COVID-19 Communication Centre

 

August 27

To PEBA’s valued members and stakeholders,

To PEBA’s valued members and stakeholders, thank you for your patience during these past months. PEBA proudly serves 100,000 members and over 900 employers across numerous pension and benefit plans in Saskatchewan. I want to share with you how PEBA is beginning the process of returning to more normal business operations in accordance with the guidelines outlined in the Province’s Re-open Saskatchewan Plan.

I want to ensure you that although the Agency is moving back to more traditional ways of doing business, we are following the guidelines and recommendations as set out in the Plan. The health and well-being of our members and our staff continues to be of utmost importance to us.

I would like to highlight for you some of the business operations already in place and some that will be starting shortly:

  • We have re-located our main reception area and meeting rooms to the main floor for your convenience and to eliminate the need to use the building elevators. Reception is currently open for drop off and pick up only at this time.
  • In-person meetings with our Pension Information Officers and Retirement Information Consultants will be offered starting September 1. We look forward to seeing you soon!
  • We are now offering our popular Your Path to Retirement Workshops virtually, and will soon be offering our in-person workshops once again. All currently scheduled workshops can be found on our website under the Plan’s home page.

PEBA has implemented the best practices of business continuity processes and we remain prepared to serve our members at all times; our methods of support may need to change depending on the circumstances but we will continue to provide exceptional service to our plan members and stakeholders.

I would also like to remind you of the excellent resources on the pandemic that are available you to seek out information on www.saskatchewan.ca/coronavirus, the Government of Saskatchewan’s dedicated webpage on COVID-19. It includes the most up-to-date information and guidance for all Saskatchewan residents.

Please do not hesitate to contact us if you have any questions about your pension or benefit plans. We look forward to serving you.

Sincerely,

Dave Wild Associate Deputy Minister Public Employees Benefits Agency

August 27, 2020

To MEPP’s valued members, thank you for your patience during these past months. As the COVID-19 public health emergency changes, we wanted to share with you how MEPP is beginning the process of slowly returning to normal business operations in accordance with the guidelines outlined in the Province’s Re-open Saskatchewan Plan.

MEPP represents over 25,000 members and over 700 employers across Saskatchewan. In order to continue to support MEPP we are taking a similar approach to the Province’s Plan. We are methodically phasing-in a plan to slowly lift restrictions on our business and services that have been directly impacted by the pandemic. I want to assure you that although the Agency is moving back to more traditional ways of doing business, we are following the guidelines and recommendations as set out in the Plan. The health and well-being of our members and staff continues to be of utmost importance to us. I would like to highlight for you some of the business operations already in place and some that will be starting shortly:

  • We have re-located our main reception area and meeting rooms to the main floor of 1801 Hamilton Street in Regina, to eliminate the need to use the building elevators. For your convenience, reception is currently open for drop off and pick up only at this time.
  • In-person meetings with our Pension Information Officers and Retirement Information Consultants will be offered starting September 1. We look forward to seeing you soon!
  • We are now offering our popular Your Path to Retirement Workshops virtually, and will soon be offering our in-person workshops once again. All currently scheduled workshops can be found on our website under the Plan’s home page.
  • Lastly, we will continue to offer members the option to have appointments over the phone or through video.

The Public Employees Benefits Agency (PEBA), which MEPP contracts to administer your pension plan, has implemented the best practices of business continuity processes and will remain prepared to serve our members at all times; our methods of support may need to change depending on the direction we receive from the Government of Saskatchewan and Public Health Officials, but we will continue to provide exceptional service to our plan members and stakeholders.

I would also like to remind you of the excellent resources on the pandemic that are available to you at www.saskatchewan.ca/coronavirus, the Government of Saskatchewan’s dedicated webpage on COVID-19. It includes the most up-to-date information and guidance for all Saskatchewan residents.

Please do not hesitate to contact PEBA if you have any questions about your pension plan. We recognize that this may be a prolonged effort, and wanted you to be fully aware of MEPP’s commitment to continue serving you during this time.

Sincerely,

Randy Hurd, Commission Chair Municipal Employees' Pension Plan

August 27, 2020

To PEPP’s valued members, thank you for your patience during these past months. As the COVID-19 public health emergency changes, we wanted to share with you how PEPP is beginning the process of slowly returning to normal business operations in accordance with the guidelines outlined in the Province’s Re-open Saskatchewan Plan.

PEPP represents over 65,000 members and 147 employers across Saskatchewan. In order to continue to support PEPP we are taking a similar approach to the Province’s Plan. We are methodically phasing-in a plan to slowly lift restrictions on our business and services that have been directly impacted by the pandemic. I want to assure you that although the Agency is moving back to more traditional ways of doing business, we are following the guidelines and recommendations as set out in the Plan. The health and well-being of our members and staff continues to be of utmost importance to us. I would like to highlight for you some of the business operations already in place and some that will be starting shortly:

  • We have re-located our main reception area and meeting rooms to the main floor of 1801 Hamilton Street in Regina, to eliminate the need to use the building elevators. For your convenience, reception is currently open for drop off and pick up only at this time.
  • In-person meetings with our Pension Information Officers and Retirement Information Consultants will be offered starting September 1. We look forward to seeing you soon!
  • We are now offering our popular Your Path to Retirement Workshops virtually, and will soon be offering our in-person workshops once again. All currently scheduled workshops can be found on our website under the Plan’s home page.
  • Lastly, we will continue to offer members the option to have appointments over the phone or through video.

The Public Employees Benefits Agency (PEBA), which PEPP contracts to administer your pension plan, has implemented the best practices of business continuity processes and will remain prepared to serve our members at all times; our methods of support may need to change depending on the direction we receive from the Government of Saskatchewan and Public Health Officials, but we will continue to provide exceptional service to our plan members and stakeholders.

I would also like to remind you of the excellent resources on the pandemic that are available to you at www.saskatchewan.ca/coronavirus, the Government of Saskatchewan’s dedicated webpage on COVID-19. It includes the most up-to-date information and guidance for all Saskatchewan residents.

Please do not hesitate to contact PEBA if you have any questions about your pension plan. We recognize that this may be a prolonged effort, and wanted you to be fully aware of PEPP’s commitment to continue serving you during this time.

Sincerely,

Louis Martel, Board Chair Public Employees Pension Plan

Member Meetings
We are happy to announce our office will be open for in-person meetings with our Pension Information Officers and Retirement Information Consultants starting September 1st. We look forward to seeing you soon! When coming into our office for an in-person meeting, masks are strongly encouraged for the health and safety of our members and our staff. Whenever possible, over the phone meetings are still available by calling 306-787-2992.
Workshops for Members
We are now offering our popular Your Path to Retirement Workshops virtually, and will soon be offering our in-person workshops once again. All currently scheduled workshops can be found at:

Please refer to our Contact page for all of our contact information.

COVID-19 Resources

Government of Saskatchewan