Saturday, June 17, 2017

MLA's with 4 years of pension service (Need 6) HOW WILL THEY VOTE IN A CONFIDENCE MOTION ??


  • A Member is not entitled to a pension unless he or she has served in the Legislature for at least six years, including the years the Member served immediately prior to the introduction of this plan (April 2007).
  • Contributions are fixed at 11% of a Member's pensionable earnings (basic compensation and any additional salary earned). The amount of government contributions is determined by the public service board. All contributions are held and administered by the BC Pension Corporation on behalf of the Legislative Assembly.
  • The amount of the annual pension is based on a benefit accrual rate of 3.5% of the highest 3-year average annual pensionable earnings. The maximum pension a Member may receive is 70% of these earnings.
  • A Member is not entitled to a pension unless he or she has served in the Legislature for at least six years, including the years the Member served immediately prior to the introduction of this plan (April 2007).
  • A Member receives an unreduced pension at age 65, with the option for a retired Member to take a reduced pension between the ages of 60 and 65 (3% reduction for each year pension payments commence before a Member's 65th birthday).
  • The normal form of pension for a Member with a spouse at retirement is joint life, with the pension payable to the surviving spouse reduced to 60% on the Member's death. For a Member without a spouse at retirement, the pension is normally for life.

https://www.leg.bc.ca/learn-about-us/members
MLA: Dan Ashton Penticton Elected 2013, 2017 British Columbia Liberal Party 
MLA: Hon. Mike Bernier Minister of Education Peace River South Elected 2013, 2017 British Columbia Liberal Party 
MLA: Judy Darcy New Westminster Elected 2013, 2017 BC NDP  
MLA: David Eby Vancouver-Point Grey Elected 2013, 2017 BC NDP 
MLA: Simon Gibson Abbotsford-Mission Elected 2013, 2017 British Columbia Liberal Party 
MLA: George Heyman Vancouver-Fairview Elected 2013, 2017 BC NDP 
MLA: Marvin Hunt Surrey-Cloverdale Elected 2013, 2017 British Columbia Liberal Party  
MLA: Greg Kyllo Shuswap Elected 2013, 2017 British Columbia Liberal Party 
MLA: Linda Larson Boundary-Similkameen Elected 2013, 2017 British Columbia Liberal Party  
MLA: John Martin Chilliwack Elected 2013, 2017 British Columbia Liberal Party
MLA: Hon. Mike Morris Minister of Public Safety and Solicitor General
Prince George-Mackenzie Elected 2013, 2017 British Columbia Liberal Party  
MLA: Hon. Coralee Oakes Minister of Small Business and Red Tape Reduction and Minister Responsible for the Liquor Distribution Branch
Cariboo North  Elected 2013, 2017 British Columbia Liberal Party 
MLA: Dr. Darryl Plecas Abbotsford South Elected 2013, 2017 British Columbia Liberal Party  
MLA: Jennifer Rice North Coast Elected 2013, 2017BC NDP 
MLA: Hon. Michelle Stilwell Minister of Social Development and Minister Responsible for AccessibilityParksville-Qualicum Elected 2013, 2017 British Columbia Liberal Party 
MLA: Hon. Todd Stone Minister of Transportation and Infrastructure
Kamloops-South Thompson Elected 2013, 2017 British Columbia Liberal Party 
MLA: Hon. Jordan Sturdy Minister of Environment
West Vancouver-Sea to Sky Elected 2013, 2017 British Columbia Liberal Party 
MLA: Hon. Sam Sullivan Minister of Community, Sport and Cultural Development and Minister Responsible for TransLink Vancouver-False Creek Elected 2013, 2017 British Columbia Liberal Party 
MLA: Jackie Tegart Fraser-Nicola Elected 2013, 2017 British Columbia Liberal Party 
MLA: Laurie Throness Chilliwack-Kent Elected 2013, 2017 British Columbia Liberal Party 
MLA: Hon. Teresa Wat Minister of International Trade and Minister Responsible for the Asia Pacific Strategy and Multiculturalism
Richmond North Centre Elected 2013, 2017 British Columbia Liberal Party 
MLA: Dr. Andrew Weaver Oak Bay-Gordon Head Elected 2013, 2017 Independent 
MLA: Hon. Andrew Wilkinson  Minister of Justice Vancouver-Quilchena Elected 2013, 2017  British Columbia Liberal Party 
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Don Quixote Note:
If there is a NDP/Green government formed will the above MLA's choose to vote as whipped in a confidence vote or abstain in hope of getting the 2 more years needed to get their pension??


17 Liberals & 4 NDP & 1 Green (Independent listed)

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