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Retiree Benefits

  For all retirees
(opens PDF in new window) Prescription Drug Plan Maintenance Drug Request
Use this form to request that Sun Life add a specific drug to your pharmacy access, so you may receive reimbursement for up to a 100-day supply of a particular maintenance drug instead of the usual 34-day supply.

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(opens PDF in new window) Sun Life Mobile App now available!
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My Health & Wellbeing

Notice to Residents of Manitoba
The Manitoba retail sales tax of 7% will be added to premiums paid for insurance plans (Basic and Optional Life Insurance and Accidental Death & Dismemberment). This change will take effect for premiums paid on or after August 1, 2012 and will be deducted from your Monthly Pension Payment (DB members) or deducted from your bank account (DC members).

Retirees participating in the Pre-March 1, 1994 and Post-March 1, 1994 RBC Retiree Benefits Program, as well as to retirees participating in the Retiree FlexBenefits program with Basic & Enhanced options only
(opens Excel in new window)  Emergency Travel Medical & Assistance Program - Wallet Card

For those who retired on or after January 1, 2010
Retiree FlexBenefits Program

Retiree FlexBenefits Program - Claim Forms
Retirees Post-March 1994 but prior to January 1, 2010

For Canadian employees of Royal Bank of Canada and Royal Trust who retired after March 1, 1994 and prior to January 1, 2010 and RBC Insurance who retired after January 1, 1999 and prior to January 1, 2010
Retiree Benefits Program

For Canadian employees of Royal Bank of Canada who retired prior to March 1, 1994
Retiree Benefits Program

Contact Us
  Questions about your Benefits or Pension?
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Learn more
  Important Information About Your Retiree Benefits Program (PDF Format)
My Pension and Benefits Portal

Related Links
 Pensioner Pay Dates
(PDF Format)
  Message from the Chair of the Pension Plan Management Committee
(PDF Format)
  Volunteer Grant Application

 For questions related to your Health Plans (Supplementary Medical, Prescription Drug and Dental Plan), contact Sun Life Financial directly at
1-800-305-5905 or access the Sun Life Financial Member Services web site at www.mysunlife.ca.

For any other information regarding retiree benefits, i.e., address changes or coverage updates including death of a retiree, spouse or child, please contact the Human Resources Service Centre (HRSC) 1-800-545-2555. Select option 1 or 2 for your preferred language and then select option 2 for a HR representative. Hearing impaired retirees may contact the HRSC via email at hrscpensions@rbc.com or TTY users may utilize a Message Relay Service, provided by your local telecom by dialling 711). Service in English and French is available 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. (ET).

  Reduction / Termination of your Coverage:
 If you have questions about options when coverage under your retiree benefits program ends or reduces, you may contact the Human Resources Service Centre at 1-800-545-2555, or discuss insurance needs with a licensed RBC Insurance advisor at 1-855-831-8192 or another insurance provider of your choice.
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