Retired members: Life events and your Royal Canadian Mounted Police pension and benefits

Changes in your life could make a difference to your Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP) pension and group insurance benefits. Learn how to navigate these life events while maintaining your RCMP plan entitlements.

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Newly retired

Learn about the pension benefits available to you upon your retirement.

Reaching age 65

Find information about your lifetime pension and the bridge benefit and how these are coordinated with the retirement pension available through the Canada Pension Plan and Quebec Pension Plan.

Re-employment after retirement

Learn what impact re-employment may have on your pension.

Getting married or reaching common-law status in retirement

Find out what you have to do if you get married or start a common-law relationship. Your partner may be eligible for a survivor benefit in the event of your death.

Divorce or separation in retirement

Learn about how a divorce or separation may affect your pension benefits.

Becoming disabled after retirement

Access information that will help you understand your options in the event that you become disabled or suffer from a long-term illness.

Living outside of Canada

Find information about your pension payments if you live outside of Canada.

Death in retirement

Learn about the survivor benefits your survivor and children may be eligible for in the event of your death.

Frequently asked questions

Get answers to the 10 most common questions retired RCMP have about their pension and group insurance plans.

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