Former Prime Minister Paul Martin has a new gig.
He's signed on to serve as the Special Advisor to the Minister of Finance, helping to run a provincial retirement income security program.
Martin and Premier Kathleen Wynne, sat down on Wednesday, discussing the need to help 'hard working people build a more secure retirement.'
He served as federal finance minister in the Jean Chretien government, and then went on to serve as Prime Minister between 2003 and 2006.
Martin is credited with playing an 'instrumental role in the 1997 federal-provincial agreement to reform the CPP. These reforms were critical to ensuring the plan would be financially sustainable', according to a provincial release.