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I have had a number of jobs over the years will I get a pension from each company?

No, but your social insurance number will have contributions from each company you have worked for on different occasions of at least 4 hours or more provided your employer has paid their share of contributions on your behalf while you were employed by them. These will be used in the calculation of a pension at age 65. If you have worked two separate jobs of 4 hours or more at the same time, there will only be contributions from only one employer.
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