Pension plan for Part-Time and Seasonal Employees of the Province of New Brunswick

This is the place to learn more about your pension plan, and to enrol in it.

We've provided information to help you:

  • Review the general provisions of your plan by referring to the Questions & Answers booklet.
  • Print and complete the two-page Application Form (corresponding to your province of residence), including the Investment Selection section - if you need help with this part, do the Investor profile questionnaire and consult the Fund Summary Sheets and Rates of Return that will provide details on the funds available, including performance and fees.
  • You can also check out our Retirement Guide and Retirement Calculator now, or later to stay on track with your retirement planning
  • Sign and return your completed application form to your Payroll Office.

Listed below are all the funds you can invest in through your plan. We've included the latest monthly rates of return and related fees for all funds. Then you have the latest quarterly fund summary sheets where you will find each fund's objective, holdings and latest performance.

Fund Summary Sheets

Balanced Funds

Fixed Income Funds

Canadian Equity Funds

Foreign Equity Funds

On July 1, 2015 Manulife assumed all of the plans and policies of The Standard Life Assurance Company of Canada.


Contact us at 1-800-242-1704, ext. 5507 or by e-mail.

Important Plan Information

Part-Time and Seasonal Employees

Reciprocal transfer

Note: If you have service in any of the following pension plans, you may be eligible for a reciprocal transfer (to transfer the service and funds):

  • Shared Risk Plan for Certain Bargaining Employees of New Brunswick Hospitals
  • Pension Plan for Full-Time CUPE 2745 Employees
  • Pension Plan for General Labour Trades and Services Employees of the Province of NB
  • New Brunswick Public Service Pension Plan
  • Shared Risk Plan for CUPE Employees of New Brunswick Hospitals

Please consult with your Human Resources office for more information.