This estimates your pension only and does not take into account other sources of income like Old Age Security or the Canada Pension Plan. Another resource that estimates your retirement income is the Government of Canada's Canadian Retirement Income Calculator.
Review the How to Complete Pension Estimate Online information sheet to learn how to use the Pension Estimator on this website.
To complete a personal pension estimate, visit mypensionplan, the online pension information service for members. On mypensionplan, you can calculate pension estimates based on your personal information, as well as view your length of service, contributions and beneficiaries.
Updates to Pension Calculators Complete - January 2, 2013
On January 2, 2013, new pension plan assumptions for PSPP were applied to the estimators on the PSPP website. These assumptions were revised in relation to the cost of purchasing optional service and are effective January 1, 2013. Only optional service cost calculations and estimates run after October 4 with an effective date of January 1, 2013 or later will be affected by these changes.
For members purchasing optional service, these assumptions may impact the cost of optional service. Calculations may be higher, lower or unchanged depending on individual circumstances.
Please see the Frequently Asked Questions for more information.
One of your retirement options includes something called Coordination. It means you can receive a higher monthly pension income up to the age of 65. After age 65, your monthly pension income is reduced, in some cases, significantly. Read the information on Coordination in your Pension Options Package carefully.
You may also want to visit mypensionplan, the online pension information service for members. On mypensionplan, you can calculate pension estimates based on your personal information, as well as view your length of service, salary, contributions and beneficiaries. To begin registration, visit mypensionplan.