Register for epost
Epost, Canada Post’s secure online delivery service, offers you an electronic alternative to receiving your pension documents by mail.
By registering for epost, you can view the following pension documents online:
- your tax slips
- direct deposit statements
- Annual Pensioners’ Statement
- Liaison newsletters
Once registered, you will be able to access and store your pension documents from one simple and secure location – anytime, for up to 7 years. Best of all, it's free! To register for epost, you must have a Canadian or U.S. mailing address.
To register you will need your pension number and Payee Account Key from your last Direct Deposit Statement or Annual Pensioners’ Statement. Once on the epost website, follow the instructions provided. When you are registered, to receive your pension documents in your epost mailbox, you must select “public service pension plan (PSSA)” from the list of organizations.
If you are the parent or guardian of children for whom you are receiving a child’s allowance, once you have registered, you can add their mailings to your epost account. Simply repeat the process to add their pension documents using the information from the Direct Deposit Statement or Annual Pensioners’ Statement of each child.
Pension documents will then arrive in your epost Mailbox as soon as they are issued. Should you change your mind after you've registered for epost, you have the option to unsubscribe at any time and receive your documents by mail.
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