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The following by-laws relate to documenting the terms of the OMERS pension plans.
By-Law No. 24-01 sets the conditions for making annual changes to the earnings threshold. Approved: December 10, 2014
By-Law No. 30 pertains to the Amendment and Restatement of the OMERS Primary Plan. Approved: February 18, 2014, effective January 1, 2014
By-Law No. 31 pertains to the Amendment and Restatement of the OMERS Supplemental Plan. Approved: February 18, 2014, effective January 1, 2014
By-Law No. 32 outlines changes to the OMERS Plans pertaining to contribution rates. Approved: August 19, 2014, effective January 1, 2015
By-Law No. 33 pertains to the terms of the Retirement Compensation Arrangement. (Note: the RCA Plan Text was last amended and restated as of June 30, 2007) Approved: December 10, 2014
By-Law No. 34 outlines changes concerning the AVC Program, Supplemental Plan Contribution Rates and related "rebound rates" of the Primary Plan. Approved: August 31, 2016
By-Law No. 35 outlines the technical changes pertaining to the Primary and Supplemental Plans. Approved: August 31, 2016
By-Law No. 36 outlines technical changes to the AVC Program of the Primary Plan and changes concerning Commuted Values, Service Buy Backs, Dual Membership and Foreign Employment in the Primary and Supplemental Plans. Approved: August 23, 2017
By-Law No. 37 provides information regarding the City of York Employee Pension Plan merging into the Primary Plan pursuant to a pension transfer agreement between the Administration Corporation, Sponsors Corporation and the City of Toronto dated November 20, 2017. Approved: December 12, 2018
By-Law No. 38 provides information regarding the approved Plan changes pertaining to the NRA 60 option for Paramedics and the elimination of the 35-year cap on credited service. Approved: February 15, 2019, effective January 1, 2021