Your defined benefit pension is something to be proud of. It’s a hard-won benefit and tangible example of how union membership gives workers an advantage when safeguarding their security and standard of living as we age.
Current information regarding your pension can be found at the links below.
Members who worked for health employers covered by the Nurses’ Bargaining Association collective agreement should belong to the Municipal Pension Plan or the Public Service Pension Plan.
For information on how those pension funds are invested, consult the BC Investment Management Corporation.
Access the Retirement Checklist for tips and suggestions for retirement planning.
During Nurses' Bargaining Association (NBA) 2019-2022 contract negotiations, BCNU negotiated a mechanism to study important options for the future of members' pensions.This process begins with the negotiated nurses' pension governance review that will give all nurses in the Nurses' Bargaining Association, both working and retired, an opportunity to provide meaningful input on the future of their pension.
Take this new online module to learn more about your pension including why it's important, how it works, and what you need to know before you retire.
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