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Whether you're just starting to think about your retirement or you've already made the transition from work to retirement the links below will help you find the government programs and benefits available to you.
PROGRAMS AND SERVICES
Standards established with respect to the structure and administration of pension plans, as well as, to the investment and ongoing funding of plans.
The Public Employees Pension Plan (PEPP) is a multi-employer pension plan. Participating employers include the Government of Saskatchewan, certain crown corporations, agencies, boards and other institutions designated by the Lieutenant Governor in Council.
Saskatchewan Pension Plan (SPP) is a voluntary, money purchase plan designed to provide a pension plan for individuals with little or no access to private pensions or other retirement savings arrangements.
Under the new Seniors' Drug Plan, eligible seniors 65 years and older will pay only $20 per prescription for drugs listed on the Saskatchewan Formulary and those approved under Exception Drug Status.
The Teachers Superannuation Plan is a defined benefits plan that provides retirement benefits for Saskatchewan teachers.
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A checklist of services from the Federal Government that you may want to apply for to support your retirement.