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Retroactive Salary Increases

For the most part, retroactive earnings are included in your pensionable earnings. The earnings will be considered in your pension calculation if those years are among your ‘best five’ years for pensionable earnings. No action is required on your part as it relates to your pension or insurance when you receive a retroactive salary increase. For pensioners, the CSSB won’t have information on how your pension may change until several months after the retroactive earnings are paid. For employees, the CSSB won’t have information on how your pension may change until late next year. For more information, read the fact sheet by browsing the Publications section of our site.

2022-09-28T10:41:50-05:00September 7, 2022|

Civil Service Superannuation Board Appointments

We are pleased to announce that the Superannuation and Insurance Liaison Committee (SILC) has appointed the following employee representatives to the Civil Service Superannuation Board:   Samantha Probetts was appointed for a three-year term from September 1, 2022 to December 31, 2025.   Reed Winstone was appointed for a two-year term from January 1, 2023 to December 31, 2024.   Doug Troke and Jody Gillis were appointed for a one-year term from January 1, 2023 to December 31, 2023.   The Civil Superannuation Act requires that the Civil Service Superannuation Fund be administered by a board consisting of nine members. Four members serve as representatives of employees and retired members and are appointed by the Superannuation and Insurance Liaison Committee (SILC).

2022-09-01T09:35:54-05:00September 1, 2022|


The 2018 Public Service Group Insurance Fund valuation revealed a surplus. The Superannuation and Insurance Liaison Committee, which represents employees and pensioners, and the Employer Pension and Insurance Advisory Committee, which represents employers, negotiated an agreement on how that surplus will be used. For more information, please go to the Publications section of our website under Fact Sheets.

2022-05-30T11:03:17-05:00May 30, 2022|

All Charities Donations to Cease

Effective January 2022, pensioners will no longer be able to donate to the All Charities Campaign. The Province has advised that, “the technology and infrastructure that supported All Charities is no longer reliable. This means that the All Charities campaign can not continue as it always has.”

No action is required to cancel donations after December 2021.

Pensioners who wish to continue to donate to their favourite charities should contact those organizations directly to make arrangements. Donations to other organizations through deduction from your pension will not be possible.

2021-12-21T10:05:13-05:00December 21, 2021|
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