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"On January 14, 2009, Nortel Networks initiated financial restructuring under the Companies' Creditors Arrangement Act (CCAA) in Canada. Since then most of the company's assets have been sold off, no severances or retirement allowances have been paid, all medical benefits and life insurance have ceased and the province of Ontario has taken over the Nortel pension fund. The NRPC's major priorities are to ensure that Nortel retirees and former employees receive the maximum possible compensation for the benefits they have lost and to provide pensioners more favourable financial options when Ontario winds up the pension fund. We will do this through representation at the CCAA process and by seeking urgent action from governments to protect our rights as citizens and as Nortel creditors and by communicating our story to political leaders and the public nationwide."

Don Sproule, Chairman NRPC

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2017 AGM Minutes Available

Members can now find the minutes from the NRPC 2017 Annual General Meeting in the Members Only / Documents / English Documents / General Information section.

Settlement Reached!

From the Koskie-Minsky website on 12 Oct 2016: 

After nearly 8 years of skirmishing among stakeholders, and financial hardship suffered by our constituents, the Court-appointed Representatives, together with the NRPC and CNELTD,  are very happy that a settlement has been reached which will pave the way to finally putting money into people’s pockets.

The victories secured in court, especially over the last two years, were the catalyst to this settlement which yields substantially more than any creditor group was prepared to concede in court to Canadian creditors.

The allocation of the roughly US $7.3 billion collected from the sales of Nortel’s worldwide businesses (the “lockbox”) has been settled, with some conditions. Pursuant to the Global Settlement and Support Agreement, the Canadian Estate will receive approximately 57% of the lockbox (US $4.143 billion). Some of the proceeds will be converted to Canadian dollars, and together with the funds currently in the Canadian Estate, will be made available to Canadian creditors through the claims process.

The Global Settlement and Support Agreement is subject to certain conditions, including court approval in Canada, the US and Europe, and creditor approval in Canada and the US.

Assuming that all conditions are satisfied, the Monitor of the Canadian Estate estimate that a payment on claims will be made in the first half of 2017.