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Main -> Superannuation Plan -> Survivor Benefits
Survivor Benefits
Survivor benefits are available to a spouse, dependent children and dependent parents.

"Spouse" means:
(i) a person who is married to a member; or
(ii) if a member is not married, a person with whom the member is cohabiting as spouses at the relevant time and who has been cohabiting continuously with the member as the member's spouse for at least 12 consecutive months immediately before the relevant time (death).

Note: Unless there is a legal divorce the separated spouse is entitled to the survivor benefit.
Dependents are: children who are under 18 years of age and dependent on the teacher for support at the time of the member's death or who are under 25 years of age and attending an approved educational institution on a full-time basis and who are not dependents for any other person other than the spouse of the teacher; children over 18 years of age who are dependent on the teacher by reason of mental or physical infirmity and are incapable of engaging in any reasonable occupation.
When there is no spouse or dependent children, a parent who is dependent on the teacher for support at the time of the teacher's death and who is a dependant of the teacher for the purpose of the Income Tax Act. (Canada) is entitled to a 60% allowance.
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ADMINISTRATION
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FUNDS
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CONTRIBUTION RATE
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TEACHING SERVICE
* Contributory Teaching Service
* Income Continuance Plan Service
* Purchase of Service
* Service on a Part-Time Contract
* Substitute Service
* Accumulation of Partial or Substitute Service
* Qualifying Service
* Procedures
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RECIPROCAL TRANSFER AGREEMENTS
* Procedure
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ELIGIBILITY
* Retirement with an Unreduced Allowance
* Retirement with a Reduced Allowance
* Procedures
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RETIREMENT BENEFITS
* Prior to Age 65
* Age 65
* Minimum Allowance
* Procedures
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INDEXING OF ALLOWANCES
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DEFERRED ALLOWANCES
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SURVIVOR BENEFITS
* Death Before Retirement
* Death After Retirement
* Adjustment at Age 65
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TERMINATION
(For Reasons Other Than Retirement)
* Conditions for a Refund
* Amount of Refund
* Reinstatement of Refund
* Commuted Value
* Spouse of Deceased Teacher
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SUPERANNUATES WHO RETURN TO TEACHING
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PENSION DIVISION ON MARRIAGE BREAKDOWN
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VOLUNTARY CONTRIBUTIONS
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SUMMARY
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PENSION AUTHORITIES' CONTACT
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