80. A pensioner who, before 1 January 1983, held an employment contemplated in this plan, the Civil Service Superannuation Plan or the Teachers Pension Plan, except if he has received or is entitled to only the reimbursement of his contributions for the period prior to that date and who again holds an employment contemplated in this plan before 65 years of age may continue to receive his pension until that age and receive his salary if he does not again contribute to this plan.
If the employee elects to contribute, he again becomes an employee and the pension ceases to be paid and it is, when he retires or not later than on this reaching 65 years of age, recomputed to take into account the years of service and the pensionable salary credited to him while he contributed. When he reaches 65 years of age, the employee may elect to contribute as provided in section 80.2, and sections 80.1 to 80.6 apply.
1973, c. 12, s. 70; 1977, c. 21, s. 26; 1982, c. 51, s. 28.