Survivors and dependants of the public service pension plan
Find out about your pension benefits as the survivor or dependant of a deceased public service pension plan member.
Services and information
Becoming a survivor
Learn about the types of pension benefits available, who may be eligible, and how to apply for the benefits.
Living outside of Canada
Find out if your pension benefits are affected if you live outside of Canada.
Remarrying or taking a new common-law partner
Find out if your pension benefits are affected if you have a new spouse or common-law partner.
Death of a survivor
As the survivor of a public service pension plan member, review what happens to your pension benefits after your death.
Pension calendar of events
Access information about your pension payments.
Information on the most current indexing rate used to calculate annual pension increases.
Compensation for damages caused by Phoenix
Former employees and estates of deceased employees can request compensation for damages caused by the Phoenix pay system.
Survivor benefits – Pension
Learn about the benefits that are available to eligible survivors and children in the event of a plan member's death.
Your public service pension—Benefits for survivors
Details about survivor’s pension payment, annual increases to help offset rises in the cost of living, and other important pension topics.
Allowances for dependent children of a deceased public service employee or pensioner
Information regarding student allowances for dependent children of deceased public service employee or pensioner.
Proof of death
Type of information required when a plan member or former plan member deceases and situations where a proof of death is required.
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