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Welcome to the home for Municipal Pension Plan (MPP) employers. Everything you need, from Web Services to Employer Education, is just a click away.

There are more than 900 employers in the MPP, representing sectors including cities, districts, towns, villages and regional districts; the health sector; school districts; and colleges.

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Web Services


Web Services E-Handbook – a resource for your questions on Web Services, including E-Remittance, how to access the system, who can access the system and deleting and re-creating users.


Complete and submit these forms, where appropriate, for setting up Web Services and E-Remit access:

Primary User Designation

Web Services Agreement

Pre-authorized Debit (PAD) Agreement

Employer Enrolment
Are you an employer thinking about enroling in the Municipal Pension Plan? Here is a comprehensive guide to help you make your decision.
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Board Governance Policy
Find out more about how the Plan is governed for success and sustainability.
Launch of new plan website
Looking for Plan Governance and StraightTalk? We have launched the new website for BC's Municipal Pension Plan. Not only is there a new look and feel, but we've also updated and re-organized the information. Some of the information you used to find on this page is no longer here.
Here's what's changed:
Take time to explore the new plan website.
Instruction Manual
We provide the Employer Instruction Manual to help employers administer the pension plan for their employees who are plan members
Contribution rates
What's the breakdown of blended contributions? We're clarifying the mystery with this contribution rate graphic for regular members and safety groups.

The effective date for annual rate adjustments has changed

Individual employer contribution rates will now be adjusted each January instead of July. This means the next annual rate adjustment will be January 1, 2017. You will receive a rate adjustment letter in fall 2016 with your next adjusted contribution rate.

Employer contribution rate simplification begins January 1, 2017

The Employer Bulletin and employer FAQs have more information.

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