Benefits

  • Canada Pension Plan (CPP)

    Were you were born in the years 1947 to 1951? If you have not retired yet, you should pay particular attention to four changes to the Canada Pension Plan (CPP).

    The changes became law on December 15, 2009. Most take effect in 2012. Some workers born in the 1947-1951 years might wish to start drawing CPP retirement benefits before 2012 to have the old rules apply. Most may prefer the new rules.

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    Canadian Pension Plan

    Finance Minister Jim Flaherty appears to be backtracking on his support for an expanded Canada Pension Plan (CPP) in the lead up to the finance ministers meeting Dec. 19 and 20 in Alberta.

    Instead of making higher CPP benefits the top priority, Flaherty wants to create a pooled private RRSP system which is bad for Canadians—but good for Canadian banks and mutual fund companies.

    We need your help. Canadians don't need the banks and financial industry getting another opportunity to gouge them out of their hard earned savings. We need leadership from our governments. Please visit CUPE's online action centre to send one final message to Prime Minister Stephen Harper and Finance Minister Jim Flaherty, reminding them doubling CPP is the best and most efficient way to help Canadians save more for their retirement and solve the pension crisis - and please share this message with your friends and co-workers.

  • EI Information

    You may seek assistance for your claim from: Unemployed Workers Help Centre in Saskatoon
    @ 306-382-8662

     

    The Unemployed Workers Help Centre

    The UWHC is an independent community-based organization with offices in Regina and Saskatoon which provide information and advocacy services for Employment insurance claimants.

    The services are open to everyone in need and no fees are charged for any service.

    Funding is provided by grants from the Government of Saskatchewan and Saskatchewan trade unions.

    http://unemployedworkerscentre.org/index.html 

  • Manulife Financial

    Manulife Financial Website: Click Here
    Phone Number: 1-800-268-6195
    Group Policy Number: 106994
    Certificate Number: Your Employee Number (found on pay statement).

    Benefit Booklet

     

  • MEPP

    Municipal Employees' Pension Plan

    MEPP Website:Click Here

    MEPP Publications:Click Here

    MEPP Member Booklet:  Click Here

    Phone Number: 1-877-506-6377

     

    Contact

    Municipal Employees' Pension Plan (MEPP)
    1000 - 1801 Hamilton Street
    Regina, Saskatchewan S4P 4W3

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    Toll Free: 1-877-506-6377
    Phone: 1-306-787-2684
    Fax: 1-306-787-0244

    Monday to Friday
    8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.


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