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It all started in 1981 with the Teamsters’ own personnel and the Warehouse division. The Teamsters Canadian Pension Plan (TCPP) fund was then worth less than $400,000. The first member to retire from the plan did so the next year, in 1982.

As of January 1, 2005, the TCPP fund has a market value in excess of 460 million dollars. There are now nine divisions and over 8,300 members, retirees and beneficiaries – evidence of a rapid and significant growth.

Are you a part of the TCPP, one of the largest pension plans in Canada?

Message from Louis Lacroix, Chairman of the Board
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In the beginning
Pension plans are often described as complex structures that can only be understood by specialists. In 1981, the Canadian Brotherhood of Teamsters recognized the need to create a simple, easy-to-understand plan. At the time, there were ...
Main objectives of the TCPP Board of Trustees
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A bright future
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