Librarian fighting mandatory retirement

CBC Saskatchewan Has A Short Report on a Saskatoon librarian who didn’t want to leave her job when she turned 65 who is fighting mandatory retirement, but her union doesn’t support her.

The case of Louise Carlson, who worked for 13 years at the Rusty Macdonald Branch Library before retiring two years ago, is before a Saskatchewan Human Rights Commission hearing.
The Canadian Union of Public Employees argues that pension and benefit plans could be adversely affected if mandatory retirement is removed.