Despite the ongoing labour disruption, Canada Post, under a special agreement with the Canadian Union of Postal Workers (CUPW), will deliver socio-economic cheques on Monday, June 20 only on behalf of the following participating federal and provincial agencies and programs:
National (Receiver General of Canada):
- Canada Pension Plan
- Old Age Security
- Veterans Affairs Pension Plan
- Canada Child Tax Benefit
- Quebec Pension Plan
- Child Assistance
- Income Security
- Pension Cheques (from Alberta Seniors)
If you normally receive your mail at your residence or at a community mailbox and are eligible to receive a socio-economic cheque, it will be delivered on June 20.
If you receive your regular mail delivery via postal box or general delivery and are eligible to receive a socio-economic cheque from one or more of these participating agencies or programs, your post office will be open on June 20 to allow you to retrieve your cheque.
For more information, please contact the appropriate participating government agency or program.