Frequently asked questions about the Québec Pension Plan
You can find answers to your questions rapidly in the FAQ. For further information, consult the section Québec Pension Plan.
Our actuaries are grouped into two separate directorates.
The actuaries in the Direction de l'évaluation, de la statistique et de la révision are part of the Service de l'évaluation. Their main role is to evaluate and develop programs related to retirement income security and family policy.
The actuaries in the Direction des régimes de retraite act as pension plan specialists. Their main role is to promote and monitor the plans.
Every three years.
The Canada Pension Plan, which is social insurance plan based on contributions that are proportional to employment earnings. It ensures contributors stable and reliable pensions at retirement. It also provides contributors and their dependents basic financial protection in case of disability or death.
The Gouvernement du Québec
has entered into social security agreements with 32 countries. The Régie des rentes du Québec
's Bureau des ententes de sécurité sociale
(BESS) is responsible for applying the agreements, which allow employees to:
Ms. Agnès Maltais
is the minister responsible for the Régie
before the National Assembly concerning the application the Act respecting the Québec Pension Plan
and the Supplemental Pension Plans Act