Pensioners & Retirees

Whether you are planning your retirement or currently retired, we are here to help. Review important information below to learn more about the University Pension Plan, benefits available at retirement, and other related resources.   

University Pension Plan

University Pension Plan (UPP) is a new jointly sponsored pension plan (JSPP) and the first of its kind in Ontario’s university sector.

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Plan Information

Pension plan members can reference the following information when accessing their plan.

 

Registration Number: 
1357243

Plan Name: 
University Pension Plan (UPP)

Administrative Agent: 
Pension Services, Human Resources, Queen's University

Contact

Robert Weisnagel
Senior Director, Pension Services
T: (613) 553-2070
F: (613) 533-6196

Retiree Benefits

Our comprehensive retiree benefits plan helps you manage routine and unexpected costs while protecting you and your family's health. Coverage includes health, dental, and life insurance. For more details, please visit the Manulife secure site and review your benefits booklet.

Manulife Secure Site

The Manulife Secure Site allows you to view your benefit coverages, submit claims online and access any forms you may need.  It is a secure and convenient way to manage your benefits.

Queen's Plan Contract Number: 120156
Member Certificate Number: Your Queen’s ID without the leading zeros, where applicable.
The above information may also be found on your benefits card.

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Retiree Cards

If you are a retiree of Queen's, you are entitled to a Retiree Card. It can be used for discounts at places such as VIA rail, select hotels, and reduced ARC membership. Your Retiree Card may also be used at the library. Upon your first visit, please be prepared to show a piece of ID along with your Retiree Card and a barcode will be added to your new card.

To request a card, please email hradmin@queensu.ca with your name, employee number, and year of retirement. Once ready, cards must be picked up in person at the Human Resources reception area in Fleming Hall, Steward-Pollock wing. 

If a replacement card is required, a $20 replacement fee will be charged.