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guy leclair: Earlier on Wednesday, Liberal Leader Philippe Couillard promised seniors that if he is re-elected, they would able to suspend or postpone their pensions until the age of 75 if they wanted to continue working or return to their jobs, according to Vancouver Courier. Those who choose to do so would get a tax break, he said. Before Guy Leclair announced his decision late Wednesday to step down, PQ Leader Jean-Francois Lisee had said he wouldn't be able to to sit in the party caucus, if he won his seat Oct. 1, until his legal matters were resolved.article continues below Trending Stories Mother bear electrocuted on Whistler MountainB.C.'s labour shortage likely to last 10 years BDCWest Vancouver-Sunshine Coast-Sea to Sky Country MP to serve Minister of Foreign AffairsB.C. students learning for real life;' some provincial exams scrapped Leclair, who was arrested July 13, is scheduled to appear in court Sept. 21. Vast majorities of seniors are healthy and a lot of them would like to stay at work longer even after they received their pensions, Couillard said at a campaign stop in Sherbrooke, east of Montreal. So we're saying, you can suspend or postpone your pension so you won't get taxed anymore. In the present system they won't do it because it doesn't make sense for them financially because they will be taxed on their pension and working income. ( As reported in the news.