Benefit Plan Summaries

ASPA

This plan is available to eligible 'In Scope' Permanent, Seasonal and Term administrative staff.

CUPE 1975

This plan is available to eligible 'In Scope' Permanent, Seasonal and Limited Term Support Staff.

Exempt Staff

This plan is available to eligible permanent and limited term Exempt staff.

Faculty (USFA)

This plan is available to eligible 'In Scope' Permanent and Limited Term Faculty.

Faculty (Out of Scope)

This plan is available to eligible 'Out of Scope' Permanent and Limited Term Faculty.

CUPE 3287 (Sessionals)

This plan is available to eligible 'In Scope' Sessional Lecturers.

Non-Union Employees

Non-unionized employees refers to employees who are not in-scope of a bargaining unit. This group does not include employees who are exempt from membership in a bargaining unit by virtue of their job duties (covered under the Exempt Handbook), or senior administrators (deans, associate deans, associate vice-presidents, etc.). 

Staff of participating affiliated employers will also follow these plans.

Research Professional Staff

This plan is available for eligible employees.

Research  Administrative, Technical and Support Staff

This plan is available for eligible employees.

PSAC — Postdoctoral Fellows (PDFs)

This plan is available for eligible employees.

Resident Doctors of Saskatchewan (formerly PAIRS)

This plan is available to eligible employees who are residents (excluding Type B residents) in the College of Medicine and are members of the Professional Association of Internes and Residents.

Senior Administration

This plan is available to those eligible in a Senior Administration position.

Part-time Benefits

This plan is available for eligible employees who do not qualify for full-time benefits. 

Coverage and Eligibility

Learn more about:

  • Eligibility and effective date of coverage for you and your dependents.
  • Termination of Coverage
  • Converting your benefits to an individual plan
  • Proof of Coverage for Health and Dental Benefits
  • Premiums

Claims

View claim procedures including coordination of benefits and submission deadlines.

Getting help

Ask for Help

If you have questions or are having trouble figuring out your benefits there are people to help you through the process! Please review the types of questions that either Sun Life Financial or Connection Point can assist you with.

Sun Life Customer Call Centre

Sun Life has a Customer Call Centre that provides information directly related to your benefits, claims submitted and status of your claim. Other questions or scenarios that Sun Life can assist with are:

 1-800-361-6212 during the work week from 8am to 8 pm EST.

Or connect online through your MySunLife account. Visit www.mysunlife.ca and enter your access ID and password. 

Connection Point 

Types of questions Connection Point can assist with:

Come See Us 
Arts Building, Room 258
Monday to Friday, 8:00 am to 4:30 pm

(306) 966-2000
1-844-697-4865 
 connectionpoint@usask.ca