Canada Pension Plan (CPP) - Number of Benefits, by Place of Residence and Benefit Type This dataset provides information on the number of benefits, by place of residence and benefit type for the Canada Pension Plan (CPP). It is part of the Canada Pension Plan and Old Age Security Statistical Bulletin - a monthly publication that provides information on the number of benefits and new benefits by place of residence (province). In order to ensure client confidentiality, an 'X' has been placed where the number of clients receiving a particular benefit is equal to or below 9. In order to avoid residual disclosure, an 'X' has also been placed where the next number of clients was found, which may be lowest below, equal to, or above 9. 2012-01-31 2017-09-14 Employment and Social Development Canada open-ouvert@tbs-sct.gc.ca Society and CultureCanada Pension PlanCPPpensionbenefits January 2012 - August 2017CSV http://www.edsc-esdc.gc.ca/ouvert-open/isp/pima-igap/20170831-rpcpres-cppben.csv January 2012 - August 2017XLS http://www.edsc-esdc.gc.ca/ouvert-open/isp/pima-igap/20170831-rpcpres-cppben.xls

Canada Pension Plan (CPP) - Number of Benefits, by Place of Residence and Benefit Type

This dataset provides information on the number of benefits, by place of residence and benefit type for the Canada Pension Plan (CPP). It is part of the Canada Pension Plan and Old Age Security Statistical Bulletin - a monthly publication that provides information on the number of benefits and new benefits by place of residence (province). In order to ensure client confidentiality, an 'X' has been placed where the number of clients receiving a particular benefit is equal to or below 9. In order to avoid residual disclosure, an 'X' has also been placed where the next number of clients was found, which may be lowest below, equal to, or above 9.

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Comments (5)

Hi! It would be very helpful if the headers on these tables could be locked so that you can read the bottom of the table and not have to scroll back up to know which columns are which.

Hi Lynn, Thank you for your comment. I have forwarded your inquiry to the data owner for their response. Stay tuned! Regards, Momin The Open Government team

info not easily found

Stats never lie, but liars use stats. Some use the average benefit paid to identify the need to improve the plan. The retirement count includes those who retired at 65, early and late retirements and survivors. If one could separate the groups, one could better comment on the benefits being delivered. Of course it would also be beneficial if information on # of years of contributions were made. This would also help.

Thank you for your feedback. We have forwarded your comment to the dataset provider for their response. Best regards, the Open Government Team