Health & Wellbeing | Retired, or soon?

Retiree Benefits overview

CBOQ members should contact Yvette Kayode for details about program eligibility.

Your health is important at any age. One key advantage of being a CBBenefits member is that you can continue have access to meaningful health benefits after you retire.

Our flexible Retiree Benefits plan options give you the opportunity to choose personalized benefits coverage that meets your specific needs and preferences. You pay for the premiums in the Retiree Benefits plan, but it enables you to take advantage of our lower group rates.

Here’s how it works.

Core coverage

All plan members will have the following core coverage:

Basic Life Insurance$5,000Reduces to $2,500 at age 70
Dependent Life (Spouse)$5,000Terminates when you turn 70
Dependent Life ( Child)$2,000Terminates when you turn 70

Choose an option

You can then choose between two options – Birch Leaf and Maple Leaf – to supplement your core benefits and get coverage for:

  • Additional Life insurance
  • Prescription drugs
  • Paramedical services
  • Emergency travel insurance
  • Vision care
  • Medical services and supplies
  • Dental care
  • Survivor benefits
  • Healthcare spending account (Maple Leaf plan only)

Review the Retirement Plan Election Guide for coverage details so you can pick the plan that best meets the needs of you and your family.

Who can be covered? You can choose that too.

  1. Member only = You
  2. Member + 1 = You + your spouse or a dependent child
  3. Member + 2 or more = You + your spouse and/or dependent children

How to enroll

Please contact your regional office for information on how to enroll.