As a member of BC's Municipal Pension Plan, you are eligible for a monthly lifetime pension when you retire. Learn more about how your pension works and how life events and career decisions can affect your pension.
Taking time off work and buying service
Thinking about taking time off work? You may be able to buy back that time and increase your pension from BC's Municipal Pension Plan.
Learn more about what happens to your pension if you change jobs with the same employer, leave your job or are laid off.
Divorce and separation
The end of a spousal relationship may affect your pension with BC's Municipal Pension Plan. Here's what you need to know.
If you are unable to work because of illness or injury, you may be eligible for long-term disability benefits.
Appealing a decision
Please contact us if you have a question about how we've applied the plan rules to your pension. If you are not satisfied with the result, you can appeal our decision.
Managing your account information
My Account provides secure online access to your pension information, along with useful tools to explore retirement options.
Applying for your pension
Ready to retire? Here’s what you need to do to make your application with BC's Municipal Pension Plan quick and simple.
Health and dental coverage after retirement
BC's Municipal Pension Plan provides retired members access to group extended health and dental plans.
Death and death benefits
This section summarizes what needs to be done when someone dies and explains how your eligible beneficiary(ies) can claim a death benefit.