Local 002 has a new website. Please update your bookmarks to https://www.local002aupe.ca/

Member Retirement

Request a retirement package

AUPE retirement pins, a plaque and a letter from the President may be made available for presentation to retiring members. Retiring members or component officers can request them by completing this form.

Retirement package request

Public Service Pension Plan

The PSPP is a defined benefit plan which means members will receive a pension based on their pensionable salary and years of pensionable service. In a defined benefit plan, the investment performance of the pension fund will not affect the calculation of your pension.

This enables you to plan for your retirement because you can estimate your future pension income. The Plan is financed by employee and employer contributions and by investment earnings.

Visit: www.pspp.ca/ to find out about:

  • Portability of the pension plan - effective January 1, 2008, if you are an active member of PSPP with pension entitlements in another public sector pension plan, you may be able to transfer those entitlements into PSPP through a reciprocal transfer agreement. Note there is a one year time limit for making your application starting from your date of hire.
  • How to estimate your pension benefits
  • Pension plan finanical information, business plans, annual reports
  • Member handbook

Log into mypensionplan

Current contributors can log on to member services at: www.mypensionplan.ca/mos/PublicHome.pbl to:

  • view their latest annual statement
  • use calculators to generate benefit estimates
  • view their personal information online
  • get access to pension related forms

Other Retirement Income


You can apply for and receive a full CPP retirement pension at age 65 or receive it as early as age 60 with a reduction, or as late as age 70 with an increase.

The amount you pay into the plan is based on your salary. Contributions on your annual earnings between a minimum and a set maximum level (this maximum level is adjusted each January, based on increases in the average wage e). Members who earn more than the maximum level of pensionable earnings (many members in Local 002) in a given year, will only contribute up to the maximum level. Any over-contributions will be refunded when you file your tax return. Read more: https://www.canada.ca/en/services/benefits/publicpensions/cpp.html (link verified Feb-2018)


The OAS program provides you with a modest pension at age 65 if you have lived in Canada for at least 10 years. Read more: https://www.canada.ca/en/services/benefits/publicpensions/cpp/old-age-security.html (link verified Feb-2018)

Health Benefit Plan

ALBERTA BLUE CROSS:  Resources for Alberta Public Service Employees Alberta Blue Cross has introduced an individual benefit plan that is available to employees once they have lost coverage under an employer-sponsored plan. Employees who currently have Alberta Blue Cross employer-sponsored group coverage (either through health or dental plans or a health spending account) will receive preferred pricing on the new individual benefit plan, should they choose to enroll. Read the details online. Feb-21, 2018.

ALBERTA PUBLIC SECTOR RETIREE  HEALTH AND WELLNESS BENEFITS PLAN: The Alberta Public Sector Retiree Health and Wellness Benefits Plan has been developed and is sponsored by the Alberta Retired Teachers' Association (ARTA) and administered by Alberta School Employee Benefit Plan (ASEBP). Government of Alberta partnered with the Alberta Union of Provincial Employees to enable current and future retirees from the Alberta Public Service to enroll in a group benefits program. It includes Extended Health Care with an Out-of-Province/Canada Emergency Travel Option, Dental Care, Long Term Care, and Life Insurance plans for retirees, their spouses/partners, and dependent children.  See program details. Dec-12, 2017)

Page maintained by:  Local 002's Membership Services Committee