RCMP, Armed Forces Pensions Invested In Private U.S. Immigrant Detention

RCMP, Armed Forces Pensions Invested In Private U.S. Immigrant Detention
TORONTO The crown corporation that controls pensions for Canadian public service workers, Canadian Armed Forces soldiers and RCMP officers invested millions of dollars last year in American companies that operate private prisons and immigrant detention centres.

PSP Investments, which invests pensions for federal government employees, owns shares worth US$2.7 million in The GEO Group and about US$2 million in CoreCivic, according to a quarterly report filed with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) Feb. 12.
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