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There would be no one answer to this, because "public sector employer" is too broad a term, taking in municipal, provincial, & federal public servants, school boards, health care workers, etc.

In the past decade, some public sector employers have offered early retirement incentives for limited periods. They ones I am aware of have not been cash bonuses. They are usually some plan to allow you to take your pension early without penalty.

The federal public service has a severance provision for all employees that pays a retiring allowance of 1 week's pay for each year of service up to a maximum of 25 years. This is independent of any early retirement packages.
 
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