Effective April 1, 2019, OHIP+ will no longer provide drug coverage for individuals under the age of 25 who have access to private insurance. Therefore, prescription drug claims for children and youth 24 years of age and younger with private plan coverage will have to be submitted directly to their private plan. Click here for details! To access the link to the Pension Meeting Survey (closing June 30th) please
How do I claim for Living Allowance? Eligibility for Living Allowance is determined by your Union when dispatched to a job site away from your home base. The Union will provide the Employer and Administrative Agent (BPA) with “Eligibility for Benefits”. Your Employer is also required to submit an “Application for Payment” that will confirm the days worked.
How are my Living Allowance Benefits payable? Living Allowance Benefits are made payable to you via Direct Deposit, or by cheque mailed to your home address.
How do I set up for Direct Deposit? You will need to complete the Direct Deposit Authorization Form and submit a void cheque. Please contact the Administrative Agent to obtain a form