Cutting off LTD at 65

Mandatory retirement at 65 has been abolished, but employers can still cut off disability benefits
By Brian Johnston
|Canadian Employment Law Today|Last Updated: 05/06/2009

Question: We have a company policy that has no long-term disability (LTD) for employees over 65. Does an employer have a responsibility to offer LTD coverage for older employees past the traditional retirement age since the abolishment of mandatory retirement?