Newsroom

Sign up for the latest news and updates

February 8, 2021

February is Black History Month!

Article by Adele Halliday (Anti-Racism and Equity Officer, United Church of Canada). Published on February 7th, 2021

While the lives, stories, histories, and experiences of Black peoples can be featured throughout the year, February provides a unique opportunity to offer a particular focus on the stories and histories of people of African descent in church and society. It can be a time to focus on anti-Black racism.

This year, there are several resources available for learning and engaging.

United Church Resources

From the United Church, there are a variety of resources that can be explored:

Morneau Sheppell

Morneau Shepell is also offering some resources:

​​​​​​​We hope that you will take some time to explore these, and other resources, to engage in Black History Month!

 

January 21, 2021

Government Pension & Benefits statistics 2021

Learn more about the Government of Canada Pension & Benefits statistics for 2021. 

Please note that this Government of Canada Pension & Benefits summary is for information purposes only but provides details of key minimum and maximum values from government sources in one central resource that supports payroll. 

October 6, 2020

Morneau Shepell mental health microsite is now live!

Morneau Shepell are proud to launch their new microsite! Depression and the pandemic: a deep dive.

Through articles, an infographic and a video, the microsite explores:

  • The relationship between COVID-19 and depression
  • How to deal with financial insecurity and debt stress
  • How physical activity can help with depression during the pandemic
  • Facing loneliness during the pandemic.

Available in both English and French.

Click here to access the English microsite.

Click here to access the French microsite.

October 5, 2020

Love the ease of online claim submission? Act now so you don’t miss out.

When we can combine faster service with an environmental upside, it’s a no-brainer. With that in mind, Green Shield Canada (GSC) will be moving to a fully digital experience for claim payments later this year.

As of December 2020, in order to submit claims electronically on GSC’s Online Services site, you must have registered for direct deposit for your claim payments. Cheque payments will no longer be issued for claims submitted online. With this “greener,” contactless approach, you’ll receive your money from GSC faster, with payments conveniently deposited directly into your bank account. And you can rest assured that your personal banking information is totally secure.

To sign up for direct deposit, log into your Online Services account and follow these four steps:

  1. Click “Direct Deposit” on the left-hand menu
  2. Enter your banking information
  3. Confirm whether you want to receive emails to let you know that a statement is available
  4. Click “Submit my banking information”

Or click here to watch the video on how to register for direct deposit with GSC

It’s really quick. And it’s very easy. So, don’t wait! Sign up today.

We’re here if you need us

Get answers to your pension or benefits questions and find out how to get in touch with us.

Learn More →
Copyright © 2021 - All Rights Reserved - The United Church of Canada
Privacy Policy
crossarrow-right