What can we help you with?

I'm new to the plan and want to know more

The Guide for new members will get you started

I want to manage my personal information

You can do that with My Account

I want to protect my loved ones

Beneficiaries and your pension will explain how

Free member education

Workshops that answer your pension questions.

Learn more about the
workshop best for you



Plan news

Read the latest news and updates from BC's Public Service Pension Plan.

Pension Life

Read the latest issue of Pension Life, the newsletter that keeps retired members informed about their pension and connected to BC's Public Service Pension Plan.

BOOM! blog

The executive director of BC's Public Service Pension Plan shares his perspective on the latest news from the plan and across the Canadian retirement landscape.

Postal service update

Canadian mail deliveries may be briefly delayed in some areas due to job action at Canada Post. If you are currently receiving your pension payments by mail, your October cheque should arrive without delay. For information on service in your area, see the Canada Post web site.  

To ensure you always receive your payment on time, sign up for direct deposit in My Account. With direct deposit, your pension payment is automatically deposited into your bank account on the pension payment date. 

The 2018 Report to Members is now available

Read the report


Did you know...

Retired members

You can find the date of your next pension payment under Taxes and pension payments.

Learning articles

Want to learn more about about your pension plan? Take a time out to dive deeper into one of these topics.

Thinking about early retirement?

What you need to know about the plan’s reduction rules and the rule of 85 if you’re planning to retire before age 65

Adjusting for inflation

Inflation adjustments added to your pension can help preserve your buying power throughout your retirement.

Ending a relationship – and what it means for your pension

If you and your spouse separate or divorce, you’ll need to decide how to divide your shared family assets, including your pension.