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04/24/2019

CAF Pension Lunch and Learn – Online Portal

19-04-18 12:00 - 13:00
NDHQ (Carling) - Building 8 | QGDN (Carling) - édifice 8
Address: 60, prom Moodie Dr. Ottawa

Learn about the pension online portal at the next CAF Pension Lunch and Learn.

When: Thursday, 18 April, 2019 from 1200-1300hrs

Where: NDHQ(Carling) Building 8 North, 2nd floor room V.07.02

  • How to use pension portal
  • Compensation Benefit
  • How to calculate your own pension estimate

Space is limited, so contact Sierra Sullivan to register.

This post is also available in: Français (French)

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