Retired members of the public service pension plan
Services and information
Find information about your pension benefits under the public service pension plan as a newly retired public servant.
Reaching age 65
Find information about your lifetime pension and bridge benefit, and their relation to Canada and Quebec Pension Plans.
Re-employment after retirement
Learn how your pension may be affected if you are re-employed in the federal public service after retirement.
Getting married/reaching common-law status
Find out if your new partner is eligible for the survivor benefit under your pension plan.
Divorce or separation
Learn about how a divorce or separation may affect your pension benefit.
Living outside of Canada
Find information about your pension payments if you live outside of Canada.
When death occurs
Learn about the survivor benefits your survivors and dependents may be eligible for in the event of your death.
Find the most current indexing rate used to calculate annual pension increases.
Pension calendar of events
Access information about your pension payments.
Most common deductions that can be taken from your public service pension.
Annual pensioner's statement
Learn more about the Annual Pensioner's Statement.
Claims for Phoenix losses and damages
Reimbursement and compensation for damages due to the Phoenix pay system.
Pension entitlement information packages
Pension information you will need when leaving the federal public service.
Benefits for retired members: Plan members on or before December 31, 2012
Pension plan provisions in place until December 31, 2012 for retired members and their dependants.
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