About Your Pension Profile

Your Pension Profile (formerly called mypensionplan) is a secure, online portal for all PSPP members—active, deferred, retiree, and any spouse or pension partner receiving a survivor benefit.

By registering for an account and logging in when you use this website, you will access a customized web experience. Throughout the website you will be able to view your personal pension information, and you will be able to use the dashboard to view or update your personal information, change communication preferences, send personal information and access retirement planning tools. PSPP.ca is your single-source for information about your employer pension.

If you have not registered for your personal account, click on Login at the top right find the “Register Now” button at the bottom.

Tips for registering:

  • You will need to know your Social Insurance Number.
  • You will need to have access to your email when registering as you will need to verify your registration.
  • Read the Log In Help page for more assistance.
Looking for mypensionplan?

The online portal has been redeveloped to integrate seamlessly into the PSPP.ca website. The same great features you had on mypensionplan are now found right here in our secure portal called Your Pension Profile. You will use the same login username and password that you had in mypensionplan.

PSPP.ca is now your single-source for information regarding information on your employer pension.

To log in, click on the Login button at the top right. You can log in from any page of the website.


Features of Your Pension Profile

  • Receive notifications: Important notifications will be posted to Your Pension Profile, such as reminders that information is missing from your account or that a document has been posted. The bell at the top right of the website will tell you if there is a notification to view.
  • View annual statements: Your annual statements are posted in Your Pension Profile as PDFs that you can access at any time.
  • Go Green & receive electronic documents and communication through email: You can receive email notifications when statements and pension plan documents are made available by signing up for “Go Green.” When you register for Go Green, you will also occasionally receive email communications from PSPP. You can update your communication preferences and email address at any time.
  • Update your personal and pension information at any time: Quickly view and update your contact information, address and beneficiaries.
  • Safely share personal information with us: Use the Secure Messages function to request information and services, or to submit documents and forms.
  • See your service and salary history: See the reported amount of your pensionable service and pensionable salary, as provided to us annually by your employer.
  • Run an estimate using your information: The Pension Projection Calculator in the portal will use your reported pensionable salary and pensionable service to help you project your future pension.
  • Review your buyback balance: If you're paying for prior service or a period of leave through a buyback, this will show you how much you have left to pay. It's updated every pay period.
  • Complete your retirement application online: Use the online retirement application tool, PensionEase, to complete your retirement application and manage all documents and forms necessary to receive your pension benefit. Read more about PensionEase.
Benefits for retirees include:
  • Register for direct deposit: Register for direct deposit or manage your banking information through the portal.
  • Pension payment details: View the dates of upcoming pension payments and see pension payment history, including deductions.
  • Review your selected pension option: Review the details of the pension option you selected at retirement. (The option cannot be changed once a benefit payment has been made.)
  • Review Cost-of-Living Adjustment (COLA): See details of the annual COLA on your pension payments.
  • Access tax slips and forms: Find your tax slips and forms, including provincial TD1s or T4As.