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As a member of the plan, you are eligible for a lifetime monthly pension when you retire. Learn more about how your pension works, and how life events and career decisions can affect your pension.
Welcome to the plan
Discover why joining BC’s College Pension Plan means working toward a reliable retirement income and how you can make the most of plan membership
Taking time off work and buying service
Thinking about taking time off work? You may be able to buy back that time and potentially increase your pension from the plan.
Welcome to retirement
New to retirement? Explore how your pension supports you financially. Plus, learn about health coverage, community resources and how life changes affect your pension.
Taxes and pension payments
Here's what you need to know about taxes and your pension, plus information on pension payments.
Get to know your pension – whether you're just starting your job or retirement is around the corner.
Death and death benefits
When you die, your pension may help provide a source of income for your beneficiary (or beneficiaries).
Learn how the plan provides financial security for you and your loved ones.
Your pension is a valuable financial asset. Explore your options if you change or leave your job before retirement.
Divorce and separation
The end of a spousal relationship may affect your pension. Here's what you need to know.
Planning for retirement
Thinking about retiring? Learn more about your retirement options so you can make decisions with confidence.
Retirement health coverage
Find out what retirement health coverage you can access through the plan.
Applying for your pension
Ready to retire? Here's what you need to do to make the application process quick and simple.
Managing your account information
My Account provides secure online access to your pension information, along with useful tools to explore your retirement options.
If you are unable to work because of illness or injury, you may be eligible for benefits under a long-term or short-term disability plan.