holding a pre-budget consultation session with Brant MPP Dave Levac, the riding of Brant for the Ontario Liberal Party and Ted McMeekin, representing the riding of Ancaster, Dundas, Flamborough, and Westdale for the Ontario Liberal Party.

Sousa, member of Provinical Parliament born in Toronto; is in the riding of Mississauga South and Ontario’s  Minister of Finance, while also serving as the Chair of the Treasury Board and Management Board of Cabinet.

Sousa will definitely be making an attempt to explain and promote the benefits of the Ontario Government’s Action Plan Benefiting Seniors and their Caregivers.

Just over a year ago, the plan was put into play for all seniors in Ontario – the results of which have secured senior’s positions in society to be able to stay active and safe within their communities. It was the direct result of a report Living Longer, Living Well by Dr. Samir Sinha.

“I am proud of the progress we have made since introducing Ontario’s Action Plan for Seniors. Together with our community partners, seniors and their families, we are creating and sustaining supportive environments that help Ontario seniors live active, safe and meaningful lives,” said Mario Sergio, Minister Responsible for Seniors Affairs.