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Service Canada

Site: Belleville

Service: Income Security Programs - Canada Pension Plan

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Alternate Name CPP ; Credit Splitting ; Disability pension ; Lump Sum Death Benefit and Survivors Benefits ; Orphan Benefits ; Retirement Pension ; ServiceCanada ; VIQ
Location & Accessibility
Located In Community Belleville
Address & Map
Business Building
1 North Front St, 2nd Floor
Belleville, ON K8P 5G9
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Intersection North Front St and Moira St E
Mailing Address c/o Service Canada 
PO Box 1600 
Belleville, ON K8N 5J2
Bus Route Notes Belleville Transit Map
Physical Access Fully Accessible
Parking Free parking
Description and Services
Description (Service) Government of Canada income security program information / applications are available at this location and include: 
The Canada Pension Plan:  
Is a monthly benefit available to those who have contributed to the Canada Pension Plan, must have attained at least sixty years of age and made the necessary application.  
If you are 60-64, you must have wholly or substantially ceased work to qualify.  
It is advisable to apply 6 months prior to the date you wish the pension to begin.  
Pension Sharing:  
Is a method of pension division between married pensioners.  
Credit Splitting:  
Is a method of pension division between separated/divorced couples or common-law partners.  
For further details contact your local Income Security Program office. This covers cases of divorce, annulment, separation and credit splitting between married or partnered pensioners.  
Disability Pension:  
Is a monthly benefit provided for contributors who have become disabled before reaching 65 years of age.  
Eligibility is based on the factors of disability and contributions.  
Disabilities must be both severe and prolonged.  
Monthly benefits are also available to dependent children (under the age of 18 and children 18 - 25 yrs of age who are in full attendance at school) of the disabled contributor.  
Lump Sum Death Benefit:  
Canada Pension Plan Contributors qualify their survivors or estate for a Lump Sum Death Benefit.  
The lump sum is directly related to the deceased contributor's earnings and contributions  
Survivor's Pension:  
Provides a monthly pension for survivors of a Canada Pension Plan contributor  
Children's Benefit:  
A monthly flat rate benefit is payable on behalf of the deceased or disabled contributor's dependent children.  
International Social Security Agreements:  
Reciprocal Social Security Agreements allow portability of social security benefits between countries. Canada has numerous social security agreements with countries around the world. For a complete listing, contact your Income Security office. 
Note: Telephone the toll free number for further information. Telephoning often may save a visit to the office.
Hours Mon-Fri 8:30 am-4 pm
Areas Served Belleville ; Central Hastings ; Tyendinaga (Village of)
Eligibility Ages: 60 year(s) and up
Application Walk in
Languages English ; French
Fees Program
Service Categories Canada Pension Plan ; Canada Pension Plan Survivors Benefit
Contact Information
Office Phone Toll free 1-800-622-6232
Toll Free Phone English: 1-800-277-9914  
French: 1-800-277-9915
TTY Phone 1-800-255-4786
Fax Not available
Other Details
Funding Federal

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